The deceased was identified as M Susheela, a resident of Kalivemula.
According to police, the two friends who were allegedly under influence of ganja picked up a quarrel over some money related issue on the Chikkadpally main road.
After quarreling with mother-in-law and sister-in-law, Vijaya along with her two children Shivakrishna (3) and Srikruthi (2) left from the home on Tuesday evening.
City Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar said the channel had posted fake videos implying that the police used lathis on Tuesday to enforce the night curfew.
According to the police, the victim, Amrish Shah, worked as a watchman for a private company in Gagan Pahad.
The police caught K Ramakrishna Raju (40), a sub bookie and P Sridhar (42), a punter while they were accepting bets on the ongoing IPL matches.
Unidentified persons attacked them with axes and knives when they were sleeping outside their house.
A complaint in this regard was lodged by a 20-year-old member of the Citizens for Animal Protection Foundation at Rabodi police station.
Police are yet to establish the cause of deaths, but the fire seemed to have emanated from an air conditioner, preliminary reports indicated.
Enmity between two families is believed to be the reason for the ghastly attack that shook the entire village.
The accused Narasimhulu (36), working as an electrician in the town, was residing in a rented house at Gandhi Nagar with his family.
Chanda Suresh Babu, a businessman was said to be suffering from prolonged illness.
The three siblings are from Pragathinagar in Vanasthalipuram.
On a tip-off, the police raided a ground at Dargah Hakeem Shah Vali located near Film Nagar and found a group of people organizing a ram fight.