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Labourer killed by colleague over minor dispute

Rae Bareli (UP), June 16 (UNI) A labourer was hacked to death by his colleague allegedly over a petty dispute in Bachhrawan area of Rae Bareli district in IN Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, police sources said here.
Police sources said that Mangal (25), a resident of Bihar, and Durga (40), a resident of Jharkhand were working as labourers in the Ayurvedic Medical College being constructed in Bachhrawan. "On Sundar around 11 AN the duo had a minor dispute over some personal matter," they said.
Police sources said during this Durga attacked Mangal with a spade hitting him several times. "Mangal, who sustained serious injuries, was taken to the hospital where doctors declared him dead," they said.
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