Crime In Hyderabad (10.5.2016)

Missing man’s dead body found

(Siasat News): The dead body of Syed Zubair s/o late Syed Bahauddin, 32, was found from a pond situated at the backside of Mallika Garden.

As per the details, Syed Zubair, resident of Langar Houz and owner of Diamond Traders in Shamshabad had left his shop on May 6 and started for home.

However, he never reached home. When his family members called him, he was not accessible. The next day on May 7, a complaint was lodged with Shamshabad RGI police.

A manhunt was launched and the police eventually found the dead body in the pond behind Mallika Garden. His family members were called and they identified the dead body.

Later, it was shifted to Osmania Hospital. Further investigations are on.

Three conmen arrested

(Siasat News): Golconda police has arrested three conmen involved in making fake land documents.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Asifnagar Mr. Ghouse Mohiuddin said that Mohd. Yusuf Ahmed, 49, resident of Kishan Bagh along with his two accomplices Mohd. Babu and Shareef Ahmed prepared the fake documents of the land at Neerja Colony in Toli Chowki measuring 204 sq.ft and threatened the lady teacher smt. Shanti Kumari to vacate the premises.

Following the complaint of the teacher, the documents were scrutinized and found as fake.

Hookah supply in function, remuneration dispute turned violent

(Siasat News): Two groups clashed when the dispute on remuneration to the labours turned violent at Mansa Garden in Champapet. It is said that one Shafiullah asked one Ahmed who runs hookah centres, to supply 20 hookahs to the function hall.

After the function, the rent of hookahs Rs. 3000 was also paid. However, the labours who had brought the hookahs to the hall and to take them back were ignored as their payment of Rs. 600 was not paid.

This led to the exchange of heated argument between Ahmed and Shafiullah that turned violent and both the groups started blowing each other.

In the meantime, assistant commissioner of police Falaknuma Mr. M A Bari said that separate cases are registered against both the groups and further investigations are on.