On the night of the 5th of April, the mortal remains of Jawan Sakhamuri Murali Krishna reached Hyderabad.
Murali Krishna, who served in the CoBRA 210 wing, lost his life during a violent encounter between Naxalites and police force, in Bijapur of the Chhattisgarh area.
The mortal remains of Murali Krishna reached Hyderabad Airport by Indigo Flight 6E 624, around 11:40 P.M. The Cyberabad Commissioner of Police (CP) V.C. Sajjanar, and other Indian Public Service (IPS) officers paid their respects. CP V.C. Sajjanar condoled the bereaved family and requested them to be strong at this moment. The Telangana Police also assured them the support of the complete police force of Telangana. All the officials present observed two minutes of silence for the brave departed soul and conveyed condolences to the officer’s family.
V.C. Sajjanar said that arrangements were made by the authorities concerned for the family to travel to his native place. The body was then transported to his native place Gudipudi Village, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh. The final rites of Murali Krishna would be held in Guntur district.
Meanwhile, in Andhra Pradesh, Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the Chief Minister of the State announced an ex gratia of Rs. 30 lakhs for Murali Krishna.