Crime In Hyderabad (21.9.2015)

Youth murdered in Sultan Bazar

(Siasat News): The sensational incident of the murder of a youth took place near Sultan Bazar police station. Preliminarily, the youth Khader, 22, was found severely injured.

Police immediately came into action and shifted him to Osmania Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Police suspect that old enmity might have caused the murder of the youth.

The dead body is still there in the hospital for post mortem. Police has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Head constable caught red-handed with keep

(Siasat News): A head constable attached to Chhatrinaka police station was found with a woman in compromising situation. As per the details, the accused Madhusudan Reddy was found with his keep in a house situated at Saibaba Nagar in Uppuguda.

They were found in compromising situation by the woman’s husband Chaitanya. It is said that there was a judicial case pending against the husband for dowry harassment and due to this, both husband and wife were living separately.

The head constable took the advantage of the situation and not only befriended the woman but also formed illicit relation with her. He took a house on rent and used to spend ‘quality’ time with the said woman.

The irony of it is that the husband had caught them red-handed and handed them over to Chhatrinaka police where the woman recorded the statement against her husband.

Police has registered a minor case against the constable and allowed him to go.

Farmer ends life at Begumpet

(Siasat News): A ryot committed suicide near Begumpet. The deceased J Mallesh, 58 hailed from Ram Sagar in Medak and had obtained a cash loan for his crops.

However, he was not in a position to clear his loan. Then he reached the city on September 16 and recruited as a security guard at Kompally apartment. Though he was performing his duty but he was under mental pressure.

Last night, he took the extreme step of ending his life by hanging at old race course pump, Balamrai. A case has been registered and further investigations are underway.