Hyderabad double murder: Five police teams on the lookout for fugitive suspect

The suspect had stabbed his sisters Razia Begum, 35, and Zakira Begum, 45, at his house in Salala under the Chandrayangutta police station limits. He had then went in his motorcycle to his younger sister Noora’s house in Nabeel Colony

By Author  |  Published: 1st Jul 2020  9:22 amUpdated: 1st Jul 2020  9:47 am

Hyderabad: Five teams have been formed by the City Police to nab Ahmed Bin Salam Bin Ismail, who allegedly murdered two of his sisters and injured another and her husband at Chandrayangutta on Monday evening.

The suspect had stabbed his sisters Razia Begum, 35, and Zakira Begum, 45, at his house in Salala under the Chandrayangutta police station limits. He had then went in his motorcycle to his younger sister Noora’s house in Nabeel Colony, where he attempted to kill her, injuring her and her husband in the process.

Initially enquiries by the police revealed that on the way to Nabeel Colony, Ismail had run out of fuel and took a ride from a person who was going on a scooter.

“We questioned the person who took him on his scooter and he told us that he had given a lift to Ismail as he sought help. After the murder attempt in Nabeel colony, he went to his in-laws and informed them about it,” said a police official.

Ismail was arrested a year ago on charges of murdering his wife Fatima Saadi and was out on bail. Police suspect that the man had killed the two women believing they had misled him about Fatima Saadi which ultimately resulted in him killing his wife.

“Our teams have detained a few persons for questioning in the case. So far, enquiries have revealed Ismail had planned and executed the crime on his own,” said Syed Rafeeq, Additional DCP (South).

Apart from the local police, the Hyderabad Commissioner’s Task Force teams are also making efforts to nab the suspect.

Three police teams have gone out of the city following information about his presence in neighbouring districts and adjoining States.


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