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Investigations revealed that the murder was a fall out of monetary dispute. The Inspector, Chandrashekhar Reddy, said Ahmed reportedly cheated Amjad of Reshambagh and Jameer of Gudimalkapur in some transactions.
The duo hatched a plan to kill Ahmed. As part of the ploy, Jameer invited Ahmed visit Golconda Fort on Monday last. When they reached Naya Killa, Amjad, attacked Ahmed.
While Jameer held Ahmed's hands, Amjad tried to strangulate him with a plastic wire. Later, Amjad smashed the victim's head with a boulder and fled. Both the accused were remanded to judicial custody.
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) sleuths on Saturday unearthed properties worth Rs. 30 lakhs belonging to a Revenue Inspector (Civil Supplies) of Palakoderu in West Godavari district, M. Potha Raju, during simultaneous raids conducted at Bhimavaram and Palakoderu.
The properties included three buildings in and around Bhimavaram, one house site in Tanuku, nine acres of agricultural land and gold and silver ornaments worth Rs. 1.5 lakhs. Investments in stock market, chit funds and documents relating to insurances policies, all worth Rs. 5 lakhs, were also found during the searches.
Dismissed from service
The State Government on Saturday dismissed an Assistant Engineer of Panchayat Raj department of Mallapur in Karimnagar district, G. Prakash, from service following his conviction in a corruption case.
Prakash was caught by the ACB on September 21, 1996, when he received Rs. 1,700 as bribe from a complainant. The Special Judge for ACB and SPE cases, Hyderabad, on August 28, 2002, sentenced him to undergo one-year rigorous imprisonment and pay Rs. 500 fine.
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