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Four persons arrested for murder

Thu 26 Nov 2015, 10:22:33

Hyderabad: Four persons were arrested by the Chandrayangutta police for their alleged involvement in the murder of a travel agent reported at Bandlaguda last month. The police recovered three knives, two mobile phones and an Innova car from them.

The victim, Syed Qutbuddin (59), a travel agent from Malakpet, was at loggerheads with Mohd. Khaisar Hussain alias Chor Khaisar (40) of Yousufguda, a history-sheeter from Banjara Hills.

According to the police, Khaisar had married a woman, Farheen Begum, in 2009 without disclosing the fact that he was already married. “Differences arose between Farheen’s family members and Khaisar when they came to know about it, and this resulted in the murder of the woman’s brother Mohd. Azar,” ACP Falaknuma M.A. Bari said. Khaisar was arrested by the police and the case is under trial.

Later, Farheen married Qutbuddin and was living with him. “Qutubuddin was helping Farheen and was regularly attending the trial. Sensing that he would be convicted in the case, Khaisar asked the victim to stay away from the case,” the official added.

As Qutubuddin refused to obey him, Khaisar with the help of one Syed Dastagir Shah alias Shahbaz (34), a history-sheeter from Chandrayangutta, planned the murder of the travel agent. “Khaisar promised to give a 200 square-yard plot to Shahbaz if he helped him in executing the murder,” the ACP said.

On October 18, when Qutubuddin, along with his relatives, went to see a plot at Aurora College road in Bandlaguda, Shahbaz and his two associates Mohammed Imranuddin and Mohammed Wajid Ali, who were following him, tipped Khaiser off who then with Raju, Affu and Rahman reached the place. All the seven persons attacked Qutubuddin with sharp-edged weapons and a wooden log resulting in his death,” Mr. Bari said. While Khaiser surrendered before a court on November 17, Shahbaz, Imran, Wajid and Raju were arrested by the police on Tuesday. Efforts are being made to nab Affu and Rahman.


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