Hyderabad: Sleuths raid gaming house in Ashoknagar, nab six players

Hyderabad: Sleuths of Commissioner’s Task Force, Central Zone Team, here along with Chikkadpally police on Monday raided a gaming house under the limits of Chikkadapally police station and arrested six persons and seized net cash of Rs 65,550. Some 52 playing cards and six cell phones were also seized from their possession.

On a tip-off on Monday, the sleuths along with Chikkadpally Police raided on Common Gaming House above S.R. Boys Hostel, 1st floor, Ashok Nagar, and apprehended six persons and seized net cash of Rs 65,550 along with 52 playing cards and six cell phones from their possession.

The accused were identified as A. Shiva Reddy, Hostel owner, residing at Ashoknagar, Chikkadpally (main organizer), V. Nagaraju, cashier at Minerva Hotel, Himayat Nagar, K. Raj Gopal Reddy, Govt Teacher, residing at Bapu Nagar, Chikkadpally, Surya Gopi Govt employee, L. Jaypal Reddy, farmer, residing at Baghlingampally, and J. Sai Kiran, cook, of SRT 120, Jawahar Nagar, Chikkadpally.

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Dy Commissioner of Police, Commissioner’s Task Force, Hyderabad City said said Shiva Reddy was organizing three cards game and gaining money illegally. As usual, all the punters gathered in the evening of Monday and were playing 3-cards game. Meanwhile, on a tip-off, the sleuths raided the premises along with Chikkadpally police and apprehended the accused and seized cash, playing cards and cell phones.

Hyderabad: Sleuths raid gaming house in Ashoknagar, nab six players
Hyderabad: Sleuths raid gaming house in Ashoknagar, nab six players

The raid was conducted under the supervision of P. Radha Kishan Rao, Dy. Commissioner of Police, Commissioner’s Task Force, Hyderabad by R. Raghunath, Inspector and Ch. Naveen Kumar, Sub-Inspector and staff of Commissioner’s Task Force, Central Zone Team, Hyderabad.


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