In his innings as commissioner of Cyberabad, Sajjanar had left a mark by not only upholding law and order but also undertaking several service programmes
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Hanumantha Rao saw them and abused them. He then allegedly dragged one woman who was very vocal and roughed her up.
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Triloknath, a religious preacher, reportedly assigned the task of killing realtor Vijay Bhaskar Reddy to his associates.
DCP Madhapur M Venkateshwarlu also warned them not to serve liquor to minors and to install CCTV with a minimum recording of 30 days.
It was found that the accused targeted single women at labour addas and toddy compounds and robbed them.
Around 93.1 tolas of gold and 360.2 tolas of silver were recovered in 20 cases and Rs 30.67 lakh in cash was recovered. Ninety vehicles and 35 mobile phones were recovered.
CCTV analysis of accidents in drunk driving cases shows that even people who had consumed a little alcohol lost control of their vehicles.
According to police, Thakur Shankar shot himself with his service weapon as he was troubled by some family issues.
The gang was organising online betting on Pakistan Super League (PSL) cricket matches in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
The gang had been selling the cars after hiring them from their owners by promising to pay higher rents.
It all began when Cyberabad Police commissioner VC Sajjanar, along with other officers, were checking vehicles during lockdown hours at Miyapur X Roads.
Many people are suffering from mild symptoms of Covid-19 and are taking it easy thinking that it might be just another viral infection.
Cyberabad police on Sunday registered a lockdown violation case against a car owned by a sub-inspector at Jeedimetla.