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Police Register Murder Case against Nine for Nabeel's Death

Published: 13th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th May 2015 04:34 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Mirchowk police on Tuesday registered a murder case against nine youngsters, including two minors, in connection with the death of 17-year old Nabeel Mohammed during a friendly street fight.

Nabeel.jpgHe was killed on May 3 but the incident came to light only on May 10 after a video of the incident showed Nabeel being repeatedly punched on the face and chest by another youth.

Apart from Section 302 of Indian Penal Code for murder, police also added IPC sections 201, 109 r/w 341 for causing disappearance of evidence, or giving false information to screen offender, abettment and wrongful restraint.

The accused are Md Owais Patel (19), Umer Baig (22), Md Wasim alias Dollar (31), Md Sultan Mirza(22), Irfan Pathan (20), Md Obaid (19) and Md Sulaiman (19). Names of two minors were are not revealed. A formal arrest will be made on Wednesday.

 The case was registered following the autopsy report which stated that Nabeel died during the fight owing to head and abdomen injuries.  DCP V Satyanarayana said that the death occurred during the friendly bout and discarded all conspiracy theories associated with the death. He said, “there is no conspiracy, no revenge or no love angle to the death. They fought in order to find the group’s strongman.”

“Nine injuries, including abdominal, were found on Nabeel’s body,” he added.

The DCP stated that minors would be sent to juvenile courts.  Owais Patel is the person who fought with Nabeel. Umer Baig is the one who insisted on the fight and later created fake stories to suppress the truth. Md Waseem alias Dollar is the referee where as Md Sultan Mirza is seen instructing Owais in his ear. Md Obaid is the commentator and the one who filmed the video.

“This is nothing but willful negligence of parents and undisciplinary attitude of youngsters not knowing the consequences. They created a fake story of Nabeel dying during performing bike stunts. All injuries found on his body happened during the fight,” said the DCP.

Meanwhile, the parents of Nabeel have asked for capital punishment for all the accused.

 

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