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Odisha man brings severed head to police

THE ASIAN AGE. | AKSHAYA KUMAR SAHOO
Published : Oct 3, 2017, 5:06 am IST
Updated : Oct 3, 2017, 5:06 am IST

The cold-blooded murder has sent chills down the spine of the residents at Olamba village under Badagada police limits.

According to reports, Olamba village head Pandab Naik and Angad Rout were at odds since long over rural work contracts. (Photo: File)
 According to reports, Olamba village head Pandab Naik and Angad Rout were at odds since long over rural work contracts. (Photo: File)

Berhampur: In a bizarre incident, a man on Sunday night brutally killed his fellow villager by beheading him with a chopper and later surrendered before the police with the severed organ, - the police said on Monday. The cold-blooded murder has sent chills down the spine of the residents at Olamba village under Badagada police limits. According to reports, Olamba village head Pandab Naik and Angad Rout were at odds since long over rural work contracts.

The duo even had an altercation at Palli Sabha in the village few days ago following which they had filed complaints against each other. Late on Sunday night, some individuals came to Pandab’s house and took him with them. When he didn’t return after long, the family members went out looking for him. Pandab’s beheaded body was found at a distance in a pool of blood. “Around five people led by Angad came to our house and took my husband with them. When he didn’t return , I along with my nephew and niece went searching for him. We found the beheaded body in a pool of blood,” the deceased’s wife said.

 

After committing the heinous crime, Angad went into the local police station with the severed head to surrender. Following this, the accused was arrested.

“The police has surrendered the accused Angad Naik and seized the weapon of offence. Further investigation is on,” said Trinath Patel, Additional Superintendent of police.

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