The accused have gone missing, according to the police, and a manhunt has been launched.
On Monday in Rajasthan’s Udaipur district, a 27-year-old man was allegedly killed in front of his pregnant wife and others by an old enemy.
Mohammad Ghizali had traveled to Sajjan Nagar to meet his wife, who is currently residing with her parents.
“Nearly a half-dozen armed people, including the main perpetrator Saddam Hussein, arrived and confronted him. “They attacked him with swords and sticks, critically injuring him,” Sunil Kumar Tailor, SHO of the Ambamata Police Station, said.
When his wife rushed to his aid, they also hit her.
Ghizali was taken to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead, according to police.
After a post-mortem, his body was handed over to family members.
Ghizali and Saddam both had a criminal history and had a grudge against each other over a woman, according to the preliminary investigation.
According to police, Ghizali was a driver who had challenged Saddam on social media a few days prior.
According to the SHO, the accused have fled and are being sought.