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Boy killed for father’s affair

Published: 13th July 2012 11:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th July 2012 11:27 AM   |  A+A-

An innocent boy fell victim to his father’s illicit relation, in Simhadripuram mandal in Kadapa district.

According to Simhadripuram SI Arun Reddy, Narayana of Kamasamudram village in Lingala mandal, developed an illegal relationship with the wife of one Sankar, living in Bonala village in the same mandal.

Sankar, after coming to know of the affair, shifted the family to Akuthotapalle in Muddanur mandal to keep her away from Narayana, but in vain. Enraged at his wife and Narayana continuing their relationship even after shifting the family, a fully drunk Sanakr went to Kamasamduram two days ago and threatened to kill Narayana.

On Wednesday, Narayana’s son Narendra (13), studying ninth class in a school at Ankalamma Gudur did not return home. Narayana, his wife and relatives, found his body in a bush near the school on Friday.

Police said the boy was strangulated with a rope, before being hit on the head with a stone. They suspect that Sankar murdered the boy to avenge Narayana for continuing his illegal relation with his wife.

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