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Triple Murder Case: Prime Accused Remanded in Jail

Published: 22nd April 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd April 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: The police brought one Sanjay Paschya alias Sanju, prime accused in the sensational triple murder at Pedaoutpalli last year, to the city from Meerut Jail on Priosoner Transit Warrant Tuesday and produced him in a court at Gannavaram. Sanju was later remanded in jail for six days.

According to sources, Sanju had scripted the plot and he himself shot at the occupants of the car holding two guns in his hands.

Sanju is a resident of Meerut and was in the real estate business. He got into trouble with police in a quarrel with a person who lives near his house and was sent to jail in Lalkarti.

In 2005, after being released from jail, he took ‘supari’ from one Radha Lubaliya and slit the throat of one Solanki with the help of another person Ashok. In this case, Sanju was sentenced to three-and-a-half years of imprisonment.

After his release, Sanju was approached by Srinu and Siva from Eluru. The duo told Sanju how their brother Bhutham Durga Rao was murdered and struck a deal with him to eliminate his (Durga Rao’s) killers. Accordingly, Sanju, along with his friends, killed them and and fled to Meerut.

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