Thursday , August 24 2017
Crime Crime in Hyderabad

Crime In Hyderabad (19.X.2016)

Crime In Hyderabad (19.X.2016)
A handcuffed suspect is escorted by police as he arrives at the Paris courts July 20, 2010. A nationwide group of French lawyers have requested France's Constitutional Council to study the practice of the country's 'garde a vue policiiere', which allows police to hold and question suspects for up to 48 hours with only brief access to legal council. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Dead body found in Musi River

(Siasat News): Kulsumpura police has found a dead body in Musi River which is still unidentified.

Police said that the dead is supposed to be a Muslim man aged between 30 to 35 years.

A case has been registered and further investigations in connection with the identity of the deceased and to trace the other relatives are going on.

Notorious thief arrested

(Siasat News): Hussaini Alam police has arrested a notorious thief and solved the two cases of robbery.

Assistant Commissioner of police Charminar Mr. Ashok Chakravorthy said that one Mohd. Akbar, 37, resident of Kotla Alijah had lodged two complaints between January and October about the theft took place in his A Y Handloom shop.

Though Hussaini Alam police had registered a case but it could not be solved due to the lack of evidence.

However, in the running month of October another robbery took place in the same manner. This had alerted the police and a special team was formed to nab the culprit.

He further said that police was not successful in tracing the culprit in the first case but in the second case due to the installment of CCTV cameras near Moti Gulli and with the help of the video footage, two culprits Sheikh Mohsin Alam, 28 and Sheikh Mohd. Talha, 23 were arrested and the stolen goods comprising of Samsung laptop and costly blankets were seized from their possession.

Later they were produced in the court and sent to jail.

Man hanged self to death

(Siasat News): A man hanged himself to death in Uppal. According to Uppal police the deceased Kraiah, 45, a watchman, had a tiff with his wife last night.

Out of anger, he had left the house and straight reached to Nagole and later hanged himself to death on a tree situated near Musi River.

Police is yet to ascertain the gravity of the situation that led him to commit suicide. Further investigations are on.

Woman denied remuneration, ends life

(Siasat News): A labour woman was denied her remuneration despite arguments with the payer, committed suicide. The deceased is identified as Radha, 35, resident of weaker section colony.

This incident occurred in Rajendranagar police limits. After the death of her husband, she used to work as a labourer to meet the domestic expenses.

Some days ago she had done some work in her neighbourhood where one Lalithamma denied paying her labour charges despite heated arguments.

This led a dejected Radha to end her life. Police has registered a case and further investgigations are on.

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