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Criminal cases filed in Chikkadpally clash

 A day after two groups clashed with each other in which around 14 persons suffered injuries, Chikkadpally police registered criminal cases against persons belonging to the two groups after identifying them based on CCTV footage.

Published: 18th April 2017 02:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th April 2017 05:41 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A day after two groups clashed with each other in which around 14 persons suffered injuries, Chikkadpally police registered criminal cases against persons belonging to the two groups after identifying them based on CCTV footage.


Additional Commissioner of Police M Shiva Prasad, who visited the place last night and stayed their till the situation came under control, said they have identified the suspects based on CCTV footage and detained them. “Two youngsters fought over a petty issue.

Around 14 persons received injuries and several vehicles were damaged by miscreants. All the injured were shifted to a hospital and their health condition is stable,” Shiva Prasad said. Shiva also visited the hospitals and spole to the doctors and interacted with the Chikkadapally police in reviewing the situation on Monday.


Chikkadpally inspector M Sudarshan said that two persons who were driving an auto came to Suryanagar and had arguments over blocking the road. During the fight, two youngsters who were sitting in auto, were assaulted by a group of people. The youngsters then informed their family members of the attack.


“A mob came to the place and started assaulting persons living in Suryanagar. The locals noticed that both the groups attacked each other and damaged vehicles parked at the place,” the inspector said.


The police registered attempt to murder cases against both groups. Police also detained some suspects in connection with the incident.



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