Hyderabad: Three arrested, 25 two-wheelers seized after Dunzo executive leads police to automobile offenders
One of the stolen bikes which was sold by the accused to a youngster working for Dunzo, delivery service, gave a lead to the police, following which the offenders were nabbed.
The victim identified as Nidudavelli Srinu claimed that he was picked up by the police on Tuesday night and from then till Thursday morning, he was beaten up and tortured.
Since then, he could not recover from the crisis and resorted to the offence, to clear his financial burdens.
The girls, both 15 years of age, left their bags along with a ‘suicide note’ on the bank of a tank, located two kilometres away from the school where they studied.
The victim, who owns business in Hyderbad and the USA, joined as an investor in Super Surfaces India Pvt Ltd and invested an amount of Rs 8 crore in two phases during the year 2019.
The gang had planned to hire killers by paying Rs 15 crore to eliminate Srinivas Goud.
Based on a tip-off, sleuths of the Special Operations Team along with Chevella police personnel intercepted the vehicles.
Based on a tip-off, police raided the apartment located at Kakatiya Hills in Road No 6 of Madhapur and found eight persons were gambling in one of the flats.
On Saturday evening, Sagar drove the vehicle to Dundigal to refill cash in an ATM and as the custodian and the guard alighted from the vehicle, he scooted with the cash.
While mystery shrouds the girl's death, police found CCTV footage near the spot where her dead body was found that showed the girl walking alone and nobody accompanying her.
The complainant Krishank Manne stated in his complaint that the post was unauthorised and with criminal intention.
The bodies were recovered from Narsingi and Shameerpet. The body of the woman pulled out by fishermen in Ponnala village of Shameerpet had its hands tied.
Focus areas for Cyberabad police for the year 2022 would be the speedy investigation of all cases, cyber crimes, setting up the Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence.
Enforcement Directorate arrest Co-founders of Indus Viva Group in a Rs 1500 Cr MLM fraud; they cheated more than 10 lakh investors
Cyberabad police had busted this fraud in March 2021 and arrested 24 persons.
Three persons, including the owner of the printing press Sunkari Sudhakar, were arrested.