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Man beaten to death following heated altercation during IPL match, two arrested
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Man beaten to death following heated altercation during IPL match, two arrested

| @indiablooms | 31 Mar 2024, 08:16 pm

The Rural Police on Sunday arrested two people for allegedly beating to death a 65-year-old man following a heated altercation over ongoing IPL cricket match at Hanmantwadi village in Karveer tehsil of the district.

On Wednesday last, the deceased, Bandopant Bapu Tibile of Hanmantwadi, was watching a match between Mumbai and Hyderabad and after the fall of the wicket of Rohit Sharma of Mumbai, he remarked that now Mumbai will not win the match, police said.

Furious over his statement, two others, who were also watching the match, started beating Tibile with a wooden stick, sustaining a serious head injury.

He was admitted to Chhatrapati Pramila Raje Hospital, where he succumbed to his injury today while undergoing treatment.

Following his death, the Karveer Police arrested two suspects Sagar Jhanjge and Balwant Jhanjge and produced them before the local court, which remanded them to police custody for further investigation, sources added.

(With UNI inputs)

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