Student Jumps to Death, Hostel Warden Booked

Published: 10th September 2015 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th September 2015 06:11 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:  Disgusted over the allegations of mobile phone theft against him, a 20-year-old Chartered Accountancy (CA) student committed suicide by jumping off a three storeyed hostel building here, Wednesday. The incident took place at Bakaram locality in Musheerabad police limits.

Labhisetty Harish, the deceased, is the son of Devender and a native of Nizamabad district. He was pursuing his CA course in the city and was staying at Arya Vysya hostel near Bakaram in Mesheerabad.

He was staying in a room with three others. Recently, three mobile phones went missing from the hostel room and two mobile phones were recovered from students from the same hostel premises.

“Two roomates and the hostel warden started suspecting Harish’s hand behind the theft of mobile phones. They grilled Harish in front of other students demanding to return the mobile phone he had stolen. The warden also threaten that he will throw Harish out of the hostel if he failed to return the mobile phone,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), V B Kamalasan Reddy. Humiliated, Harish killed himself. The incident was recorded on a CCTV camera installed at the hostel.  the Musheerabad police visited the spot and recovered the body. Police registered cases against the hostel warden and two roomates for abetting commit suicide.

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