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B Tech Student Devi Reddy Death Turns Mysterious

The mishap in Jubilee Hills in Sunday, in which a B.Tech understudy was killed and her male companion got away with minor wounds, has ended up dubious with the casualty’s dad scrutinizing the scene.

Mr Niranjan Reddy on Tuesday affirmed that his girl K. Devi more likely than not been kept or struck by her companion Bharath Simha Reddy in the early hours of Sunday before the disaster. He said that when he had called his girl at 3.20 am, she had approached him to sit tight for her at the entryway saying that she would reach in two minutes. Be that as it may, however he continued calling till 4.30 am, she didn’t answer her telephone. Mr Reddy said that her telephone may have been grabbed away.

In the interim, Bharath Reddy has denied all assertions and said that it was just a mischance. Yet, witnesses from Huda Enclave say that they saw the young lady shouting for help and Bharath pulling her inside the auto before the mischance.Devi’s folks are presently looking for a crisp test into the episode. They additionally charge that they have now come to realize that Bharath was high on medications on Saturday night. They needed to know why he headed to the abandoned deadlock where the setback happened as it was not the path to Devi’s home. Bharath said that he headed to the betrayed stretch since he needed to smoke a cigarette.

Mr Niranjan Reddy, then, said that he suspected that something more likely than not happened between 3.20 am, the season of Devi’s last call, and 4 am, the season of the disaster. “I dropped her at her companion’s place at Madhapur on Saturday evening as she needed to go to new pub.

Devi’s companions said that Bharath had met Devi a couple of months prior and they got to be companions. He had guaranteed to drop her home on Saturday night. “Examination is going on. So far we have not discovered anything suspicious,” said Jubilee Hills SI Guruswami.The auto driven by Bharath Reddy, a degree last year understudy and an occupant of Ayyappa Society, was discovered collided with a tree on Sunday morning close Journalist Colony. Devi was dead and Bharath had minor wounds.

Occupants of Huda Enclave, in the interim, said that they had seen the same auto stopped before their door minutes before the mischance and that the young lady was shouting for help.

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