After bloody fight, three kin hospitalised in Andhra Pradesh's Ongole

Three relatives were reported to have engaged in a fight over personal differences at Ongole on Monday.

Published: 03rd December 2019 09:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2019 09:57 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

ONGOLE: Three relatives were reported to have engaged in a fight over personal differences at Ongole on Monday. Two brothers beat up another relative, in retaliation to which, the brothers were stabbed by the relative with a cobbler knife. All three were shifted to hospitals and are undergoing treatment. 

According to the police, Vadde Ramesh Reddy (45), a lorry driver from Karavadi village near Ongole had a past grudge against his relatives Nallamalupu Hanuma Reddy (50) and Nallamalupu Krishna Reddy (45), who are workers in the brick industry. 

On Sunday, Ramesh Reddy engaged in a verbal spat with the brothers at Karavadi on a small issue. The next day, when he was entering Ongole, he was stopped by the brothers near Highway flyover bridge after which a fight ensued, injuring the three severely.

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