Women remanded over Bradford murders
Monday 16 May 2011
Two women appeared in court today accused of murdering two men whose bodies were found by the side of a country lane.
Shahbzada Muhammed Imran, 27, of Bradford, and Ahmedin Sayed Khyel, 35, of London, were found dead on New Lane, Tong, in Bradford, last Tuesday night.
Both had suffered serious head injuries.
Arab Sultana, 63, and Kainet Bibi, 27, both of Heath Terrace, Bradford, appeared at Bradford Magistrates Court accused of the men's murder.
The women - who are mother-in-law and daughter-in-law - are also charged with destroying or concealing forensic evidence.
Both were remanded in custody and will appear before Bradford Crown Court tomorrow.
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