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Maharashtra: Sand mafia kills villager in Nanded

Maharashtra: Sand mafia kills villager in Nanded

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 18 Feb 2020, 11:49 am

Nanded/UNI:  A 35-year-old man was murdered allegedly by sand mafia in Hadgaon tehsil of the district on Monday following an argument over fencing of his agricultural field with an electric wire that caused hindrance in transportation of sand.

A quarrel erupted between the deceased Shivaji Dhondiba Kadam (35), resident of Unchada village in Hadgaon tehsil, and the two accused over the issue.

Then, the alleged accused -- Trimbak Prabhakar Chauhan and Ramdas Prabhakar Chauhan – stabbed Kadam with a sharp weapon and killed him, police said.

Thereafter, the duo removed the electric wire fence around the agriculture field. The Hadgaon police have filed a case against the accused, sources said, adding, but no arrest has been made so far in connection of crime.