Cops Issue Notice to Audi Owner

Published: 25th November 2014 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th November 2014 06:05 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Two days after an Audi car killed a person and injured two others in Banjara Hills, police issued notices to the Manbhum Construction Company Private Limited located at Medchal road in Kompally on Monday. The Audi car was registered in the name of company.

Meanwhile, police also identified the persons who were driving the car when the accident took place. However, it was revealed that some political leaders had influenced the police not to reveal the details of persons who were involved in the mishap.

The police reportedly took custody of a person who reportedly was driving the car when the accident took place. The person claimed that he was driving the car and an elderly couple were in the car when the accident occured.

The sub-inspector of  Banjara Hills police station, who is also an investigating officer of the accident has refused to divulge details of the person who was taken into custody.

The deputy commissioner of police (DCP), A Venkateswara Rao said that he was not aware of the latest developments on the case.

It is reported that a political leader pressurised police not to reveal details of the persons who were travelling in the car when the accident took place.

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