Secunderabad violence: Fearing police action, one of key accused attempts to end life

Ajay was scared that he will have to face police action. However, he was rescued by his parents and shifted to MGM Hospital in Warangal.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  23 Jun 2022 4:20 AM GMT
Secunderabad violence: Fearing police action, one of key accused attempts to end life

Hyderabad: Govind Ajay, one of the accused in the Secunderabad Railway Station violence, attempted to end his life at Ghanpur station in the Jangaon district.

A 23-year-old man, who allegedly took part in the violent protest against attempted suicide feared police action. He is said to be out of danger.

Ajay was scared that he will have to face police action. However, he was rescued by his parents and shifted to MGM Hospital in Warangal.

A riot-like situation broke out at the railway station on June 17, with coaches of trains being set afire. Police opened fire in which one person was killed.

Main accused, Avula Subba Rao, who owns a defence training academy in Warangal, was also arrested by a special investigation team.

Ajay spoke to a TV channel after the violence at the railway station

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