CCTV analysis of accidents in drunk driving cases shows that even people who had consumed a little alcohol lost control of their vehicles.
Police recovered 26 stolen mobiles and gadgets, all worth Rs 3 lakh, and brought the accused Mohammed Muslim Sekh, Mohammad Jasimuddin Sk and Rafiq-Ul-Shaik, to the city on a transit warrant.
The accused was allegedly under pressure from his childhood friend Umesh to pay back a sum of Rs 1 lakh, which the accused had borrowed a long time ago.
A youngster reportedly died after being set on fire in Bandlaguda under Rajendranagar police station limits on Friday.
The official, who has no degree in medicine, allegedly said on the show that one person from every household would die in the third wave.
Based on tip-off, Task Force sleuths laid a trap and caught the accused.
The gang offered to exchange US dollars with Indian National Rupee, but in the process, looted money from the victims and fled away, the police said.
Terming his behaviour as ‘misconduct while dealing with the public’, disciplinary proceedings have also been initiated against Shiva Kumar.
Meanwhile, police have started restricting the movement of food delivery boys. Tens of delivery boys were stopped at different parts of the city.
Police said the fire could have started much before the residents noticed it and spread soon all over the building due to the wooden furniture and mattresses.
While their son Kushalav escaped unhurt in the accident, the car they were travelling in crashed into a parked lorry.
Mohd Ilyas Ahmed Khan was allegedly driving his Toyota Etios in a rash manner when he ran over three persons sleeping on the footpath.
Based on the complaint, the Jubilee Hills Crime Staff formed four teams to trace out the alleged perpetrator.
Chikkadpally police arrested three persons, including a minor from Punjab, allegedly involved in the brutal murder of a hotel owner on April 1.
One of them was wearing a helmet and the other wore a face mask.