Man Caught Moving with Dagger

HYDERABAD: A 27year person was caught at Amberpet on Thursday while moving with a lethal weapon for protecting himself from his rivals. Task Force sleuths caught Mohammed Ayub Ali

Published: 06th January 2012 03:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:09 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A 27year person was caught at Amberpet on Thursday while moving with a lethal weapon for protecting himself from his rivals.

Task Force sleuths caught Mohammed Ayub Ali alias Ayub, a resident of Durga Nagar in Amberpet, who works as a salesman in a mobile store at Abids, while moving with a dagger at Ali Cafe crossroads and seized the weapon. According to additional deputy commissioner of police (Task Force) Suhas Chaturvedi, Ayub along with his other associates, Mohammed Jaffar, Saber Hussain and Syed Yakub, had hatched a plot to eliminate a former historysheeter, Kalyani Mahmood. The conspiracy was foiled by police. In May 2011, Kalyani Mahmood was eliminated by his rivals.

"Ayub suspects that his associates bore a grudge against him for not supporting them in killing Kalyani.

Fearing threat to his life, Ayub procured a dagger from Nanded in Maharashtra and carried it wherever he went.

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