35-year-old techie burnt alive over brother’s extramarital affair in Andhra Pradesh’s Tirupati | Amaravati News

Tirupati: A 35-year-old techie was set ablaze inside his car by his rivals in Tirupati. Tirupati of Andhra Pradesh saturday late night district
The motive behind this heinous crime was allegedly due to her younger brother’s alleged extramarital affair.
Chandragiri Police is learned to have arrested the two prime accused allegedly responsible for the brutal murder in this case.
According to Chandragiri CI Obulesu, locals informed the police that a car caught fire around midnight on Saturday on the Nayudupet-Puthalpattu highway near Gangudupalle village in Chandragiri mandal.
By the time the police reached the spot, one of the inmates in the car had been burnt to death and the body could not be identified.
Chandragiri police called a team of detectives to the spot where they were able to identify the deceased by examining the gold chain and tracing the license plate number of the car.
Police told reporters that the deceased has been identified as Somapalle Nagaraju (35), a resident of Brahmanapalli village in Vedurukuppam mandal of Chittoor district, and was working in a software company in Bengaluru.
Police have registered a murder case on the complaint of the deceased’s father Sompalle Jayaramayya.
According to the police, the victim’s family has raised doubts about the involvement of Rupanjay, Chanakya and Gopi.
Sulochana, the victim’s wife, told the media that her brother-in-law Purushottam’s illicit relationship with Rupanjay’s wife created a lot of disturbance in both the families.
She further claimed that Rupanjaya committed the murder of her husband, Nagaraju, because he was attempting to mediate and defend his younger brother, peacefully resolving the conflict between the two families.
Sulochana alleged that during the last two months, there were several rounds of discussions between the two groups and when Purushottam was shifted to Bengaluru for safekeeping, Rupanjay told her husband Nagaraju through a gopi on Saturday after talks. He was invited and brutally murdered by burning him alive. inside the car.
“Till late Saturday night, I was in touch with my husband. In his last call, he told me that he had reached the place he was told to come and that Roopanjay and others were on the way. But after When I tried to contact him, his mobile was switched off. On Sunday around 12.30 I got a call that our car was torched by some unknown miscreants”, said the victim’s wife and urged the police to punish the culprits severely. demanded.
The official statement from the police is awaited regarding who were involved in this heinous murder unheard of in the history of this district.

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