City Police recover 7 kg stolen gold, cash at MGBS
Hyderabad, Feb 3 : In a major breakthrough, the Hyderabad Police arrested one person and recovered cash and gold worth Rs 2.25 crore from his possession. About seven kilograms of gold and Rs 13.42 lakh cash was stolen from Muthoot Finance at Zaheerabad on the intervening night of Sunday and Monday.
The accused, Ashok Sharma, a native of Jharkhand, was arrested during the surprise check at Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station at about 10.30 AM on Monday.
The police found one person moving in the suspicious circumstances on Platform No.1 with one bag. Immediately the Afzalgunj Police apprehended him and on searching his belongings, they found 499 small envelope covers containing gold items having sticker of Muthoot Super Loan, Zaheerabad 2205 branch and also containing the details of the depositor, weight, amount and date of deposit, and cash, suspected to be have stolen property.
On enquiry the said person revealed his name and address as Ashok Sharma and also stated that one person by name Kamru, 30 yrs, of West Bengal handed over the said bag to him at Nampally Railway Station at about 08.30 AM today and informed him that it is a stolen property and instructed him to bring the same to Imlibun Bus Station carefully.
In pursuance of the confession of the accused, the police seized net cash of Rs 13,42,000/- and gold ornaments weighing about 7 KGs, as per the weight mentioned on the envelope covers of Muthoot Finance, from the possession of accused in presence of Panchas.
The Zaheerabad police have been informed and they will be taking up further investigation. Efforts are on to trace the other accused in the case.
The above arrest was made by Afzalgunj Inspector K Manoj Kumar and his staff under the supervision of Sultan Bazar ACP G Someshwar Rao and direct supervision of East Zone DCP Shahnawaz Qasim.
Two rag pickers among three held for theft of temple idols
Hyderabad Feb 3 : Pahadi Shareef police on Monday arrested three persons including two women rag pickers for theft of idols from a temple.
According to Pahadi Shareef Inspector D Bhaskar Reddy, the accused – Yadamma and Parvatamma – were rag pickers and used to live around Venkateshwara Temple in Mankhal of Maheshwaram. In the early hours of February 1st, they committed the theft of four idols from the temple and fled away from the spot. Later, they sold the idols to a scrap dealer Bheem Rao for Rs 2,000.
Based on a complaint lodged by the temple authorities, the Pahadi Shareef police registered a case and began investigations. Special teams were formed to solve the case. However, on suspicion police quizzed the rag pickers and recovered the stolen idols from Bheem Rao. The worth of the recovered idols is estimated to be several lakh rupees.
The accused have been sent to judicial remand.
House wife committed suicide by hanging
Hyderabad, Feb 3 : A 34 year old house wife committed suicide by hanging at her residence at NTR Nagar of L.B. Nagar
According to L B Nagar police, deceased P. Savitri (34) W/o Krishna a housewife R/o NTR Nagar of L B Nagar committed suicide by hanging herself at his house on Sunday, the police said. The woman was sick and might have ended her life over it, her family members told the police she is having severe stomach pain for last one year. L B Nagar police registered a case and dead body shifted to Osmania Hospital Mortuary for postmortem.
Plumber killed in road accident
Hyderabad, Feb 3 : A 43-year old Plumber killed in road accident hit by Car while going on Motor cycle near Noble Talkies cross road.
The deceased was identified as Shaik Nawaz (43) S/o Shaik Rasool resident of Mallepally the accident occurred on Dec 12 when deceased was going on his motor cycle when he was reached near noble talkies cross road suddenly one speeding Car hit due to which deceased was received severe injuries, immediately shifted to Osmania Hospital for treatment, where he was died Feb 2 late night hours.
Habeebnagar Police registered a case against the car driver under section 304 A and case is under investigation.
Girl catches fire accidentally, dies
Hyderabad, Feb 3 : A 19-year-old Agriculturist catches fire accidentally at her residence in Kandukur Police limits.
According to police, deceased – P Devi @ Shashirekha, D/o late Yadaiah, R/o Kandukur of Ranga Reddy District, on Jan 29 late night hours deceased was was trying to start a kerosene lamp, accidentally lamp fallen on her dress due to which she received severe burn injuries, immediately she was shifted to Osmania hospital for treatment where undergoing treatment she died on Monday early hours. Kandukur police said.
Two killed in train accidents
Hyderabad, Feb 3 : A 53-year-old man died on the spot after he was hit by train while he was trying to cross the track.
The accident occurred on Sunday evening hours between Falaknuma and Budvel Railway Stations. The deceased was later identified as S Sudhakar, S/o Thippanna, Mechanic in APSRTC Mehdipatnam Depot R/o Balajinagar of Guddimalkapur. Kachiguda Railway Police registered a case and after autopsy deceased body handed over to his relatives.
In a Similar Case, An Unidentified man of About 35 years died on the spot after he was hit by a train while trying to cross the tracks.
The accident occurred on the tracks between Falaknuma and Malakpet on Sunday night hours. The Kachiguda Railway Police preserved the body at the Osmania General Hospital mortuary for autopsy and identification. Sub Inspector Riyaz Ahmed Said.