Dreaded goonda of Suraram colony detained under PD Act

The Cyberabad Police, in order to maintain public order and to infuse confidence in the minds of the law abiding citizens and also to prevent the Goonda/unsocial elements from acting in any manner prejudicial to the maintenance of public order, the Cyberabad Police Commissioner of Police CV Anand has ordered detention of the notorious goonda of Jeedimetla and Dundigal police stations, who declared himself as Chairman of International Human Rights Organization and opened an office in his house and also published a magazine in the name of Human Rights Voice and indulged in illegal activities like extortion, forgery, cheating, criminal intimidation, outraging modesty of women, provoking breach of peace, wrongful restraint, causing hurt and criminal conspiracy thereby causing panic and a feeling of insecurity among the general public living in Quthubullapur, Jeedimetla, Shapoornagar and Dundigal areas and posing grave threat and danger to the society. He created fear and spread terror, breaking peace and public tranquillity, creating panic and insecurity in the minds of public by travelling in convoys of vehicles with his henchmen to create an aura. Orders have been served on the goonda for his detention.

Mohd Sadath Ahmad alias Sadath, 34, is a realtor residing at Shirdi Saibabanagar in Suraram colony under Jeedimetla PS limits. He is a native of Rajampet under Sangareddy mandal of Medak district. He was involved in nine criminal cases under Cyberabad Commissionerate limits.

Police said Sadath indulged in goondaism and committed gruesome offences causing fear in the minds of common members of the public. His acts have been adversely effecting the maintenance of public order and peace in the locality and none was coming forward to depose against him. Unless he is kept out of the society for a considerable period by detaining in the prison under Preventive Detention Act to prevent him to commit such offences, public order and confidence of public in the law cannot be restored. He was habitually committing