The proprietor of the worldwide eatery network Saravana Bhavan has lost a last-dump advance to maintain a strategic distance from a lifelong incarceration for homicide.
P Rajagopal, 71, requested the homicide of a representative since he needed to wed the man’s better half.
He has been engaging to dodge correctional facility since he was condemned in 2009. On Tuesday, he made a last supplication on therapeutic grounds yet it was rejected.
Saravana Bhavan has 80 outlets over the world and utilizes thousands.
Rajagopal has been nicknamed the “dosa ruler” after the South Indian dish which is served at his cafés. There are branches in real urban communities, for example, New York, London and Sydney.
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The eatery magnate was purportedly resolved to wed the spouse of one of his representatives, in view of the exhortation of a celestial prophet.
“He was fixated on her,” D Suresh Kumar, a nearby columnist, revealed to AFP news organization.
Rajagopal was involved in outrage in 2003 for endeavoring to influence the lady and threatening her family, which included striking her sibling.
In 2001, when the lady’s significant other disappeared, she recorded a police objection against Rajagopal. Her better half’s body was later found in a backwoods and police affirmed that he had been choked.
A neighborhood court previously indicted Rajagopal in 2004 and condemned him to 10 years in jail. However, this was expanded to life in jail by the High Court in Chennai in 2009.
In March, the homicide conviction was maintained by the Supreme Court.
At the point when his last intrigue on therapeutic grounds was dismissed on Tuesday, he handed himself over at the court in Chennai.