The Mystery Behind The Dead Found In Nagarjunas Farmhouse Is Revealed
The mystery behind the dead found in Nagarjuna’s farmhouse is revealed
Amala Akkineni has recently visited this agricultural field in the first week of September. On Wednesday, the family sent a team of agricultural experts to examine the farm and prepare the land for organic farming.
A highly decomposed body of an unidentified person was found in the premises of farmland in Papireddyguda in Telangana’s Rangareddy district on Wednesday. According to the Cyberabad Police, it is unused agricultural land purchased by Telugu actor Nagarjuna. Police suspect that the death could have taken place around six months ago and they have initiated an investigation.
The large chunk of farmland which is estimated to be around 40 acres was purchased by Nagarjuna some time ago and according to sources, Amala Akkineni has recently visited this agricultural field in the first week of September. On Wednesday, the family sent a team of agricultural experts to examine the farm and prepare the land for organic farming.
Farm labourers who were carrying out the needed work sensed foul-smell being emitted from a room and when the team opened it, they found the skeletal remains of a man inside. The dead body was clad in trousers and a full-sleeve shirt. According to Cyberabad police commissioner VC Sajjanar.
The police have decided to perform the postmortem of the body at the site itself. Meanwhile, the mystery seems to have been revealed. The dead person was found to be of Pandu, who belonged to Papireddyguda village of Keshampeta Mandal. The identification was confirmed by the family members of Pandu based on the dress over the body. Their family members added that Pandu had been missing for 3 years.
They said that Pandu’s brother died due to kidney disease after which, they had to sell their farmland that leads to psychological effect on Pandu. Since then, he had been missing. It is being believed that under psychological pressure he has gone into a room in Nagarjuna's farmland where he drank and died. Also, the police have secured a pesticide bottle near the body. On another side, the family members who found the skeleton of Pandu nearly 3 years after his missing got shattered.