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Tahsildar murdered in Visakhapatnam

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VISAKHAPATNAM: A authorities official was murdered by an unidentified man in Kommadi, a suburb of Visakhapatnam, police stated on Saturday.

Ramanaiah, a tahsildar, was attacked by the assailant with iron rods on Friday night time within the cellar of an residence advanced.

In keeping with police, thetahsildar, who was residing in a rented flat, reached residence from the workplace at round 8 p.m. He obtained a telephone name round 10.15 p.m. and he went to the cellar to fulfill an individual.

CCTV footage reveals there was a heated argument between the 2, and the assailant attacked him with an iron rod and escaped. Ramanaiah sustained accidents on head.

Listening to the commotion, the safety employees of the constructing rushed to the cellar. They knowledgeable his members of the family, who shifted him to a hospital. The official succumbed early Saturday.

Police registered a case and took up investigation. Sources stated 4 suspects have been picked up for questioning.

Police commissioner A Ravi Shankar and different police officers visited the spot.

Ramanaiah was not too long ago transferred from Chinagadali (Visakhapatnam Rural) to Bantupalli in Vizianagaram district two days in the past as a part of transfers forward of elections.

He had joined the income division a decade in the past and is survived by spouse and two youngsters.

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