Suspended Punjagutta Inspector Arrested
by Naveed Uddin Khan Uzair, Staff Writer
Suspended Punjagutta inspector Durga Rao, who had been on the run for nearly a week, has finally been apprehended in Guntakal, Andhra Pradesh. Rao is a key suspect in an accident case allegedly involving Mohammed Raheel Aamir, the son of former BRS Bodhan MLA Shakeel Ahmed.
Rao’s disappearance since January 29 had sparked a frantic search effort, with multiple teams deployed to trace his whereabouts. The situation escalated when, on January 31, Commissioner of Police K. Sreenivasa Reddy took the unprecedented step of transferring the entire staff of the Punjagutta police station to the police headquarters.
Despite efforts to evade capture, including filing a petition for anticipatory bail in the High Court, Rao’s luck ran out when law enforcement received a crucial tip-off leading to his detention in Guntakal, Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh.
The incident in question, which has drawn significant attention, allegedly involves Mohammed Raheel Aamir, son of Shakeel Ahmed, and a yet-to-be-disclosed accident. The circumstances surrounding the incident remain under investigation, with Rao’s arrest expected to shed light on the case.
Rao’s arrest marks a significant development in the ongoing investigation, bringing hope for closure and justice to those affected by the incident. Authorities are expected to continue their efforts to unravel the details surrounding the accident and hold all parties involved accountable.
As the case progresses, the public awaits further updates on the investigation and subsequent legal proceedings.
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