Hyderabad: Rachakonda Police arrested 22-year-old Abdul Jabbar, resident of Shaheenagar colony, for allegedly murdering Mohd Shah Faisal.
According to the police, Mohammed Jaffer resident of Osmannagar filed a missing person complaint after his son Faisal left home at 8 PM on February 12, and did not return.
Upon checking call detail record data on Saturday, the police found that Faisal’s phone had been activated using a different sim and traced the phone to Syed Shaheed in Chandrayangutta.
Upon inquiry, he told the police that he bought the phone from Wajahath Ali, a resident of Minar colony, Tolichowki. Wajahath Ali led the police to Abdul Jabbar who then sold the phone to him.
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According to the police, the accused Abdul was traced to his house and his confession was recorded. Abdul and Faisal were friends.
He confessed that Faisal called him on February 12, and met him at his house at Minar Colony. From there, the both of them went to an open place near his house.
Faisal asked Abdul to accompany him somewhere and when Abdul refused, a heated argument took place between the two.
Faisal allegedly abused Abdul and enraged by this, Abdul assaulted him. Upon getting hit, Faisal fell down. Abdul then confessed to taking a stone and hitting him on the head and throwing his body into a pile of stones.
Then he allegedly covered Faisal’s body with torn cement bags and took Faisal’s phone along with him. He then led the police to the place of the incident.