Bangalore ATM attack: Victim's right side paralysed, no arrests so far

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Bangalore, Nov 20: The 44-year-old woman who was attacked inside an ATM on JC nagar in Bangalore in early morning on Tuesday,, is said to be stable now.

According to TV reports, doctors treating Jyothi Uday, have said that she is stable after undergoing one surgery, but the injuries inflicted on her has left her right side paralysed.

Meanwhile, no arrests have been made so far in the gruesome attack case.

Important: If any person founds the attacker, who was seen in the CCTV footage, can immediately inform SJ Park Police station on this number: 080-22942583

No arrests have been made so far in the gruesome attack case.

"The incident occurred when the assailant hit the victim, Jyothi Uday, 44, a manager in the Corporation Bank's Mission Road branch, on the head with a machete inside her bank's ATM kiosk and left her bleeding before disappearing with her cash (Rs.2,500) and mobile," Deputy Commissioner of Police D.C.
Rajappa said.

"As seen in the footage, the assailant took out a country pistol and a machete from a shoulder bag and asked Jyothi to draw cash from the ATM. When she tried to escape, he pushed her to a corner and hit her on the head with a machete. After checking her bag, he left the kiosk by again pulling down its shutter from outside," Rajappa described after viewing the footage.

"As the assailant did not wear any mask and is clearly seen in the footage, we have circulated his photo to all police stations and check-posts to trap him before he gets out of the city. We are hopeful of cracking the case," he added.

The CCTV camera footage, obtained by the police from the bank, shows the unmasked assailant entering the kiosk when Jyothi was before the ATM to draw cash, and threatening her after pulling down the shutter from inside.

The ATM kiosk is located on the ground floor of the LIC building diagonally opposite the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike head office in the Corporation Circle and a furlong from the Ulsoor Gate police station.

OneIndia News

(With agency inputs)

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