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Bagalkot: 4 brothers murdered in Jamkhandi


Team Udayavani, Aug 29, 2021, 8:48 AM IST

Bagalkot: Four brothers were allegedly hacked to death at Madhurkhandi village in Jamkhandi taluk on Saturday, August 28 evening over a property dispute.

The deceased have been identified as Hanamant Udagatti (48), Mallappa Udagatti (44), Ishwar Udagatti (40), and Basavaraj Udagatti (36), of Madhurkhandi village.

The four were allegedly murdered by members of another family in their fields.

Property dispute between the two families is said to be the main reason for this incident.

Jamkhandi police have rushed to the spot and have started investigation into this case.

Police have also launched a manhunt to nab all the accused who were involved in this murder case.

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