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Duo puts chilli powder in NRI’s eyes, slit his throat and bury him over illicit affairs

Body of a 35-year-old NRI, who went missing a few days ago, was exhumed from the under-construction residence of accused in Falaknuma police limits on Thursday.

Published: 10th February 2017 01:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th February 2017 04:55 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Body of a 35-year-old NRI, who went missing a few days ago, was exhumed from the under-construction residence of accused in Falaknuma police limits on Thursday. The deceased Syed Imran worked as a customer service officer, National Bank of Abudabi and had arrived in the city in connection with a court case recently.

The police arrested two accused for killing the victim on Thursday. The arrested persons are - Saif Bin Sabeth Barabood and Hasham Ali, residents of Chandrayangutta, relatives of the deceased. Illicit affairs maintained by the deceased with relatives of the accused is said to be the motive behind the murder.
According to police, on February 5, one Syeda Afsha, lodged a complaint with Falaknuma police stating that her son Syed Imran, went to Nampally court and did not return home. Based on complaint, police registered a missing case.

“During investigation it was revealed that Syed Imran met one Fathima and left with her on his Honda Activa and reached Fatima’s residence. The accused detained the victim and killed him by slitting his throat using a knife and sprinkled chilli powder in his eyes and buried him at an under-construction apartment,” police said.

“It is established that the missing person was having extra-marital affair with Fathima who is the wife of his elder brother- Syeed Bin Sabeth Barabood,” police said.



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