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Man kills father with sword in Ferozepur village

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A 21-year-old man killed his father, 42, with a sword at a village in Ferozepur. Gurmukh Singh of Pyareana village, Ferozepur, had some family dispute with his son Gursewak Singh

A 21-year-old man killed his father, 42, with a sword at a village in Ferozepur on Wednesday. As per information, Gurmukh Singh of Pyareana village, Ferozepur, had some family dispute with his son Gursewak Singh. The duo reportedly indulged in a fight which later turned violent when Gursewak attacked his father with a sword. Gurmukh died on the spot. Charanjit Singh, senior superintendent of police, Ferozepur, said a case under Section 302 of the IPC was registered against the accused and a hunt was on to nab him.

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