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Crime In Hyderabad (20.5.2016)

Crime In Hyderabad (20.5.2016)

Father ends life as daughter eloped

(Siasat News): A father out of shame, committed suicide as his daughter eloped. This incident occurred at Kamatipura in old city where one Ramesh Singh, 49, hanged himself to death. He was told by his wife that the eloped daughter had appeared in the local police station along with a boy whom she had married.

This news put Ramesh Singh in a state of shock. He reached home and took the extreme step.

As per the details, the deceased was the resident of Murli Nagar. His elder daughter Nikita went missing. In fact, she was in love with a boy Santosh and she had eloped with him and got married with Arya Samaj rituals.

Then taking a wise step, she immediately reached the police station. Police Kamatipura has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Man fell off the building, dies

(Siasat News): A man fell down from an under construction building that proved fatal. This incident occurred in Rajendranagar police station limits where Kishore, 35, fell off the building.

He was the resident of P & T Colony and has been working as a labourer. Yesterday, when he was working in the building, he had lost his balance and fell down on the ground.

He had sustained severe injuries and was taken to a hospital where he died during the treatment.

Two die in train accidents

(Siasat News): Two persons died in two different train accidents occurred near Borabanda railway station.

According to railway police Nampally, Furqan. 16, native of UP, has been living in Attapur. He has been working as a labour at different construction sites.

Yesterday, he was assigned the work at Borabanda. When he was trying to cross the railway tracks, he was hit by a speeding train, killing him on the spot.

Second incident also occurred in Borabanda where one Pasha Khan, 46, a fruit seller and resident of Rajiv Nagar, was also crossing the railway tracks without realizing that a train fast approaching him.

Moreover, no one had alerted him. Nampally railway police has registered both the cases and further investigations are underway.

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