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WDG-4 triplets about to arrive Safilguda from Ramakistapuram Gate side.
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SFX/Safilguda (2 PFs)
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Chanakyapuri, Malkajgiri, Medchal-Malkajgiri Dist., Secunderabad, Pin- 500047
State: Telangana

Elevation: 547 m above sea level
Zone: SCR/South Central   Division: Hyderabad

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Mar 07 2019 (13:07) Telangana: Student pushed out of train loses leg, culprit arrested (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
Crime/Accidents
SCR/South Central
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Mar 07 2019 (13:08)
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HYDERABAD: A mason, who allegedly pushed out a 19-year-old polytechnic student from a moving train near Safilguda railway station, was arrested on Wednesday. The student, a native of Karimnagar, lost his left leg in the accident.The culprit was identified as G Raju (23), a mason and a resident of Lalaguda. The victim, G Vishwas, a student of Government Polytechnic, Chegunta in Medak, was travelling from Medchal to Sitaphalmandi on the Mirzapalli-Kacheguda passenger train on March 4. Raju too was travelling by the train from Medchal to Lalaguda. “Vishwas was standing near the train door when Raju asked for his phone to call a friend. The student gave his phone. Raju was talking continuously for over eight minutes and Vishwas kept asking for his phone. An argument broke out a little later,” Government Railway Police (GRP), Secunderabad, inspector, Adi Reddy said. Raju then threw the phone out of the train, triggering a...
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fight between them. “During the fight, Raju pushed Vishwas out of the train, which was reaching Safilguda. The boy fell on the tracks and sustained injuries on his left leg and head,” GRP, Secunderabad SP, Ashok said. The boy was shifted to hospital, where later his left lower leg was amputated. “There was no CCTV footage and the boy too did not have any information about the culprit. We managed to pick up the suspect after the victim recollected that the man’s left hand was fractured and he was wearing a sling,” the inspector said. After registering an attempt to murder case, police picked up the accused.
Mar 21 2014 (07:56) 2 run over by trains near Safilguda station (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
Crime/Accidents
SCR/South Central

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Mar 21 2014 (7:56AM)
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HYDERABAD: A security guard and an unidentified man were knocked down by two different trains near Safilguda railway station on Wednesday night.
Government Railway Police (GRP) said that Prabhakar, 38, a security guard at SBH Officers' Quarters in Marredpally, went to attend the call of nature near the Safilguda railway station when he was run over by a train on Wednesday night.
Prabhakar, a resident of Bhagath Nagar in Moula Ali, started from his home on his bicycle to report for night duty. On the way, he left the bicycle near the underpass
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near the railway station and went on to the tracks. "Some train passing by at that time hit Prabhakar, killing him on the spot. We found his cycle near the accident spot," GRP sub-inspector Mahesh Kumar said.
In a similar incident, a man, aged about 55, died after he was hit by Akola-Kachiguda inter-state train while he was crossing the railway track near Safilguda railway station on Wednesday night.
Police said the train driver told the police that despite seeing the train approaching, he tried to cross the tracks.
Nov 14 2013 (08:24) Suburban railway stations turn centres of crime (www.thehindu.com)
Commentary/Human Interest
MMTC/Hyderabad MMTS

