Woman arrested for fake visa
(Siasat News): The immigration staff at RGI has arrested a woman passenger for attempting to travel on a fake visa and handed her over to RGI police.
According to the details, the woman Bhudevi, 30, native of YSR district, was about to board an aircraft bound for Saudi.
During the immigration check, the officials found employment visa in her possession. She was immediately detained by the staff.
sub-inspector Mohd. Nasir has registered a case and handed her over to judicial custody.
Hookah centre raided, minor students arrested
(Siasat News): The south zone police has once again raided some hookah centre at Falaknuma and arrested some minor students. One Syed Mohammed was running the hookah centre illegally near Engine Bowli.
On a tip-off, the raid was conducted and 15 students of intermediate were arrested. It is further said that according to Hyderabad High Court ruling, children below 18 years of age are not allowed to visit any hookah parlour but Syed Mohammed was running the parlour in violation of the High Court ruling.
Later, the parents of the arrested students were called and after the counseling, the students were set free.
Youth arrested for stealing luxury car
(Siasat News): The craving for a luxury car proved dearer to a youth as one Mohd. Nazeer, 28, resident of Syed Nagar, Banjara Hills, was arrested by police in connection with the theft of an Audi car.
As per the details, the accused has been working as a driver with one Zaheer, reportedly the director of Russell’s Spoken English Class.
Last month, Nazeer disappeared with the car without informing his employer. An FIR was registered in this connection and a manhunt was launched to nab the accused.
However, the stolen car was recovered from the parking lot of Shamshabad airport. It is said that Nazeer had fully used the car for his entertainment and after dumping the car near the airport, escaped to Mumbai.
However, he was arrested and admitted that he used to enjoy the car ride on PVR Expressway as high speed thrills him.
Moreover, he also used the car as a sharing taxi for the passengers who wanted to go to the airport. This is how he used the money for diesel.
Man jumps before the running train
(Siasat News): a man committed suicide by jumping before the running train between Borabanda and Hitech city railway stations.
According to railway police Nampally, the deceased is yet to be identified.
Police has registered a case and trying to trace the relatives of the deceased to ascertain the motive behind the extreme step.
Woman brutally murdered in Falaknuma
(Siasat News): The brutal murder of a woman sent shock waves at Falaknuma in the old city. It is said that Samreen Banu, 40, was brutally murdered and her dead body was thrown near Dhobi Ghat.
Police suspect that her husband might be the culprit. According to inspector Falaknuma Mr. Kiran Kumar, the deceased was the wife of one Mohd. Ahmed of Hassan Nagar.
It was Sammreen’s second marriage as her first husband had divorced her and had taken the custody of all their four children.
However, she has no children with Ahmed. Most of the time, the deceased has been living at her parent’s house and Ahmed’s house was situated near it.
Police was more confused when Samreen’s sister had given a statement saying that Ahmed had accompanied the deceased to her house. A case has been registered and police is investigating this delicate case from every possible angle.
Gambling den unearthed at Yusufguda
(Siasat News): The west zone team of commissioner task force team arrested a plumber for illegally running a gambling den in a house at Rahmathnagar, Yusufguda.
The accused Mohd. Yusuf, 26, along with his other accomplices, has been running the den for quite some time.
On a tip-off, the task force team had conducted a raid and arrested five persons and seized Rs. 80,000 from their possession.
The arrested persons are handed over to Jubilee Hills police station.
Man murdered in Kesra
(Siasat News): a man was brutally murdered in Kesra situated in the outskirts of the city. It is said that the killers intercepted Krishna Mohan’s car.
The 42-year-old deceased was later taken to some distance away and brutally killed. The killers dumped his body and fled the scene.
In the meantime, inspector Kesra Mr. Guruvar Reddy said the deceased was a trader and resident of Alwal. He owned a crusher at Tamaipally.
Yesterday, he had left the house reach his crusher site but near Tamaipally, he was murdered. Police suspect that his partner might be involved in the murder whereas the relatives of the deceased also alleged his partner for the murder.
Further investigations are underway.