Woman Found Dead in Hostel

Published: 31st March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st March 2015 03:42 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A 27-year-old chartered accountant for Thermal Power Corporation India Ltd, who had married recently, was found dead in suspicious circumstances in Sonalika apartment at Somajiguda here on Monday, police said.

Anusha, native of Amlapuram in Andhra Pradesh, lived in a hostel  which she shared with two other women.One of the room-mates Harshita, who went to Shirdi on Saturday and returned this morning,  found her dead in her room.

Anusha married Arjun, a software professional working in Bengaluru, on March 8, and returned here from honeymoon recently, police said. It is learnt that  Anusha went to her brother’s place in Musheerabad on Sunday night from where she picked up some of her belongings. After she came back to her apartment  she  had a  glass of milk. A cook, who resides at the hostel  gave her the milk.

Nine people stay in that hostel including the cook. Police suspect that she may have died of food poisoning or committed suicide. The cook was questioned by the police.

Panjagutta police station inspector Mohan Kumar  said, “We have sent the body for autopsy and the investigation is going on.  We can ascertain whether it is a case of murder or suicide only after the post-mortem report arrives.” Her husband was informed about this incident and is on his way to Hyderabad.

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