Police find connection between Sirisha and Telangana SI's suicide

THE HANS INDIA |   Jun 15,2017 , 01:17 PM IST

Prabhakar Reddy, Sirisha
Prabhakar Reddy, Sirisha

Siddipet district Kukunoorpalli Sub Inspector P Prabhakar Reddy's suicide has caused a furore in the state. 

While the family members are alleging the reason behind to be the harassment from his seniors, the police, have established a possible common connection between the suspicious death of a beautician in Shaikpet, Hyderabad and the suicide of the sub-inspector.

According to police officials, Prabhakar Reddy's suicide is connected with Hyderabad-based beautician Sirisha's death, which took place a day before Prabhakar's suicide.

Reports state that Sirisha had visited Prabhakar's house along with two others Rajeev, Sravan a day before her demise. It is learnt that the four stayed early morning next day but after a heated argument, Prabhakar asked them to leave his home. Sirisha, then left with Rajeev, Sravan to Hyderabad and later went inside her beautician studio and committed suicide by hanging herself.

Sirisha's husband Satish Chandra expressed apprehension about her death, but SI Prabhakar's suicide the following day has complicated the case.

Currently, police are interrogating Rajeev and Shravan. After checking phone records of Prabhakar Reddy, the police found that he was in touch with the RK Studio owner Rajiv which led to the connection between the two deaths.

Police reveal that Sirisha, who had an affair with Rajiv, was not happy with his engagement with Tejaswini. Apparently, Rajeev's girlfriend Tejaswini had lodged a complaint on Sirisha who used to visit Rajeev's office often which raised suspicion for Tejaswini.

Their quarrel led them to Banjara Hills police station where Sravan offered counselling through Prabhakar Reddy to sort of the issue.

Media reports also speculate that Prabhakar Reddy in an inebriated condition tried to rape Sirisha who escaped the attempt but committed suicide on her return to Hyderabad unable to deal with the trauma. 

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