Nalgonda: A case of murder has come to light from Nalgonda district of Telangana. In the incident, two brothers murdered their own cousin in a mutual argument. The two men then took the severed head of the deceased and rushed to Nampalli police station and surrendered. The incident took place at Nampalli in Nalgonda district of Telangana. The incident was carried out in the afternoon when the accused were on the road.
At about 6 p.m., bike mechanic Mohammad Ghose (22) and car driver Irfan (22) clashed with their cousin Sheikh Saddam for not taking care of Razia's children. Razia was a relative of the victim and the accused. Saddam, on the other hand, was a car driver by profession. When Saddam refused to take responsibility for the children, Ghose got angry and took a knife from a nearby coconut waterman and started attacking Saddam's neck.
Later, Irfan took a knife from the gossel and attacked the victim several times. Police said the head was detached from the torso due to frequent attacks. The two accused left the torso on the road and took their heads and reached the nearby police station. Additional Superintendent of Police, Nalgonda district, Padmanabh Reddy said, "Razia was a widow and has two children. He reportedly had a relationship with Saddam.
After that, he took her to Hyderabad and got her job in a house in Sarurnagar. Razia committed suicide in 2017 because of her alleged abuse. A case has been registered in Sarurnagar in this regard. After his death, Saddam promised to take care of the children. However, for the past two years, he was ignoring them. As a result, both the accused had an anger against Saddam. '