Man murdered in Miyapur
(Siasat News): A man was brutally murdered in Miyapur. Police found the dead body at Laxmi Nagar’s lorry adda in Miyapur. The deceased is identified as 24-year-old Ankush.
Police said that the killers either used knife or iron rod to kill him. It is further said that the deceased was the native of Nanded in Maharashtra.
He had come to live in Hyderabad and was living with his relatives in Miyapur and searching a job. The irony of it was that he had come to the city on May 7 and went missing on May 9.
Police is yet to ascertain the motive behind the murder. A case has been registered and further investigations are on.
Refusal to buy cigarette caused murder
(Siasat News): A man was murdered just for a cigarette where a 40-year-old man Ramulu was killed in an attack by a person living in the same locality in Cyberabad.
This incident occurred at Balreddy Nagar in jagatgirigutta police station limits. As per the details, there was a kirana shop in the locality owned by one Raheemuddin.
Ramulu used to buy groceries from there only. Yesterday in a bizarre incident, another man from the same locality reached the kirana shop and asked Ramulu to buy him a cigarette.
As Ramulu didn’t know him, he had flatly refused. Over this, the man lost his temperament and attacked Ramulu with a boulder lying nearby.
Ramulu was severely injured and was shifted to the hospital where he died during the treatment. Police is investigating.
Two arrested with gold at airport
(Siasat News): The custom official at RGI, Shamshabad arrested two passengers and recovered 1 kg 670 grams gold from their possession.
Today two flights had landed from Dubai and Sharjah. During the custom check, two passengers were found in possession of gold powder concealed in their shoes weighing 1 kg 670 grams.
The contraband was seized and both the passengers were arrested. RGI police is further investigating.
Girl dies in car accident
(Siasat News): A girl lost her life because of the failure of the hand breaks of a car. This incident occurred in Banjara Hills police limits where one Ambikabai, 25, working as a manager in a private company, lost her life.
She was the resident of Srinagar colony and hails from Srikakulum. On the fateful day, she was passing from the area where a showroom is situated when she was abruptly hit by a car belonged to the showroom as the hand breaks were failed.
Ambikabai had sustained severe injuries and was taken to a hospital where she died during the treatment last night.
A case has been registered against the driver and further investigations are on.