Three inter students go missing

HYDERABAD:  A day before the start of Intermediate examinations, three students went missing from various parts of the city. Police suspect examination fear might have driven two of them

Published: 03rd March 2012 02:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:27 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:  A day before the start of Intermediate examinations, three students went missing from various parts of the city. Police suspect examination fear might have driven two of them to run away from home while the third missing case would be due to love affair.

In the first incident, an Inter second year student  S Sai Charan,  a resident of Vanasthalipuram,  left home to get his hall-ticket. He

also took Rs 10,000 to  pay  fee arrears but did not return home  in the evening.  After checking with the friends, his family lodged a missing case with the Vanasthalipuram police. At Malakpet, 18-year Raghavendra of SBI Colony left home on Friday morning to college but did not return till late in the evening. Raghavendra is a second year Inter student. His father lodged a complaint with the police.

Another 18-year girl, Nandini of Pochamma Basti, a  second year student of a private college at Dilsukhnagar left home on Thursday evening and did not return home. Police said the girl received some phone calls before she left home and are trying to trace the number.

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