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Crime In Hyderabad (10.11.2015)

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Girl molested in Rajendranagar

(Siasat News): Rajendranagar police has arrested a fake ‘baba’ for allegedly molesting a girl. In the meantime, inspector Rajendranagar said that the fake ‘baba’ Sadiq Hussain, 32, was residing at Akbar Hills.

Last week, a woman had come to him along with her 16-year-old daughter for some ‘spiritual treatment’. However, Sadiq Hussain told the woman to come on November 8. ‘Baba’ had taken the girl into another room where he spoke to her indecently and tried to molest her.

When the girl realized his intentions, she started screaming and immediately came out of the room. Both mother and daughter went to the police and lodged a complaint. Police has arrested the ‘baba’ and handed him over to judicial custody.

Physiotherapist ends life

(Siasat News): A student hanged himself to death in Panjagutta. It is said that the deceased Vijay Kumar, 27, was a physiotherapist and doing internship at NIMS Hospital.

The motive behind the extreme step is yet to be ascertained. Police has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Failure in exam phobia led to suicide

(Siasat News): A degree student who had the phobia that he would fail in the examinations. This phobia led him to commit suicide by hanging.

This incident occurred in Jeedimetla police limits where Rajsekhar, 20, took the extreme step. Police said that he was the residence of Lal Bahadur Colony but used to remain absent from the college and was not a regular.

A case has been registered and further investigations are underway.

Two die in train accidents

(Siasat News): Two persons died in two different train accidents occurred in Kachiguda railway police limits.

In the first case, the deceased Syed Shah Ehsanullah Hussaini, 65 who was a trader and the resident of Murad Mahal, Talabkutta. Yesterday, he was travelling in MMTS train but fell down on the tracks in suspicious circumstances between Arts College and Sitphalmandi railway stations and died.

In the second incident one Rahim Pasha, 34, resident of Qutubullahpur and a labourer, was trying to cross the railway tracks when he was hit by speeding train that proved fatal.

Railway police has registered both the cases and investigations are on.

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