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    A series of murders in the Old City has prompted the Hyderabad Commissioner’s Task Force police to increase patrols and crack down on anti-social elements. The police are working to maintain law and order, especially during late nights, in response to recent incidents of violence in public places.

    On Saturday night, mounted police patrolled various neighborhoods in the Old City, including Yakutpura, Rein Bazar, Talabkatta, Moghalpura, Charminar, Shalibanda, and Laldarwaza. This special drive was carried out under the direction of City Police Commissioner Kothakota Sreenivasa Reddy to ensure the safety of residents and deter criminal activities.

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    Police officers are actively patrolling railway stations, graveyards, and other isolated areas to prevent any potential disturbances. Those found loitering on the streets late at night are being questioned and their criminal records are being checked. The police are also working to educate young people and their parents about the importance of following safety guidelines and staying off the streets after midnight.

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    In addition to regular patrols, the police are cracking down on businesses operating past 11 pm and individuals consuming alcohol in public places. Legal action is being taken against those who violate these rules to maintain peace and order in the community. Rowdy elements are also being dealt with swiftly, as seen in the case of Mohd Yousuf, alias Jungli Yousuf, who threatened a reporter during a police check. An official case has been registered against him under relevant sections of the IPC for his actions.

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