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    Karimnagar: In a shocking incident, a young person recognized as Srinivas was discovered dead in the drain canal in Chinthalapalli of Shankarapatnam mandal on Friday early morning.

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    According to police, Srinivas, that made use of to run his household by running a DJ audio system, had actually gone outside on Thursday and also did not return. Villagers, that discovered his body in the drain canal in SC Colony in the early morning, educated his member of the family.

    The police signed up a situation and also changed the body to health center for post-mortem.

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    Earlier, 3 individuals sank in Nagarjuna Sagar dam in Nalgonda area after they entered into it to take bathroom. The bodies of the deceased were taken out by rescue employees late on Thursday.

    They were recognized as Nagaraju (39 ), Uppala Chandrakanth (26) and also Vacahspati (25 ), all citizens of Hyderabad.

    The event occurred in Peddapuram mandal of Nalgonda area. The triad had actually pertained to your home of their family members in Nagarjuna Sagar to participate in a wedding celebration. The following day they mosted likely to Nagarjuna Sagar task to make plans for the Upanayana event of Nagaraju’s kid set up on Friday.

    The young people were removed when water was launched from hydel power plant. Their family members, that were resting on the financial institutions, elevated an alarm system. Police with the aid of neighborhood anglers introduced the rescue procedure. After a four-hour lengthy search procedure, the bodies were mapped and also taken out.

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