Bengaluru shocker: IBM staffer stabbed to death in front of his house

Bengaluru, April 1: A 30-year-old IBM call centre employee was brutally stabbed to death at least nine times, in front of his in southwest Bengaluru.

According to media reports, the shocking incident took place in Pantharapalya around 4 am on Thursday, when Abhishek Thimmarayappa was stabbed to death by four unidentified men.

Abhishek Thimmarayappa [Pic Courtesy: Facebook]

Abhishek had just returned from his office after completing his shift, when assailants were keeping a watch on him and killed him near his house.

Profusely bleeding Abhishek immediately called up his uncle, who was inside the house and then he was rushed to a private hospital in Kengeri. He was declared dead by doctors in evening.

Abhishek owned New National School near Nayandanahalli and his father was the chairman of Nayandanahalli Co-operative Society, who passed away few years back.

A report published in TOI said that Abhishek got married four years ago and he has a two-year-old daughter.


According to police, Abhishek was getting threat calls from last few days and his wife told police that she heard him saying "Do what you have to do", to someone on phone.

After post-mortem, his body was handed over to his bereaved family. 

Meanwhile, Byatarayanapura police is investigating the case and is questining his family members and friends. Three people have been reportedly detained on the basis of call records.

OneIndia News

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