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Uncle kills 7-year-old over property dispute

The body of a seven-year-old boy, who went missing in early hours of Friday in Hyderabad, was found at a graveyard in the evening at Dabeerpura under Rein Bazar police limits in city.

Published: 23rd September 2017 02:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd September 2017 07:21 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: The body of a seven-year-old boy, who went missing in early hours of Friday in Hyderabad, was found at a graveyard in the evening at Dabeerpura under Rein Bazar police limits in city. Police said Javed Ali, the boy’s uncle who had been detained for questioning, had confessed to murdering the child over property disputes. Police said Mir Abbas Hassan Rizvi had been bludgeoned to death by 39-year-old Ali. The child’s parents had reportedly lodged a complaint with Rein Bazar police on Friday morning stating the Class 2 student had gone missing and police had registered a kidnapping case.

According to the complaint, the boy’s father Mir Shabbir Hassan Razvi, a resident of Moula-Ali, had gone to the residence of his father Mir Qamar Hassan Razvi, Alam Bardar of Alam-ka-Bibi, in Dabeerpura, for Muharram.  At 3am, the boy was with Shabbir and Qamar who were making arrangements at the Alam-Ka-Bibi. The accused Javed allegedly lured the boy away with fruit juice. Minutes later, the boy’s parents noticed him missing.

The parents reportedly told police of their suspicions against Ali. Police said they analysed CCTV footage and detained Ali who confessed to the crime. Based on information from him they recovered the body. Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Zone, V Satyanarayana said there were property disputes between Ali and the boy’s parents. Ali’s son had been found dead in a water sump and he had suspected involvement of the boy’s family in the death. 



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