She had stated that the currency, in Rs 2,000 denomination notes, had been kept in an almirah.
Hyderabad: Banjara Hills forces registered a case against earlier IAS P. Vanamali’s wife P. Kalyani for supposedly trespassing into the houses of domestic supports who worked in their home and assaulting them.
Ms Kalyani on Sunday had given a complaint that Rs 10 lakh was taken from their home and said that she doubted the role of the domestic aids. She had stated that the cash, in Rs 2,000 currency notes, had been kept in an almirah.
On Monday, Ms Kalyani along by sister Aruna, daughter Praneetha and a rare others allegedly rushed into the residence of one Kumari, who worked in their family six months ago, and assaulted them and examined the premises for the cash.
When they did not find the cash, they went to the house of one more former help, Ms Varalaxmi, and assaulted them as well and examined that house as well for currency.
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“When they did not find any money, all of them left to Ms Kumari’s brother Anjaneyulu’s home in MLA Colony and assaulted him and his spouse Sattamma and examined their house,” a Banjara Hills police official alleged.
Ms Sattamma given a complaint with the police claiming assault and that Ms Kalyani had gone four tola gold ornaments and Rs 60,000 cash from their house.
Police disclosed a case under Sections 324, 448, 427 and 506 of IPC read with Section 34 IPC. The case is under enquiry.