Restaurant staff arrested for murder | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: KPHB Police have initiated a murder case against a restaurant manager and his co-workers and taken them into custody for beating a worker at the center who is suspected of being a thief and causing his death.
The victim, Amar Bahrik, 32, a centerer from Odisha, resided at Izzath Nagar in Serilingampally. On December 15, Amar went to work and did not return home. At 7:30 a.m. on December 16, Amar’s father called Amar’s wife, Satyabhama, and informed her of a phone call he had received about some people beating Amar. Satyabhama contacted the person who called his father-in-law and found that staff at a restaurant, Moghul’s Paradiez, had beaten Amar.
Satyabhama found Amar in the cellar in a semi-conscious state and took him home in a car. “Satyabhama noticed injuries to Amar’s eye, chest and legs. As Amar stopped responding to him, Satyabhama called neighbors for help. They examined him and told him he was dead,” KPHB Inspector B Kishan Kumar said.
Satyabhama filed a complaint with the police on Thursday and the police transferred the body to a hospital for an autopsy. “The defendants are restaurant manager Aravind, cashier Manjunath and three others. They were celebrating Aravind’s birthday and noticed Amar standing nearby. The accused was drunk and confronted Amar suspecting him of being a thief. When Amar answered, they beat him,” the cop said.


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