The man accused of killing rationalist Narendra Dabholkar in Pune six years ago, has told the Karnataka police how he shot the 67-year-old twice — once in the head from behind, and when he fell, once above the right eye. In a 14-page confession, a copy of which was accessed by NDTV, Sharad Kalaskar also admitted to being linked to two other murders — that of Govind Pansare and journalist Gauri Lankesh.
Sharad Kalaskar, who was arrested in 2018, has been charged with murder and conspiracy and has been in jail since his arrest in connection with the Nallasopara Arms haul case last year. Several others have been accused in the murder of the activist — the first of the three rationalists killed between 2013 and 2015.
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