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Man Goes Missing after Pressured to Repay Loans

Published: 13th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th May 2015 04:34 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A businessman, who was being pressurised to repay the loan he had taken,  went missing under mysterious circumstances a few days ago from Addagutta under Tukaramgate police limits.

The man in question -- T Narsing, who runs a textile store, reportedly took a loan of `2 crore from his friends a few years ago. However, Narsing failed to repay the  amount.

A CC footage in which the missing person was being assaulted by two persons at his shop was retrieved by police. Narsing also left a note in which he stated that he was leaving the home after he was pressurised to return the amount.

He took the decision after he came to a conclusion that he was not in a position to repay the amount.

His wife lodged a complaint with the police. Based on the complaint, police registered a missing case and investigation is on.

Meanwhile another businessman Tiwari, who was on his evening walk, was kidnapped by unknown persons under Banjara Hills police limits on Tuesday.

According to police, Tiwari was walking on the roadside when at least four persons, who came in a car abducted him and drove away. Police registered a missing case and took up investigation.

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