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With no lighting, thick undergrowth and poor policing, stations at Malkajgiri, Safilguda and Dayanand Nagar are turning into a haven for anti-social elements
Just a few kilometres away from the bustle of Secunderabad, lie the railway stations of Malkajgiri, Safilguda and Dayanand Nagar.
But, despite their proximity to ‘civilisation’, these stations appear completely disconnected.
Thick undergrowth, no proper lighting and police negligence ensure that
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they turn haunts for anti-social elements during nights, locals complain.
“Every day people come to these railway stations during nights to consume liquor. This is causing problems for residents of the nearby colonies,” Safilguda resident M. Srinivasa Rao rues.
Though police come patrolling, these practices continue due to the thick undergrowth, the lack of proper approach areas and lighting, Mr. Rao says.
Incidents of cell phone and chain snatching are also on the rise, say residents – this, even in broad daylight.
“One of my friend’s mobile was snatched at Safilguda by two youngsters who came on a bike. They fled away before we could raise an alarm”, says Maria Paul of Dayanandnagar.
Open spaces around these railway stations are also spots of lurking danger, some observe.
“Malkajgiri railway station has an approach road from only one side. Those coming from colonies located on the other side have to go through an unlit and unpaved area,” retired government employee Bala Krishna Reddy, a resident of Dayanandnagar, says. Trash strewn in these open spaces is leading to stray dog menace too, he says.
These apart, the road from Malkajgiri railway station to Safilguda via Dayanandnagar is riddled with potholes and a broken carriageway.
“Many people prefer to commute through this road as they can reach AOC Centre and Cantonment avoiding traffic on the Malkajgiri-Anand Bagh-Safilguda road. But motorists face difficulties due to the cramped roads riddled with potholes,” Mr. Reddy adds.
Nov 10 2013 (11:07) Two found dead on railway tracks (www.thehindu.com)
Crime/Accidents
SCR/South Central

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Two persons were found dead on the railway tracks at Safilguda railway station on Friday night.M. Chandrasekhar (35) of RTC Colony in Moula Ali and his friend C. Venkatesh (35) of Vinayaknagar in Neredmet met at Secunderabad railway station and boarded a train to reach Safilguda.“We are not sure how the victims died. After examining the spot, we suspect that the duo might have died after falling from a moving train last night near platform number two,” explained Secunderabad Railway Sub-Inspector T. Rama Rao.He said the victims had been identified with the help of documents recovered from them and the bodies were handed over to their families after an autopsy at the Gandhi hospital mortuary. Chandrasekhar was working as a trolley driver at the railway workshop in Mettuguda, while Venkatesh was a welder.
Oct 21 2013 (14:39) 2 new road under bridges to ease traffic congestion (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
Commentary/Human Interest
SCR/South Central

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Oct 21 2013 (5:38PM)
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Oct 21 2013 (5:37PM)
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HYDERABAD: Traffic woes of residents of Malkajgiri and surrounding areas may end soon as two road under bridges (RuBs) are expected to come up at East Anandbagh and Vajpai Nagar.The roads and buildings (R&B) department and South Central Railway (SCR) will construct RuBs at East Anandbagh and Vajpai Nagar (Neredmet). Tenders for the project have been floated recently while the selection of the contractor would be completed by November.The residents of Malkajgiri, Safilguda, Neredmet and surrounding colonies have been demanding bridges at railway crossings for over two decades due to increase in traffic flow, especially during peak hours. These roads, which have level crossings, have become important link roads to go to Secunderabad.Malkajgiri MLA Akula Rajender had raised the issue of bridges in the assembly and also during district review committee meetings of Ranga Reddy on several occasions. The MLA also met chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy a couple of months...
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ago for the same.As the rail traffic also increased, causing frequent closure of gates at two level crossings and blocking of vehicular traffic, the SCR has agreed to bear 50% of the cost for the construction of bridges.
Officials said the 30-metre RuBs at East Anandbagh and Vajpai Nagar would have four lanes (two lanes in each direction) and would be taken up at a cost of Rs 27 crore and Rs 32.50 crore respectively. This includes service roads on both sides in addition to pedestrian facilities.
However, for construction several properties have to be acquired. While about 25 properties would get affected for the Anandbagh RuB, 15 structures would get affected for Vajpai Nagar .
"The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) will acquire properties for the RuBs. Survey and structural valuation have already begun. GHMC will also form service roads once the right of way of 100 feet at the site is achieved. The bridges will be completed within 24 months after commencement of the work," K Mohan, deputy executive engineer, R&B, told TOI.
GHMC has recently taken up construction of another RuB at Uttamnagar in Malkajgiri area at a cost of Rs 31 crore. The Uttamnagar RuB, a single-lane passage, gets choked whenever the gate is closed, especially during peak hours.
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