Meanwhile, Mariamma’s postmortem examination report, which would give clarity on the cause of death, is still awaited.
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.
Property loss in the incident is being assessed and a detailed probe is underway, said the officials.
A 36-year-old man was found dead at Balaji Nagar in Jawahar Nagar of Rachakonda Police Commissionerate on Sunday.
The accused cheated a city-based victim to the tune of Rs 20 lakh under the pretext of investment in online trading applications.
Police first checked the CCTV cameras at the junction and found a person taking away the child.
May it be the fake news of child kidnapping gangs that stormed the State in 2018 or the COVID-19 pandemic that left people devastated, he has been on a mission to spread awareness through his songs.
The accused had initially informed Mounika that the child, Rohith Rekwal, developed seizures and was found dead when he took him to the hospital.
According to the police, B Sai Kumar, a second-year Intermediate student, befriended a 16-year-old girl through social media and lured her under the pretext of love.
Based on a tip-off, Rachakonda police raided Lemur village under Kandukur police limits, and found that Chennakeshavulu was cultivating opium poppy with the help of Venkataramana.
The victim and the accused never knew each other, but since they were in an inebriated condition, they picked up an argument resulting in the fatal incident, said Inspector Mahender Reddy.
The Rachakonda police on Saturday arrested two persons at Hayathnagar for trying to transport liquor from Telangana to Andhra Pradesh.
Police rounded up more than 90 youngsters including two women from the farmhouse and seized huge quantities of drugs and alcohol.
The police also recovered stolen property worth Rs 1.10 lakh from the accused before producing him before the court.
Cyberabad police commissioner VC Sajjanar said that every citizen must join hands with the government to increase the city's green cover.