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Crime and Accident

Crime In Hyderabad (5.1.2013)

Saturday, 5 January 2013
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Hyderabad, January 05:

Another rapist arrested
(Siasat News): A minor and orphan girl who was raped, the police arrested him and handed over to judicial custody. Police Ramgopalpet had arrested Parveen Singh, 28 following the complaint of the minor.

As per the details, the girl hailed from Mahboobnagar and has been living in Mallepally and was working in Sabzimandi area.

The accused was a Setwin bus driver. He lured the girl and took her to Necklace Road last night at 11.30 pm and raped her. Further investigations are on.

Case against grandson of Rama Naidu

(Siasat News): Banjara Hills police has lodged carious cases against the grandson of renowned filmmaker D Rama Naidu.

A man Ravi Teja had lodged complaint against Abiram, 21. Ravi Teja is the site in-charge of an under construction building which is coming up near Abhiram’s residence.

Abhiram allegedly assaulted Ravi and threatened him. Police has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Woman ends life

(Siasat News): A woman committed suicide by consuming pesticide in Narsingi. 22-year-old Bee Amma was not keeping well for quite some time and she was very upset over her deteriorating health.

She consume3d pesticide last night and died in the hospital during the treatment. A case has been registered.

Man fall from building, dies

(Siasat News): Smoking secretly became the cause of a man’s death as he fell down from the third floor of the building.

This incident occurred in Uppal police station limits where Anil Kumar, 35, fell down and got severely injured. He was admitted to the hospital where he died late last night.

Police said that it was an accidental death. The name of the building was Raghava Enclave Apartment situated at Ramanthapur. Further investigations are on.

Wajid_siasat@yahoo.in

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