Sub-inspector,  woman constable killed as car rams tree on Himayathsagar outer ring road

A sub-inspector of police working in Vikarabad special branch and a woman constable at Chevella police station were killed and another woman trainee constable sustained injuries

Published: 13th August 2017 09:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th August 2017 09:25 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A sub-inspector of police working in Vikarabad special branch and a woman constable at Chevella police station were killed and another woman trainee constable sustained injuries when the car they were travelling rammed a roadside at Himayathsagar outer ring road.

The SI identified as Khaleel is returning home after undergoing a training programme at the Telangana State Police Academy.  With the next couple of days being holidays, Khaleel had left the academy for home, taking along two other woman constables, Keerthi and Mamta, offering to drop them home in his car. 

When they reached the Outer Ring Road’s service road,  Khaleel is believed to have lost control of the vehicle, rammed into a tree at Himayathsagar.The SI died on the spot. The other two constables 
Keerthi (24) died at Osmania Hospital while undergoing treatment and Mamatha (24) from Tandur police is undergoing treatment. Khaleel (44), a native of Gudmal village in Mahbubnagar district had earlier served in the Indian Army and joined the police department in 2012. He is survived by wife and two children.

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