Two Nepali youths in their early twenties, were murdered by group of locals at Maralgaon, near Titwala after a tiff in the wee hours of Thursday. Cops said that after the murder, the culprits had cut the private parts of one of the deceased.
According to the Titwala police, the incident took place in the wee hours of Thursday, while the deceased Raju Sonar, a security guard by profession and his cousin Madan Sonar ventured out of their house for a stroll after dinner.
While the Sonars were out strolling, they picked up a fight with the group of five to six boys who lived in the same locality over a petty reason. Soon the tiff turned ugly and the youngsters from the rival group attacked the deceased with choppers and iron rods resulting in their deaths.
"On realising that the Nepalis were dead, the accused youngsters chopped the private parts of Raju to terrorise the people in the area," said inspector Andhale of Titwala police station.
The Titwala police have registered case of murder and have also picked up four to five suspects in the case. "We have detained few suspects and the investigations are on," Andhale confirmed.