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Bengaluru man dumps ₹1.3 Cr BMW X6 into river. Reason will shock you

A man belonging from Bengaluru, depressed from his mom’s passing, ditched his BMW X6 SUV within the Cauvery river.

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HT Auto Desk

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Updated on:
28 May 2022, 03:59 PM

Man depressed from his mother's passing, ditched his BMW X6 SUV in the Cauvery.
Man depressed from his mom’s passing, ditched his BMW X6 SUV within the Cauvery.

A man from Bengaluru reportedly dumped his BMW X6 SUV costing 1.3 crore into the Cauvery river in Srirangapatna over his mom’s demise. The man was depressed and grieving when he ditched the SUV into the river. Soon after the incident, fishermen and passers-by seen the brilliant crimson luxurious SUV sinking in the course of the Cauvery river in Srirangapatna in Karnataka and alerted the authorities. 

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The police had been knowledgeable suspecting an accident had taken place and divers had been instantly summoned to test if there was somebody trapped inside. The automobile was later retrieved from the river after ensuring no lack of life befell. Information from the transport division revealed that the automobile belonged to a man residing in Bengaluru’s Mahalakshmi structure. 

The man was later summoned for interrogation, however the authorities did not get any correct response. However, the members of the family of the man knowledgeable that he has been affected by despair since his mom’s dying which led him to take the choice of letting go of his BMW SUV out of dejection.

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The man was later freed after the police recorded the assertion from his members of the family and no criticism was registered. The dumped BMW X6 SUV was towed again to the man’s household in Bengaluru.

The X6 SUV from BMW is likely one of the costliest choices by the German luxurious automobile model in India. The pricing of this mannequin begins from 1.05 crore (ex-showroom) and is previous in India as a very constructed unit (CBU). 

First Published Date: 28 May 2022, 03:54 PM IST

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