CCB Bengaluru Sleuths Arrest Chaitra Kundapur in Cheating Case
Udupi: The CCB sleuths from Bengaluru arrested a Hindu organization leader and well-known speaker, Chaithra Kundapur on September 12 in connection with a case of cheating.
Chaitra Kundapur was absconding for many days. The CCB Police from Bangalore conducted a search operation in the parking area of Udupi Krishna Math and arrested Chaitra Kundapur along with another accused.
During the Assembly elections, Chaitra Kundapur and her team had cheated a man from Mumbai offering him the Byndoor MLA candidate ticket and taking Rs 7 Crores from him. The matter had gone viral on social media, but the victim had not filed any complaint against Chaitra Kundapur.
Recently, the Businessman registered a complaint in Bengaluru against Chiatra Kundapur and her team. Based on the complaint, the CCB police from Bengaluru arrested Chaitra Kundapur, Shrikanth Nayak, and two others in Udupi.
The accused woman had allegedly taken Rs 7 crore from Govinda Babu. However, when Babu failed to get a ticket, he asked Kundapura to return his money.
In his complaint, Babu claimed that the accused had refused to return his money and cheated him.
The CCB police arrested Kundapura in this connection and launched an investigation.
Kundapura is popular among right-wing activists and Hindutva followers. FIRs have been lodged against her in connection with delivering hate speeches.
Babu had identified himself as a social worker and leader of the Billava community, which is influential in the coastal Karnataka region. The police have also arrested Gagan Kadur, Srikanth Nayak and Prasad, all associates of Chaitra Kundapura in connection with the case.
Kundapura and Nayak are being interrogated at an undisclosed location.