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Escaped COVID prisoners yet to be traced, Hyderabad police launch mega hunt

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Sep 1, 2020, 11:11 am IST
Updated Sep 1, 2020, 11:11 am IST
The teams dispatched to the neighbouring states have also said to have not received any fruitful information about the fugitives
 The four Covid-19 positive prisoners who escaped from Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad: Javed (clockwise from top left), Somasundar, Abdul Arbaz, and P Narsaiah.
  The four Covid-19 positive prisoners who escaped from Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad: Javed (clockwise from top left), Somasundar, Abdul Arbaz, and P Narsaiah.

Hyderabad: With no clue about the four COVID-19 prisoners who escaped from Gandhi Hospital on August 27, the special teams of the Hyderabad city police on a hunt to nab them.

The teams dispatched to the neighbouring states have also said to have not received any fruitful information about the fugitives.

 

Two convicts M Somasunder, 20, and P Narsaiah, 41, and two undertrials Md Abdul Arbaz, 21, and Md Javed, 35, were admitted to Gandhi Hospital after they tested for COVID-19. The four prisoners were put in the prisoner’s ward situated on the second floor of the hospital on August 27.

A police official who is part of the probe said, “The prisoners are still absconding. So far no clues have been identified, but we are hopeful of nabbing them soon.”

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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