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Crime In Hyderabad (5.12.2015)

Two passengers arrested for fake visa

(Siasat News): The immigration staff at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport has arrested two passengers for travelling on fake visa and handed them over to Shamshabad RGI police.

As per the details Srinivasan, 30, and Govind Raj, 21, both natives of Tamil Nadu, were trying to catch a flight for Sharjah.

During the immigration check, the visas of both the passengers were found as fake. The immigration staff immediately detained them and handed them over to police.

Shamshabad RGI police has registered cases against the duo and handed them to the judicial custody.

Two accused in minor’s murder case arrested

(Siasat News): Bahadurpura police has arrested two persons involved in Shahbaz’s murder and solved the mystery.

It is to be recalled that Shahbaz was brutally murdered on November 29 and his dead body was thrown near Necklace Road. His neck was brutally slit. In the meantime, ACP Charminar Mr. Ashok Chakravorthy presented the accused Inzamam and Javed to the press.

Inspector Bahadurpura Mr. Harish Kaushik was also present in the press conference. It is said that the accused and deceased had old enmity.

After the release from the jail, Javed was seeking an opportunity to eliminate Shahbaz. On November 29, he got the chance and along with Inzamam, he hatched a conspiracy to kill Shahbaz.

The accused were sent to judicial custody.

Constable’s suspicious death

(Siasat News): An incident of suspicious death of a constable took place at CRP’s headquarters whereas the police Chandrayangutta had termed it as a suicide case.

According to police sources, the deceased Madhu, 47, a head constable with CRPF was found dead in a park situated near the headquarters.

A bottle of pesticide was also found near his body. Madhu has been living in CRPF quarters.

Police said in its preliminary investigations that he was very upset with domestic problems and had committed suicide.

Further investigations are in progress.

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