RAWALPINDI - The city police nabbed two men allegedly for murdering their father and later flaming his dead body apparently over a property dispute at Canal Town, area of Police Station (PS) Taxila. The murder of Noor Khan, 55, came to light on Wednesday when locals informed the area police that a charred dead body was lying in the fields. Taking action, a police party rushed to the scene and taken the dead body into custody. Later, it was moved to a nearby hospital for autopsy.Police station Taxila Sub-Inspector Khaliq Dad, who is also probing into the brutal murder case, told media men that he traced the house where the man was murdered following the blood spots as the killers brought the dead body in the fields by dragging all the way. He said that when the investigation was broadened, some area residents revealed to the police that Zahid Mehmood, 24, and Shahid Mehmood, 26, lived in the house. However, both the men left the area after seeing the police visiting the house frequently, he added. On suspicion, SI said, police took the two brothers into custody and got the keys of the house that was locked. “When a police party visited the house, it found more blood scattered in the house along with cotton used in burning the dead body of their father” Dad mentioned.Postmortem of the dead body revealed that he was subjected to severe torture and later killed as there were head injuries found by the doctors, the said SI adding that the deceased was serving as driver as Heavy Mechanical Complex at Taxila.A murder case was filed by police on the complaint of deceased’s younger brother Karam Dad, belonged to Fateh Jang. The complainant alleged two of his nephews of killing their father for some unknown reason, IO said. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Wah Circle Raja Taifoor, when contacted by this scribe, said that it seemed that the sons had murdered their father on property dispute as the deceased owned three different plots in the locality and a house as well. The DSP said that the eldest son of the deceased informed the police that his brothers were not mentally stable but could not provide any medical evidence to strengthen his claim. “Proper medical examination of the both brothers will be done to determine their mental health,” Raja Taifoor said.