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Angry Over 'Ill-fitted' Shirt, Man Strangles Tailor to Death in UP's Raebareli

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Last Updated: February 09, 2021, 16:40 IST

Rae Bareli

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Rae Bareli SP, Shlok Kumar, said that the post-mortem examination of Abdul Majid Khan could not reveal the exact cause of death.

In a shocking incident, a man strangled a tailor to death in Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh after the shirt he had stitched was found to be “ill-fitting”. The victim’s son, Abdul Naeem Khan, claimed that his father, Abdul Majid Khan, 65, was allegedly strangled by the accused, Saleem on Sunday night.

Saleem was reportedly enraged over the poor fitting of the shirt that Abdul Majid Khan had stitched for him. According to reports, Saleem was overcome with rage after the two entered into a heated argument over the issue.

Raebareli SP, Shlok Kumar, said that the post-mortem examination of Abdul Majid Khan could not reveal the exact cause of death. “The viscera has been preserved for further examination,” he added.

Kumar said that a probe was underway as to what exactly happened during the dispute between the deceased tailor and Saleem on that fateful day.

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first published:February 09, 2021, 16:35 IST
last updated:February 09, 2021, 16:40 IST