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Crime In Hyderabad (28.8.2015)

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Husband kills wife

(Siasat News): A man killed his wife as he was suspicious of her fidelity. This incident occurred at Jawahar Nagar police limits in Cyberabad.

Police sources said that Renuka, 22, was killed by her husband Venkatesh as he was suspicious of her character.

He strangulated her to death. A case has been registered and further investigations are on.

Man dies in train accident

(Siasat News): A man died in a train accident occurred near Sanathnagar railway station. Railway police Nampally said that one Nagi Reddy, 35, was hit by a train.

However, the police could not get much details about the deceased. The deceased was crossing the railway tracks between Sanathnagar and Fateh Nagar railway stations when he was hit by a train.

He had sustained severe injuries and succumbed last night during the treatment. Railway police is further investigating.

Minor girl student ends life

(Siasat News): A dejected girl student ended her life as she could not tolerate the separation from her parents and hindrance in the continuation of her studies.

This incident occurred in Shameerpet police limits where Hemavathi, 13, took the extreme step. The deceased was the daughter of one Sri Hari of Jangamguda and studying in class VIII.

Due to the divorce between her parents, she had started living with her maternal grandmother but very upset over the separation from her parents.

She was admitted in a BC hostel but unfortunately, she was asked to quit after some time. This was just like rubbing the salt on the wounds.

A dejected Hemavathi took the extreme step of ending her life. Police Shameerpet is further investigating.

Warning against forced donation for Ganesh Festival

(Siasat News): In the wake of Ganesh Festival, police commissioner Hyderabad had issued a warning against the forced collection of donations.

He had advised the concerned persons and organizations to refrain from collecting money forcibly as it may hurt the religious sentiments of the followers of other religions.

Ganesh Festival would commence from September 17. The maintenance of peace and harmony is the need of the hour.

Anyone found collecting money forcibly, stern action would be taken against the person. A notification is also released in this connection.

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