13-year Old Girl Beats Drunk Father to Death in Hyderabad

Published: 07th March 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th March 2015 09:26 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Annoyed over her father’s drinking habit and regular quarrels at home, a 13-year-old girl allegedly killed her father at Manasa Hills in Rajendranagar police limits on Thursday night, police said on Friday.

According to police, the girl hit her father V Pedda Timmanna, a labourer, on his head with a stick that had a nail, after he picked up a quarrel with the family members after consuming alcohol.

“The girl got angry as her father started quarrelling with family members and was beating them up in an inebriated state.

The girl hit him with a stick on his head, which resulted in bleeding injuries and he was found dead in the early hours of Friday,” police said.

The locals learnt about the incident and alerted the police. Police visited the place and took the minor into custody.

Police said Timmanna and his wife Venkatamma along with their daughter came to the city from Timmapur village of Mahbubnagar district six days ago for eking livelihood. His brother-in-law Ramulu is living in Champapet. Ramulu helped the family members in getting job at an under construction building at Manasa Hills.

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