TD MLA’s brother murdered

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Hyderabad: Jadcherla TD legislator M. Chandrashekhar’s brother M. Jagan Mohan, was shot dead at Devarkadra in Mahbubnagar district on Wednesday evening.
Few unidentified assaulters came in a four wheeler and shot at the victim from a close range while he was standing near a roadside stall. Jagan Mohan died on spot due to the grievous injuries.
The murder follows a fight between Jagan Mohan and his MLA brother Chandrashekhar over the gram panchayat election in which both their wives filed nominations. Jagan was killed after 4 pm near the old bus stand at Devarkadra.
“The assaulters fired at Jagan Mohan and fled instantly. He sustained two bullet injuries on his chest and head. He died before he could be given any medical treatment,” Gadwal sub division DSP T. Govinda Reddy said.
Though the police is yet to confirm the identity of the assaulters and the motive behind murder, the line of investigation pointed towards legislator Chandrashekar also. According to the police, wives of both the MLA and the victim filed nomination in Peddachinta Kunta panchayat election. The MLA was pressurising Jagan Mohan to withdraw his wife’s nomination.
However, even as Wednesday was the last date for withdrawal, he did not oblige. “We are investigating the case from every angle including the fight between victim and his brother Chandrshekhar,” said Mahbubnagar SP D. Nagendra Kumar. The police is also investigating if any realtor from Hyderabad is behind the murder.
“Jagan Mohan himself was involved in many real estate ventures in Hyderabad. We are investigating if any of his business rivals are involved in the murder,” Gadwal DSP Govinda Reddy said. Mahabubnagar formed three teams to hunt down the assaulters, who are suspected to have come in a Scorpio vehicle.
“The eyewitness told us its Mahindra Scorpio car or a similar vehicle. We have launched manhunt to hunt them down. Three teams are on the job, while one team is sent to Hyderabad,” Govinda Reddy said. 

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