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Sheep grazer ‘murdered’ in Riyadh

Staff Reporter

SANGAREDDY: T. Rajamallu (32), a native of Nanganur mandal and working as a sheep grazer at Riyadh was allegedly murdered on September 24. The information reached his family members here on September 29.

According to sources, Rajamallu went to Riyadh six months ago with an offer to graze sheep near that area.

However, unable to adjust to the prevailing working conditions he attempted suicide in the recent past.

His efforts to come back to India did not yield any result.

His family members alleged that the employer had killed Rajamallu when he expressed his desire to come back.

Accused held?

When the accused tried to dump the body, some Indians working in that area alerted the police who took the accused into custody.

Family’s plea

His mother Lakshmi and wife Ramadevi urged the State government to get the body from Riyadh to perform the last rites. Rajamallu is survived by three children.

T. Harish Rao, MLA, urged the State government to intervene and bring the body back to India and extend financial help to the family.

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