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Pune: Criminal on record murdered in Bivewadi

A group of about ten persons armed with iron rods, wooden sticks allegedly attacked Madhav.

By: Express News Service | Pune |
May 15, 2021 12:23:11 pm
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A group of armed men attacked and murdered a criminal on police record in the early hours of Saturday in Pune’s Bivewadi.

Police have identified the deceased as Madhav Hanumant Waghate (28), a resident of the Sahkarnagar area. His friend Siddharth Palange has lodged the complaint of murder in this case at the Bivewadi police station.

Police said that Madhav had a quarrel with a person over the phone in the night. Then around 1.30 am, he and Siddhartha went to the Bivewadi Ota scheme area. Here, a group of about ten persons armed with iron rods, wooden sticks allegedly attacked him. Police said the attack was so severe that Madhav died in the incident.

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Meanwhile, on receiving information about the crime, a team of Bivewadi police station and other senior police officers reached the spot for investigation.
A probe is on to confirm the cause behind the murder and arrest the assailants.

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First published on: 15-05-2021 at 12:23:11 pm

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