Bangalore: Bengaluru's retail chain Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) founder and former CM S. a measure equal to 1/6 inch. Krishna's son-in-law VG Siddharth has been missing since Monday night. The police reported it on Tuesday. According to the police, former CM S.S. a measure equal to 1/6 inch. Krishna's son-in-law Siddharth Sakleshpur was on his way but suddenly he asked his driver to walk to Mangaluru.
Police said, he got out of the car near a bridge over the river Netavati in Kotpura area of South Kannada district and told the driver that he was going for a walk. "The case of Siddhartha's disappearance was registered by his driver at a local police station in Mangaluru," a police official said. The search for their or their corpse continues. A letter written by VG Siddharth has come out in the case.
In which Siddharth has written to the employees and the Board of Directors that all financial transactions are my responsibility. The law should hold me accountable and only me. In this letter dated 27th July, VG Siddharth said, "I am very sorry to disappoint all those who believed in me. I fought for a long time, but today I conceded defeat because I couldn't put any further pressure on me.
He further wrote that I never intended to deceive or mislead anybody, I have failed as an entrepreneur. That is my sincerity. I hope someday you will understand and forgive me. Deputy Commissioner of South Kannada district Senthil Sashikant Senthil said that Siddharth asked the driver to stay till his arrival.
When he did not return for two hours, the driver contacted the police and lodged a complaint about his disappearance. The Deputy Commissioner said that more than 200 policemen and divers are searching for 25 boats. He said search dogs are also being assisted.
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