Crime In Hyderabad (28.9.2015)

Trader dies in road accident

(Siasat News): In a tragic road accident occurred in Chaderghat police station limits, a trader died. It is said that the deceased Mohd. Ghouse, 55, resident of Ziaguda, was passing from Nalgonda Cross Roads on his bike on the day of Eid.

He was severely hit by a speeding RTC bus opposite Suhail Hotel killing him on the spot. Chaderghat police has registered a case and shifted the dead body to Osmania Hospital for post mortem.

Tractor knocks down youth

(Siasat News): A student who was hit by a speeding tractor and had sustained severe injuries, died today.

According to Dabeerpura police the deceased Syed Sajid, 16, resident of Chanchalguda, was crossing the road near Greenland Hotel on September 24 when he was hit by a tractor.

He was shifted to Osmania Hospital where he died during the treatment. Dabeerpura police has registered a case against the tractor driver.

Lorry turtles during immersion

(Siasat News): A lorry carrying the Ganesh idol with many disciples went turtle on Tank Bund.

It is said that a group from Filmnagar, Banjara Hills had reached Tank Bund for the immersion of the idol where the lorry accidentally went turtle injuring nine people in whom two are critical.

Ramgopalpet has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Tailor ends life

(Siasat News): A tailor who was under mental pressure, committed suicide by jumping in a bowli. Pahadi Shareef police said Mohd. Jahangir, 35, was a tailor and residing at Errakunta.

Yesterday, he had left the house saying that he was going for a walk. However, when he did not return even in the evening, the worried family members of Jahangir lodged a missing complaint.

Police found his dead body in the bowli situated at Errakunta. Police suspect that he might have jumped in the bowli to end his life. Police is yet to ascertain the motive behind his suicide and investigation is going on from every angle.

The dead body was shifted to Osmania Hospital where after post mortem; it was handed over to the relatives.