Dead body found in Musi River
(Siasat News): Amberpet police has found the dead body of a man from Musi River who had gone missing since last two/three days.
The deceased is identified as Dayashankar, resident of Tukarampet in Secunderabad. Police sources further said that the tip-off had received from Golnaka and police immediately came into action and fished out the dead body.
Police is yet to ascertain the motive behind the suicide/murder. Further investigations are on.
Man ends life over the death of wife
(Siasat News): A man who was very upset over the death of his wife, committed suicide out of dejection.
According to railway police Kachiguda Syed Ahmed Pasha, 58 took the extreme step. The deceased was the resident of Saroornagar.
Yesterday, the death anniversary of his wife was celebrated who had died some time back. Ahmed Pasha was very upset since the death of his wife.
Yesterday, after the death anniversary celebration, he straight went to Budvel and laid himself down on the tracks between Budvel and Shiva Rahel railway stations as the upcoming train had crushed him to death.
Railway police is further investigating.
Bullets found in passenger’s luggage
(Siasat News): Three bullets were found in the luggage of a passenger at RGI airport and he was handed over to the police.
As per the details, the passenger Kailash Verma, native of UP, was going to Lucknow from Hyderabad by Jet Airways.
However, during the immigration check, three bullets were found from his luggage. He was immediately handed over to RGI police.
Later, he had shown his gun license and other relevant documents and RGI police released him.
Old woman dies in road accident
(Siasat News): An aged woman who had sustained severe injuries during a road accident, died in a hospital during the treatment.
It is said that the deceased Fatima Bi, 65, native of Medak district, was crossing the road on September 29 in Masab Tank.
She was hit by a motorbike in which she had sustained severe injuries. She was taken to a hospital where she died during the treatment.
Further investigations are underway.
Notorious rowdy sheeter arrested
(Siasat News): Police has successfully arrested notorious rowdy sheeter Munawaruddin alias Shahryar who was badly wanted by the police.
Dy. Commissioner Task Force Mr. Limba Reddy said that the 38-year-old rowdy sheeter was involved in more than 38 cases. His rowdy sheet was opened in Habeebnagar police station.
In February 2009, Munawar along with his two accomplices Mohd. Firdaus and Mohd. Lateef had kidnapped a youth Afroz. He was arrested in this case and was sent to jail.
After the release on bail, he had absconded. He had 15 non-bailable warrants pending against him.