Amorous behaviour led to man's murder

HYDERABAD: Police on Friday solved the mystery behind the murder of a cine worker whose body had been found in a plastic bag at Jubilee Hills here a couple of days ago. The deceased, T N

Published: 07th January 2012 03:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:10 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Police on Friday solved the mystery behind the murder of a cine worker whose body had been found in a plastic bag at Jubilee Hills here a couple of days ago.

The deceased, T Nagabrahma Chary's body was stuffed in a plastic bag with legs and hands tied. The bag was found at Jubilee Hills on January 3. Chary used to supply sex workers to customers and was also doing smalltime finance business. During investigation police found that the accused, S Diwakar of Krishna Nagar, and his wife, L Lova, are also organisers of flesh trade. They have a regular customer, D Ravinder Reddy, who become a friend to the couple.

Chary came in contact with Diwakar and they soon become partners in flesh trade. He frequently visited Diwakar's house and developed a desire for Lova. Diwakar, his wife and Ravinder Reddy decided to eliminate Chary. On the night of January 2, when Chary visited their house, all the three men consumed liquor. "After consuming liquor, Chary once again expressed his desire for Lova. In a fit of rage, Diwakar attacked Chary and the trio strangled him with a nylon rope and killed him. They took away his seven gold rings and four mobile phones,'' police said. The accused used one of the mobile phones and through tracking technology, the accused were arrested from Routhulapudi village in East Godavari district.

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