PCR operator’s abuser held

Published: 01st March 2013 10:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st March 2013 10:05 AM   |  A+A-

The Narayanaguda police on Thursday arrested a 21-year-old man who called the police control room (PCR) and abused the staff in filthy language.

According to police, Nenawath Bheemlal (21), a resident of Banjara Colony, Hayathnagar, used the ‘Dial 100’ service from his mobile, abused the PCR operator and kept the emergency number busy for about two hours.

On Feb 23, Basheerabagh inspector C Mallikarjuna Choudhary lodged a complaint stating that in the night, an unknown man had called ‘100’ about 133 times from his number (9948964570), abused the operator in filthy and vulgar language and kept the emergency number busy for about two hours.

On a tip-off, cops apprehended Bheemlal, who confessed to his offence.

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