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Crime in Hyderabad (2.11.2016)

Crime in Hyderabad (2.11.2016)
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Girl dies after abortion

(Siasat News): A girl who had high temperature and was diagnosed as 5-month pregnant died of infection of the injection administered for the abortion.

According to police Yacharam, the victim Kalpana, 20, daughter of one Malaiah died after the infection of the injection. She was found pregnant.

Over this, her parents forced her to name the person who had impregnated her. Kalpana said it was her sister’s husband Shankar. Kalpana’s parents asked Shankar to marry her but he flatly refused to do so.

Kalpana’s pregnancy was aborted but fate had something otherwise. A case has been registered and further investigations are on.

Husband ends life as wife deserted him

(Siasat News): A man who was very upset as his wife had deserted him and started living with her parents committed suicide.

This incident occurred at Premnagar in Punjagutta where Arvind Kumar, 40, hanged himself to death. As per the details, the deceased was in a financial crisis due to his joblessness since last four months.

His wife Suchitra was also a working woman. Both had love married in 2010 but circumstances put them in trouble.

A few days back Suchitra’s father had come to Arvind Kumar’s house and took his daughter along with him leaving Arvind all alone behind.

A dejected Arvind took the extreme step. Police is further investigating.

Fake currency gang members arrested

(Siasat News): The North Zone Team of Commissioner Task Force has arrested three persons including a school teacher, part of a gang involved in fake currency distribution and seized ‘big amount’ of fake currency notes.

In the meantime, Dy. Commissioner Mr. Limba Reddy said that one V Shankar, 34, native of Mominpet, was a government teacher. However, he was interested in earning fast bucks to become millionaire overnight.

To make his dream come true he along with his two accomplices Meghavat Prakash and V Chander received fake currency notes from one Waliullah alias Ghayasuddin from Malda, West Bengal. Shankar had contacted an agent from Malda to supply the fake currency valuing Rs. 5 lakh. However, the agent demanded Rs. 2 lakh in real currency to finalize the deal.

The accused agreed upon his demand and received Rs. 4.5 lakh at Secunderabad railway station and handed over Rs. 2 lakh in real currency to the agent.

Later, when the gang found it difficult to run fake currency business in Hyderabad, they planned to do so in Sanga Reddy and Karnataka.

The accused were about to board a bus from Retifile bus station with currency notes when the Task Force sleuths arrested them and seized the currency notes ‘valued’ at Rs. 4.5 lakh.

Later they were handed over to Mahankali police station.

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