In ongoing drive against criminals to ensure safety and security to the citizens and to safeguard their jewelry in Rachakonda Police Commissionerate limits, the Police Commissioner ordered detention of a 33-year-old Nepali Tek Bahadur alias Rakesh, who committed seven night house burglaries under Neredmet police limits.
Police said the people under Neredmet police limits are afraid of going out locking their houses even to fetch essential commodities and also to attend jobs and functions. His repeated burglaries made people panicky. Accordingly, the Neredmet police arrested the accused on June 23 and recovered 24 gram of gold jewelry, four kg silver ornaments, a Lenovo Laptop, a Nokia mobile phone, I-Phone, JVC camera all worth Rs 1,75,000.
The accused migrated to Hyderabad from Nepal to eke out livelihood, rented a room in Neredmet and started working as gurkha. Later, he called his accomplices from his hometown inNepal and started coming house burglaries. He used to select locked houses during night hours in the guise of gurkha and committed thefts along his associates. He sends stolen property through his accomplice to his home town soon after committing the crime.
Therefore, in order to curb his activities, Police Commissioner Mahesh M. Bhagwat, ordered his detention under PD Act on July 6 and lodged him in Cherlapally Central Jail. (NSS)