The murder of Jain monk Acharya Shri Kamkumar Nandi Maharaj in Karnataka has been revealed. In this case, the police have arrested two people Narayan Basappa Madi and Hasan Dalayath. Both the accused used to work as gardeners in the ashram. According to the police, this murder was done due to money transactions.
According to the information, on July 8, the police recovered the dead body of Jain Muni tied in a saree from a borewell in Katakbhavi village. After the postmortem, the pieces of the dead body were handed over to the Jain community. After which Muni Shri was cremated on Sunday.
Acharya was missing since July 6
It is being told that Jain monk Kamkumar had gone missing on 6th July. He was not found in his room in Nandi Parvat Ashram, while his Pichhika and Kamandal were kept there. He was seen in the room till around 10 pm on 5th July. When the Jain saint was not found in the ashram, his disciples were worried. Bhimappa Ugare, president of Acharya Kamkumar Nandi Charitable Trust, lodged a missing complaint with the police when he was not found even after a search.
Silent demonstration of Jain society
In protest against the abduction and murder of Acharya Shri 108 Kamkumar Nandi Maharaj at Navagraha Tirtha located in Hirekodi village of Belgram district of Karnataka, the Jain community took out a silent procession from the Jain temple with placards in hand. In which the people of Jain society were demanding immediate arrest of the killers of Acharya Maharaj with placards in their hands.