As per the city police, the infamous gang in Hyderabad stole a bus which belongs to the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) from MGBS.
Last week, on April 24, RTC driver Jaggari Venkatesham filed a complaint at the Afzalgunj police station that his bus was stolen. The action was taken immediately in tracing the bus.
Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar said, "Special teams were formed to make rigorous pursuit in tracing the missing bus and apprehend the offenders". The investigation says that the bus was located at Nanded of Maharashtra.
Two auto drivers were accused of stealing the bus on the night of April 24. Later, a notorious criminal gang was handed over the bus, which crossed the bus depot at 12.03 am. The bus headed towards Toopran. With the help of a towing crane, the Maharastra additional teams could trace the bus after it broke down en route, near Bokar, which is 60km away from Nanded. Commissioner, in a press meet, said that with the help of counterparts in Nanded, Maharastra found the bus.
The cops have arrested nine men and also recovered dismantled parts of the bus. Syed Abed is an auto driver from Chilkalguda and his brother Syed Zehad is also an auto driver who was found accused. The professional investigation work by ACP Sultan Bazar is highly appreciated. Also, Devender, Asst. Commissioner of Police, will be rewarded for his good work, said the Commissioner.