Hyderabad: Troubled by the alleged harassment of his brother, a 22-year-old man attacked his brother at Kavadiguda on Saturday.
Police said Shekhar slit Shravan's throat with a knife to kill him, but Shravan escaped with injuries.
Shravan Yadav, 24, a trolley driver from Kavadiguda is an accused in many cases and has a rowdy sheet against him at Gandhinagar police station.
Shekhar and his brother are staying with their mother and grandmother
Shravan is an alcohol addict and is known for creating nuisance in the locality.
His brother Shekhar Yadav also owns a trolley. Shravan used to flee with Shekhar’s vehicle and damage it by breaking its windshield and other parts.
Fifteen days ago, while driving after drinking alcohol, he hit a person and injured him seriously, and a case was registered in Musheerabad police station.
Police said that due to his rude behaviour he was not allowed into home since a week. This made him angry and he decided to attack Shekhar.
On Friday afternoon, while Shekhar was waiting by the roadside he quarrelled with him and both fought. Passersby who saw them pacified the two. Shekhar returned home. Soon Sravan also came home heavily drunk and picked up a quarrel.
“When Shravan tried to attack Shekhar he took a knife and slit his throat,” Gandhinagar SI Raghuramudu said.
Shravan collapsed in a pool of blood and Shekhar fled. Neighbours rushed Shravan to hospital where he is out of danger now.
Police found that Shravan got married two years ago but his wife had left unable to bear his harassment. Police registered a case of causing injury....