Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) owner VG Siddhartha has been in news all over the world as the death news of Siddharta disturbed thousands of people. Where was the dead body of CCD owner VG Siddhartha?
He was not figured out by any one since the Monday evening. However, a group of fishermen who were busy in their routine works found something floating in Netravati River on Wednesday morning.
That news of VG spread in minutes from Hoige Bazaar in Mangaluru. The driver was only the person who dropped him on the bridge around 6:30 pm on Monday evening. Maybe, he is telling truth that VG Siddhartha ordered him to drop him. But the police officials are also looking on the other side. Did he order to reach at bridge or he was brought at bridge? Further investigation reports will reveal this secret.
Suicide of CCD owner VG Siddhartha
As you know Karnataka CM SM Krishna’s son in law is none other than (CCD) owner VG Siddhartha. One of the fishermen claimed that he saw someone jumped into the water so it seems VG jumped off and it was a suicide.
Latest Updates on death of VG Siddhartha
- Former Chief Minister of Karnataka SM Krishna will attend the last rites ceremony at Bengaluru residence.
Karnataka: Former Chief Minister of Karnataka SM Krishna leaves from his residence in Bengaluru for Belur Taluk where last rites ceremony of his son-in-law VG Siddhartha, founder of Café Coffee Day will take place. #VGSiddhartha‘s body was found in Mangaluru, early morning today. pic.twitter.com/n2gfYML0Yy
— ANI (@ANI) July 31, 2019
- Congress leaders DK Shivakumar and Ramalinga Reddy also reached SM Krishna’s house which is in Bengaluru.
- Former Karnataka minister MB Patil also visited Krishna home and he told we lost an important person who was giving great contribution in finance of the region. There should be enough changes for financial setup in India and VG Siddhartha death must be taken as an example.
Very sad to know about the unfortunate death of Shri. V G Siddhartha. His contribution to Karnataka & India through his entrepreneurship shall be an example & always be remembered.
My deepest condolences to Shri. S M Krishna and family members & well-wishers of Siddhartha.
— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) July 31, 2019