The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the conviction and life sentence awarded to P Rajagopal, proprietor of well known south Indian eatery network Saravana Bhavan, for killing one of his workers 18 years back to accept the widow as his third spouse. A seat of Justices NV Ramana, Mohan M Shantanagoudar and Indira Banerjee observed the incidental and measurable proof, to infer that Rajagopal, with the assistance of four others, had carefully arranged and executed the grabbing and murder of Shathakumar in 2001 to empower him to satisfy his craving of wedding Shantakumar’s better half. The SC gave subtleties of Rajagopal’s fixation on accepting the wedded lady as his third spouse. Rajagopal is the owner of a chain of inns (Saravana Bhavan). Either upon the guidance of a celestial prophet or have turned out to be besotted with the lady, he had displayed a sharp want to accept her as his third spouse, however, she was at that point hitched to Santhakumar (the perished).