'Around 200 persons including staff of the Gandhi Hospital were examined as part of the investigation process'
Hyderabad: City Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar has said on Thursday that the police have nearly solved the two cases of crime against women reported in the city early this week.
“Our teams have nearly cracked the case of Gandhi Hospital and Santoshnagar. In the next two or three days, more details will emerge. We have to be cautious in revealing information as it pertains to the dignity of the women and there are lot of guidelines to be adhered too,” Anjani Kumar told reporters on Thursday.
He said policemen from different wings including Commissioner’s Task Force, Special Branch, She Teams, local police and IT cell team checked 500 closed circuit cameras and reviewed 800 hours of visuals/ footages as part of the investigation.
“A lot of effort was put to examine the tower dumps, cell phone location using mobile towers and other technicalities. Around 200 persons including staff of the Gandhi Hospital were examined as part of the investigation process,” he said, adding that scientific investigation was done by the city police in crime against women cases and a senior police official would supervise investigation.
“The top priority of Hyderabad City Police in safety of women and if at all a crime is reported then detection is important,” he said.