Suspended SI Kills Self, Blames MLA, Cops in Note

Published: 23rd April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd April 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM: The mutilated body of a suspended sub-inspector of police was found on the railway tracks at the RRI area near Gopalapatnam late Tuesday night. Police found a suicide note in the pocket of the deceased, in which he reportedly blamed Etcherla MLA K Venkata Rao, ACB deputy superintendent of police Rangaraju and circle inspector Naidu for his death.

According to GRP inspector G Koteswara Rao, the deceased, G Veeranjaneyulu (28) of Gopalapatnam area, was suspended after he was arrested on corruption charges by the ACB sleuths in October last year.

The government railway police (GRP) were intimated by the local railway linemen about the mutilated body of Veeranjaneyulu whose body parts were found strewn along the railway tracks Tuesday night.

Veeranjaneyulu is suspected to have jumped in front of a goods train at an isolated spot near the RRI area.

In the suicide note, the deceased reportedly blamed the MLA, Rangaraju and Naidu for his fate. He reportedly claimed that they were cruel to him.

He also allegedly claimed that he was feeling humiliated after the incident, driving him to commit suicide.

The police registered a case in this regard and are investigating the allegations levelled by the deceased in his suicide note.

Veeranjaneyulu was posted as sub-inspector at Vangara in January last year and was suspended on October 24, after the ACB raid for demanding bribe from a complainant in a case at Vangara village of Etcherla mandal of Srikakulam district.

Since his suspension, Veeranjaneylu, a bachelor, had been living with his mother, two younger sisters and a brother at Lakshminagar area of Visakhapatnam.

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