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Hyderabad: 12-year-old boy’s body recovered from flour mill


A 12-year-old boy was found dead in an open room at a flour mill in Hyderabad on 4 July, 2018. The body of the minor boy was found in an under-construction room at a flour mill within the Lunger House police station limit, reported the police. The boy’s family alleged sexual assault prior to the victim being murdered.

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Police said the victim, a madrassa student, was a resident of Indira Nagar. Asif Nagar division Assistant Commissioner of Police K. Ashok Chakravarthy said he used to leave for the madrassa around 5 a.m. However, on Tuesday, though he left at about the same time, he returned shortly, only to go out again at 8.30 a.m.

“His body was found in the Andhra Flour Mills compound. It is an open space with a room. The body was found in this room and the head crushed to the floor. The head injury is four-inch deep. Now, we do not suspect anyone from the madrassa as it is far away. But names of some suspects have come up,” Mr. Chakravarthy said. Police said there are no CCTV cameras on the flour mill premises. “A murder case has been booked and all angles are being probed,” Mr. Chakravarthy said.

Boy, 12, Found Dead In Hyderabad's Mill, Parents Allege Sexual Assault
Boy, 12, Found Dead In Hyderabad’s Mill, Parents Allege Sexual Assault

“The boy and his parents have been identified. The parents have alleged sexual assault and murder. We will be able to find about that after the post-mortem examination,” said Circle Inspector of Langer House police station.

The body of the 12-year-old has been shifted to Osmania General Hospital for post-mortem.

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