RTC bus mowed down woman
(Siasat News) WA woman was mowed down by an RTC bus when she was crossing the road. This incident occurred in Langar Houz police station limits.
The deceased Raees Fatima, 54, resident of Tadbun, had come to meet her relatives living in Langar Houz. However, the fate had something otherwise.
When she was crossing the road a speeding RTC bus knocked her down in which she was severely injured. She was shifted to Osmania Hospital but died during the treatment.
Police has registered a case against the bus driver and further investigations are on.
Woman dies in train accident
(Siasat News): A 38-year-old woman died when she was hit by a speeding train while crossing the railway tracks.
As per the details, the deceased Fida-un-nisa w/o Mohd, Mahboob, resident of Balapur, had come to meet her relatives living at SRT colony in Yakutpura.
However, after meeting her relatives and spending the entire day in Yakutpura, she decided to go back to her house in the evening.
When she was crossing the railway tracks to go to the other platform, she could not realize that a train fast approaching her. By the time she had realized, it was too late that proved fatal.
Railway police Kachiguda has registered a case and further investigations are underway.
Murderer of aged woman arrested
(Siasat News): Trimulgherry police has arrested a watchman in connection with the murder of an aged woman.
As per the details, the watchman Venkatesh, 32, was very much aware that the old lady Lalitha, 70, was living in her house all alone. On September 16, taking advantage of her loneliness, Venkatesh not only stole gold ornaments, cellphones and cash but also strangulated her to death.
This ghastly murder took place at Sri Sri colony in Trimulgherry.
Following the complaint of grandson of the deceased, Trimulgherry police had started the investigation resulting in the arrest of the watchman.
Wife and relative arrested while shifting the body on bike
(Siasat News): Police has arrested a woman and his relative while they were trying to shift the dead body of the woman’s husband for dumping.
As per the details, 28-year-old Pullaiah, resident of Nagole, L B Nagar died in suspicious circumstances.
The wife of the deceased Pravila was allegedly in love with her relative and she along with him, shifting the dead body on a bike but they were caught by the patrolling party belonged to the Hayathnagar police station.
The dead body is shifted to mortuary of a Govt. hospital and a case of suspicious death is registered. Further investigations are in progress.