Shouldn't have resisted the attacker, B'lore ATM incident victim says

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Bangalore, Nov 29: Jyoti Uday, 44, the bank employee who was brutally attacked by an armed man inside an ATM kiosk in broad daylight here on November 19, told a news channel on Friday that she made a mistake by trying to resist the attacker when he demanded money from her. The man had hit Jyoti with a sharp weapon and left her in a pool of blood and fled with her money and mobile phone. She was latter spotted inside the kiosk by some schoolchildren.

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy met Jyothi at the hospital

The police began a massive hunt for the accused and detained one person in Andhra Pradesh and also recovered the stolen mobile phone. Recently, a youth, resembling the attacker was caught on the CCTV camera at an ATM in Kadiri town in Anantpur district in Andhra Pradesh, police said. Bangalore police commissioner Raghavendra Auradkar said his force would nab the culprit soon.

Meanwhile, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Thursday met Jyothi, who hails from Kerala, at the hospital in Kengeri and wished her fast recovery. Hospital sources said the victim was shifted out of the intensive care unit. Jyothi was suffering from a paralysis because of the injury on her head although doctors said she was responding to the treatment.

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