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Man shot his mother and sister for ‘not cooking tasty sambhar’

The argument was just over a silly topic of the sambhar his mother had prepared, saying that it was not tasty enough.

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An incident took place on Wednesday, October 13, where a young man shot his mother and sister dead on Thursday allegedly for not cooking tasty food in Karnataka’s Uttara Kannada district.

Incidentally, this is not the first time such an incident has come to light where a drunk man has fatally harmed his own family.

The accused, Manjunath Haslar of age 24, was arrested on Thursday. The deceased have been identified as Manjunath’s mother Parvathi Narayana Haslar of agr 42 and sister Ramya Narayana Haslar aged 19.

Manjunath, who’s known to be an alcoholic, got into an argument with his mother.

The argument was just over a silly topic of the sambhar his mother had prepared, saying that it was not tasty enough.

He also opposed his mother’s plan to buy a phone for his sister Ramya by taking a loan.

Parvathi had reportedly told Manjunath that he was no one to tell her whether to buy the cellphone for his sister.

Parvathi had reportedly told Manjunath that he was not in a position to tell her whether or not to buy the phone for his sister. At this point, an enraged Manjunath shot her with a country-made gun that was lying at home, police said, adding that he later, also shot his sister. The incident came to light after the accused’s father returned home and lodged a complaint with the police against his son.

A similar incident was reported in April this year where six people including four children had died in a similar incident in Kodagu’s Ponnampet.

As per the incident, Yeravara Bhoja, aged around 50 years was identified as the accused. Bhoja, an estate labourer, had frequent fights with his wife Babi, following which she had left home and had been staying at her brother Yeravara Manju’s house in the same village.

Police said his wife did not want him to stay with them due to domestic violence induced by his alcoholism.

Unhappy with this, he locked the house where his wife was staying from outside in the wee hours of morning and set it on fire.

Although such incidents don’t happen to be very shocking any now and then.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, approximately 18 million people in the United States suffer from some kind of alcohol use disorder.

This includes anyone whose drinking causes any kind of harm or distress, though not all of these people are considered to be alcoholics.

Someone suffering from alcoholism can experience strong cravings for the substance, the inability to stop drinking once they start, a physical reliance on alcohol, and other symptoms.

While alcohol abuse can have serious health ramifications for the abuser, including damage to the liver and brain, as well as increased risk for injuries and suicide, not all of the effects of alcohol abuse are felt by the individual struggling with alcoholism.

Often, the effects of their disease are felt most strongly by those closest to the person, namely their children. A child is incredibly susceptible to parental influence and neglect. As a result, growing up with an alcoholic parent can have serious consequences in both the short-term and the long-term.

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