Girl missing from Shamshabad
(Siasat News): A girl went missing from Peddashapur village in Shamshabad. As per the details, the girl K Mamatha, 17, left her home situated in the village on November 16 but did not return.
Her family members tried their best to trace her and inquired about her with their other relatives where she could possibly go. When their all efforts went futile, they reached Shamshabad police station and lodged the complaint.
Shamshabad sub-inspector Bhaskar has registered the case and appealed to the member of the public to contact on phone numbers: 8332981183/9490617213 if they have any information of the missing girl.
Man brutally murdered in Dundigal
(Siasat News): A man was brutally murdered in Dundigal where both the killer and the victim are yet to be identified. The unidentified man was killed in Gajwala Ramaram and the killer/s threw his dead body in Dundigal.
As the body is crushed with a heavy boulder, police suspect that it might be the case of murder. The victim is about 35 years of age.
A case has been registered and further investigations are on.
(Siasat News): The ‘She’ team police of Central Crime Station (CCS) arrested a blackmailer, an employee of Software Company for blackmailing a girl.
Additional Commissioner of Police (Crimes) Smt. Swathi Lakda said that the accused B Nageshwar Rao, a software employee used to talk with a girl on his cellphone as she was his friend right from school days.
She had shifted to Madhapur from her native place in 2014 and has been working in a private company. In September 2014, Nageshwar Rao, called the girl at his flat situated in Begumpet and sexually exploited her.
He had clicked obscene photographs. Then he started blackmailing her threatening that if his sexual desires are not fulfilled by her, he would upload the obscene photos on social networking sites.
Not only this, he had sent the obscene photos of the girl to his friends through WhatsApp. When constant harassment of Nageshwar became unbearable, the girl contacted the ‘She’ team.
It immediately came into action and arrested him. The laptop, mobile phone and other electronic goods belonged to the accused, were also seized.
Groom killed in cylinder blast
(Siasat News): A house in Kesra that was filled with gaiety and happiness as a marriage was about to be solemnized there, but fate had something otherwise and the same house turned into a wailing place.
It is said that the son of one Hara Gopal was about to get married yesterday but unfortunately, his son died in a cylinder blast.
Police sources said that the deceased Raja, 26, a marine engineer with Indian Navy. He had taken leave from his duty for sole purpose of marriage. Raja was the only son of his parents.
His parents were busy in shopping in connection with his marriage and at the time of accident, he was alone in the house along with his maternal grandmother.
In the meantime, Raja went to the kitchen to make coffee for his grandmother. As soon as he lit the stove, there was a big fire and two gas cylinders, one after the other, bursted with deafening sound.
Raja was severely burnt in the blast and was taken to the hospital where he died last night during the treatment. Police has registered a case and further investigations are on.