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Crime In Hyderabad (21.7.2016)

Crime In Hyderabad (21.7.2016)

Alcoholic ends life for want of money

(Siasat News): An alcoholic who was running short of money, committed suicide as he could not get enough money to quench his boozing thirst.

This incident occurred in Naredmet where Mahesh, 40, took the extreme step. He was a labourer. On July 28, he reached home under the influence of alcohol but it seemed that he was not satisfied with his intoxicating state and demanded money from his mother for more boozing that was denied by her.

Mahesh was very upset as he wanted to drink more liquor at any cost and later, took the extreme step of ending his life.

Police Naredmet is further investigating.

SSC student commit suicide

(Siasat News): A X class girl student committed suicide in Amberpet. It is said that the deceased Deepa, 15, was the daughter of one Ramesh Reddy of Mallikarjun Nagar.

However, the girl was very upset over her deteriorating health state. According to family sources it seems that health problem runs in the family as her mother had also committed suicide last year when she found herself medically unfit.

Deepa was doubly troubled as she had the shock of losing her mother and health wise she herself was not well. A case has been registered and further investigations are on.

Dead body fished out from Hussain Sagar

(Siasat News): Police has fished out the dead body of a man who had gone missing two days ago. He had left his house threatening his family members that he would commit suicide.

Police Ramgopalpet said this. The deceased is identified as 58-year-old Narsing Rao, a trader and resident of Sanathnagar.

On July 18, he had reached his house in an inebriated state and threatened his family members that he would jump into Hussain Sagar to end his life.

Police is yet to ascertain the motive behind his suicide. A case has been registered and further investigations are on.

Two die in train accidents

(Siasat News): Two persons including a student lost their life in Kachiguda railway police limits.

According to Kachiguda railway police, Srinivas, 40, was a machine mechanic and residing at Shamirpet. He was crossing the railway tracks between Sitafalmandi and Arts College railway stations when he was hit by a speeding train that instantly killed him.

Second accident occurred in Shamshabad area where a 17-year-old student Dhruv Reddy, native of Mahboobnagar, lost his life while hit by a train when he was crossing the railway tracks near Shamshabad.

Both the cases are registered and further investigations are in progress.

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