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Karnataka Congress Leader’s Daughter Neha Murdered by Fayaz on College Campus, Suspected Arrested 

Neha, 23, was the daughter of Niranjan Hiremath, a Congress Corporator who was brutally stabbed to death. She was murdered inside her college campus in Hubballi, Karnataka by her former classmate.

The accused has been identified as 23-year-old Fayaz Khondunai, who is currently in judicial custody for 14 days.

Neha was studying at BVB College (KLE Technological University) and was in her first year of MCA (Masters of Computer Applications).

This incident was captured by the CCTV cameras installed on the college campus. The footage shows how Neha was repeatedly stabbed by Fayaz with a knife.

The horrific incident took place at 4:30 pm when the victim completed her first semester exams and was returning.

The accused, Fayaz, belongs to Savadatti taluk in Belagavi district. According to reports by Opindia, Neha and Fayaz were friends during their bachelor days.

However, both Neha’s parents and the college management opposed their friendship. Thus, Neha distanced herself from Fayaz.

Police consider that this stabbing incident occurred due to their strained relationship.

For this reason, Neha was asked by her parents not to even attend college.

What Happened To Neha?

Fayaz confronted Neha when she came to appear for first-semester MCA exams. This escalated into a physical brawl in which Fayaz punched and then stabbed her multiple times. Then he left the scene.

However, some students tried their best and handed the culprit to Vidyanagar police.

Neha was immediately sent to the Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) Hospital by the students and college authorities. However, she was pronounced dead upon arrival.

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As per reports by OneIndia, Fayaz had been keeping track of Neha’s whereabouts ever since she rejected his proposal.

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