Crime Crime in Hyderabad

Crime In Hyderabad (22.7.2016)

Crime In Hyderabad (22.7.2016)
A handcuffed suspect is escorted by police as he arrives at the Paris courts July 20, 2010. A nationwide group of French lawyers have requested France's Constitutional Council to study the practice of the country's 'garde a vue policiiere', which allows police to hold and question suspects for up to 48 hours with only brief access to legal council. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Youth murdered in Afzalgunj

(Siasat News): A youth was brutally murdered. This incident occurred in a busy place of Afzalgunj.

Police said that the deceased Sheikh Abdul Qadeer, 30, resident of Hassan Nagar, was waiting a bus at Imliban when unknown assailants attacked and killed him.

A shepherd near river Musi spotted the dead body and informed the police. A case of murder has been registered and police is to ascertain the motive behind the murder.

Man arrested for marrying minor

(Siasat News): Police has registered man from Madanpally village in Shamshabad as he had married a 16-year-old girl by eloping.

The duo has a daughter too. Following the complaint of the parents of the girl, Shamshabad police has arrested the accused Santosh.

A case has been registered against him and later he was handed over judicial custody.

Suspicious death of Jail guard

(Siasat News): A security guard was found dead in the garden of Chaderghat jail in suspicious circumstances.

According to Chaderghat police, Laxmi Narayana, 45, has been working as jail security guard. Police sources said that yesterday after completing his duty, he did not come back to his residence.

Moreover, he was found dead the next morning in the garden situated in the concourse of the jail. A case of suspicious death is registered and further investigations are on.

Man arrested in fake currency note case

(Siasat News): Shamshabad police has arrested a man involved in making fake currency notes and selling heroin and sent him to judicial custody.

As per the details, the accused Kamaluddin, 45, native of Kolkata, has been residing in a rented house at Tondpally in Shamshabad.

He was manufacturing fake currency notes and trying to circulate them in the market. He was also involved in selling heroin.

In the month of June his accomplice was arrested and police had seized fake currency notes, printer, computer and 100 grams heroin from his possession and was sent to judicial custody.

However, Kamaluddin was absconding ever since who was arrested yesterday and sent to judicial custody.

Further investigations are underway.

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