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Monday, 24 April 2017

A woman was dragged by an Auto for 100 Meters but no one acknowledged it !


Tuesday morning, around 8.30 am a woman was dragged by an auto for almost 100 meters who was wearing a red and white chudidar over sky blue trousers and black stole. The incident happened in the city of Attapur, in Hyderabad. Via a video recording, the police could trace the location of the incident, still they cannot assess the time of the incident. On investigating a video that was recorded on a cell phone,
Rajendranagar inspector V Umender said, “we have analysed the video in circulation and it shows a boy sitting in the auto with a burqa-clad woman. It appears as if the auto driver had sped away when the woman was about to board and the vehicle registration number is not visible.”
The woman stumbled her way back with the support of two men and a woman who even ran behind the auto after noticing the woman being dragged. Soon after, she was taken for treatment to nearby hospital. As per the police, the incident took place between Reliance Digital Showroom and South India Shopping Mall near Hyderguda X Roads on the Attapur-Rethibowli road. It implied like she had a quarrel with the driver just before the incident,


“She was holding the rod between the driver and passenger seat during the argument when the driver suddenly started the auto and dragged the woman for about 100 metres on the road. Later the driver stopped the auto and fled from spot” said one of the police officials.
But, it was shocked to know that during investigation, when police interrogated nearby shopkeepers, then they refused totally to witness any such misconduct.
“We have checked with all shopkeepers at the location. Everybody said that no such incident had taken place recently. It has definitely not happened today. We are analyzing old CCTV camera footages from various shops to find out when it happened,” said V Umender.
More so, no FIR has been lodged yet about the accident by the victim nor any video had been found out. Still, the police is working in the direction to get more information from every other person roams or abides around. “If we get any details about the incident, a case will be registered,” stated the assistant commissioner of police (ACP) Rajendranagar K Ganga Reddy.

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