Shirdi Bus accident Sholapur, Maharashtra - victims belongings kept available at MGBS busstand Police out post
Hyderabad Jun 17/2012 (Hyderabad Deccan News) : Unclaimed belongings of Shiridi piligrims who were killed in tragic bus accident occurred near Sholapur in Maharashtra in the early hours on 16th June arrived to Hyderabad. They are kept available at MGBS BusStation (Imlibun) Police Outpost said Information & Public Relations Department Commissioner R.V.Chandra Vadan. They will be handed over to the relatives of the victims by Charminar Tahsildar Smt. Ratna kalyani, cell no. 9440815876. The police outpost ph no. is 040-27854808. The relatives of the victims and deceased persons are requested to produce the related doucuments to the concerned and pickup the unclaimed belongings. The relatives can contact these numbers and pickup the belongings from MGBS Police outpost, informed I&PR Commissioner R.V.Chandra vadan.
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