Intermediate girl student found murdered in Miyapur

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On an ill-fated Saturday evening, she left home saying that she was going to meet some friends.

Speaking to TOI, a police source added, "In a CCTV footage, the victim was seen getting down from an auto at Ameenpur with a guy on Saturday evening and walking towards the spot where she was found". Police allegedly investigated the case and break the death mystery of this 17 year-old girl. "She used to actively participate in various events throughout the year", said Murthy, ruling out the possibility of any link of her death with the Blue Whale challenge. As the body was found in a decomposed state, the cause of the death could not immediately be ascertained.Cyberabad Police Commissioner Sandeep Shandilya visited the scene. Her mobile phone was switched off.The family had lodged a complaint with Miyapur police station.The girl's family members suspect that it was a well-planned murder. After a couple of hours when Chandini's sister called him to enquire if she was with him, he denied and went to her house and met the parents and joined in the search.

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On Saturday, he took her to the Ameenpur hillocks and assaulted her during a heated argument.

Cops have been able to trace her movements after analysis of CCTV footage from 100 cameras including those installed at apartments where Chandni lived. When Parents try to contact her at 6:30 her phone was not reachable. The last incoming call was from her sister at 3.30 pm. The place where the girl's body was found is isolated, on the city outskirts. Murthy said. Admitting to being extremely unsettled by the news, the principal remembered the teenager as being "very proactive" all through her time in the school, where she had been studying right from her pre-primary days.

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