Cyanide Mallika sentenced to death

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Cyanide MallikaBangalore : The 1st Additional Rural Court, Bangalore, on Friday awarded the death sentence to the country’s first and only woman serial killer, Mallika alias Cyanide Malllika alias K D Kempamma alias Yashodama, 45, for the murder of a housewife Nagaveni  in Doddaballapur on December 18, 2007.

The housewife  was found dead in the premises of a temple in Doddaballapur. She was a resident of Allalasandra, near Yelahanka New Town.

Malllika had managed to befriend Nagaveni, who was childless . The victim visited various temples to pray for a child.

Mallika told Nagaveni that she would perform a special puja to help her realize her desire.

She took her to a temple in Doddaballapur in the early hours of that day, and in the guise of giving her holy water, gave her water laced with cyanide. Nagaveni drank it and died instantly. Later, the accused removed the victim’s gold ornaments and escaped.

In 2010, a Tumkur court had awarded her the death sentence for the murder of Muniyamma, in Yediyur Siddalingeshwara temple in Kunigal taluk.

Cyanide Mallika poisoned six women to death across the city till her arrest in 2007. This is her second conviction in the last three years.

She had allegedly poisoned six women with cyanide, bought from a gold polishing shop, over a eight year period till she was arrested in 2007.

Mallika had deserted her family a decade ago.

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