Hitech flesh trade racket busted
(Siasat News): The Cyber Crime Police of CRI has arrested four pimps including a woman involved in hitech flesh trade.
In the meantime, Deputy Commissioner Police Detective Department Mr. Avinsah Mohanty said that the marketing intelligence unit of cyber crime had detected a suspicious ad online and noted down the phone numbers provided on the website to unearth the racket and formed a team.
The team of the CCS police had called the people near Madhapur Hitech City who had provided the pictures of the sex workers on WhatsApp.
However, when the accused Upendra Kumar Yadav and Anish Kumar were arrested, they had attacked police constable Maheshwar Reddy and tried to hit him with their car.
When they were grilled, they admitted that the kingpin of this hitech flesh trade is one Salim from Maharashtra. His wife Ayesha Begum was also the part of the racket.
Police immediately conducted a raid on the flat of Ayesha Begum situated in Manikonda and recovered the pictures of the girls and other materials.
Police has launched a manhunt to trace the kingpin Salim.
Another dowry death
(Siasat News): A woman committed suicide as she could not bear the tortures of her in-laws for more dowry.
This incident occurred in Musheerabad police limits where Parvathi, 27, took the extreme step. She was the wife of one Ashok. The couple had three children.
However, her husband and other in-laws were pressurizing her to bring more dowry where she was subjected to physical torture. When Parvathi could not bear the pain, she ended her life by consuming pesticide.
A case has been registered and further investigations are underway.
Two die in road accidents
(Siasat News): Two persons died in two different road accidents occurred in Narsingi and Jawahar Nagar.
According to Narsingi police, A Kishan, 48, an auto driver and resident of Narsingi. Yesterday, he was going to Pargi from Shamshabad when in Narsingi limits, a speeding car knocked him down that proved fatal for him.
Jawahar Nagar police said that the deceased Swamy, 40, a mason by profession, was passing from Jawahar Nagar area on his bike when another bike coming from opposite direction, severely hit him.
Swamy had sustained severe injuries and was taken to the hospital but doctors could not save his life.
Both the cases are registered and further investigations are in progress.