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4 Held for Murder of Businessman

Published: 22nd September 2015 05:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd September 2015 05:30 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Hours after a person was stabbed to death, police arrested four persons and said that business issues led to the murder, here on Monday.

According to police, the accused killed Shaik Khader Pasha last night at Shalimar Talkies Road, Ram Koti, Narayanaguda.

Pasha used to run second hand automobile business “Speed Motors” in King Koti and the key accused, Sarfarazuddin Khan was into the same business and they were good friends.

A few years ago, Sarfarazuddin slapped Pasta over a petty issue and since then disputes started between them. Recently, Pasta abused Sarfarazuddin in front of his family members and the latter felt humiliated.

He planned to take revenge and called Pasta over phone last night and they had heat an argument. Later Sarfarazuddin and his associates stabbed Pasta and escaped from the place.

Based on phone call data, police identified and arrested the accused and it is said that they have confessed to the offence during the course of questioning.

Police have seized a lethal weapon from the accused and said that arrested have been identified as Md Sarfarazuddin Khan, 28, Syed Shahab Hashmi, 26, Md Samiuddin Khan, 23, and Md. Shadab, 23.

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