A day after a woman teacher went missing under "mysterious" circumstances due to alleged harassment by a sub-inspector, she was traced by police this evening.
"The woman has been traced at her relative's house in Yousufguda," Cyberabad Police Commissioner Ch Dwaraka Tirumala Rao told reporters tonight.
The 30-year-old woman, a resident of Addagutta, worked as a teacher in a private school. Dundigal sub-inspector V Sudhir Kumar stayed near her house. Her husband, a private company employee, said his wife, who left home yesterday, had not returned.
He lodged a complaint with police stating that he found a note which said that his wife wanted to commit suicide as she was unable to bear the harassment meted out by the SI.
The Cyberabad police chief, however, ruled out the role of Kumar behind the woman going missing.
The sub-inspector is currently under suspension.
Asked about the reason why the woman suddenly had gone missing, he said, "We have to do some more investigation by enquiring the woman and more details will be known only after that."