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       Cold-blooded mass murder at Angamaly: Three in a family hacked to death
         Posted on :18:42:50 Feb 12, 2018
       Last edited on:00:04:55 Feb 13, 2018
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ERNAKULAM: Three persons in a family were hacked to death at Mukkannur in Angamaly on Monday. Erappu native Sivan, wife Valsala and daughter Smitha were murdered in the evening.

Sivan’s brother Babu is suspected to be behind the murder. He was nabbed when he tried to escape on his bike after reportedly committing the crime.

There was rivalry between Sivan’s family and Babu over their ancestral property. Sivan’s house is located close to Babu’s. Locals have seen both of them fighting each other over the property.

But today evening, Babu rushed into the house of Sivan and attacked Babu. Sivan hacked to death his wife Valsala and their thirty-year-old daughter Smitha. All the three died on the spot.     

One of the children of Smitha also got hacked. The child has been admitted to hospital. The locals had informed that Babu would surrender before the police but before that he was arrested on Monday itself during vehicle inspection at Koratti.

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