Hyderabad, Jan 3 (Hydnow): Police have arrested a Khiladi Lady in the Jubilee Hills of the city. The police have arrested a woman who was collecting money by threatening to file a complaint against passersby for a lift and then trying to rape her. The police found that the woman was also pressurizing her saying that she was an advocate and knew all the sections.
A woman got into a car asking for a lift from Jubilee Hills check Post to KBR Park and then threatened the driver saying that she would file a rape case after tearing her clothes.
The victim driver Paramananda, who was panicked, filed a complaint with the Jubilee Hills police about the incident. The police immediately registered a case and arrested the Khiladi Lady. A case has been registered against her under IPC section 389.
As part of the investigation, the entire Kiladi Bagotham was revealed. The Khiladi Lady has been identified as Syeda Naeem Sultana (32), Police said that there are 17 cases against Khiladi Lady in various police stations across the city, and it was found that the Khiladi Lady has details of case studies related to hundreds of cases. The police said that the victims are being threatened with what kind of punishment will be given in each case by blocking them. The investigation by the police also revealed that the Khiladi Lady filed cases against many innocent people. (Hydnow)
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