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    Police reopens two-year-old hit-and-run case in Hyderabad

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    Former MLA Shakeel has been shocked by the police reopening a hit and run case from two years ago, which occurred on March 17, 2022 in Hyderabad. The incident involved a car hitting a two-year-old boy who was crossing the road at Jubilee Hills Road No. 45, resulting in the boy’s death and injuries to two others. The car was reportedly registered to Shakeel’s company, Meera Infra, but no action was taken against him at the time.

    During the initial investigation, it was discovered that there was a sticker with MLA Shakeel’s name on the car. Shakeel claimed that the car with the sticker was not his, as he had given it to a friend. The Jubilee Hills police charged the driver of the car and another individual in connection with the accident. Now, in light of these developments, the police have decided to reopen the case.

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    The authorities are revisiting the hit and run case to further investigate the involvement of former MLA Shakeel and determine the appropriate course of action. It remains to be seen how this renewed investigation will unfold and what implications it may have for all parties involved.

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