VG Siddhartha’s body found in Netravati River

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The body of V G Siddhartha, Cafe Coffee Day founder who went missing since two days has been found from the Netravathi river. The tycoon’s body was recovered after 36 hours of a frantic search for the businessman; the body was found on the banks of Netravati River.

VG Siddhartha, the founder of India’s largest coffee chain, and the son-in-law of former CM, Karnataka went missing on Monday night en route to the coastal Karnataka city of Mangaluru, with a letter showing he was under “tremendous pressure” regarding his financial dealings.

A massive search operation involving teams of the National Disaster Response Force, Coast Guard, Home Guard, fire services and coastal police had continued throughout Tuesday. Search teams had scoured the waters under a bridge across the Nethravathi river near Mangaluru.

His body was finally found around 6:50 am on Wednesday morning

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