Man slits wife’s throat over alleged illicit affair in Vanasthalipuram
A police constable murdered his wife by slitting her throat before throwing her body down from their first-floor residence in Vanasthalipuram of Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: HYDERABAD: A police constable brutally murdered his wife by slitting her throat before throwing her body down from their first-floor residence at Gautami Nagar of Vanasthalipuram in Hyderabad on Friday. The couple were reportedly quarreling for sometime over an alleged extramarital affair of the constable with another woman.
According to LB Nagar DCP Sai Sri, the accused, identified as Raj Kumar, performs his duties at Gate 4 of the Telangana High Court and has been residing in Vanasthalipuram along with his wife Sobha. The couple were reportedly having fights between them over an alleged extramarital affair of Raj Kumar with another woman for some time.
The two quarreled again on Friday and an enraged Raj Kumar slit his wife’s throat with a knife and threw her body down from their first-floor residence. The police registered a case and are investigating it.
Car rams into hotel in Vanasthalipuram, bike rider killed
In a bizarre incident, a bike rider was killed after a car, which went berserk and rammed into a hotel at Self Finance colony in Vanasthalipuram.
CCTV footage showed the vehicle ramming into the hotel at high speed after the driver of the vehicle apparently lost control on the vehicle. Before swerving and breaking into the hotel premises, the car also hit a two-wheeler, resulting in the death of its rider. The identity of the victim was not immediately known.
GHMC demolition drive triggers tension in Chitrapuri colony
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Local residents, opposing the drive, tried to obstruct the civic authorities from demolishing illegal constructions, leading to tension in the area for a while. Undeterred, the authorities went ahead with their task amid a heavy deployment of police personnel to prevent any untoward incident.