Missing Anusri from State found in Telangana

A software professional from Karnataka, who went missing on Monday from Divyasri Women’s PG Hostel at Gachibowli here, has been traced by the Patancheru police to a bus stop in the neighbouring Medak district in Telangana on Wednesday.

The 22-year-old techie, Anusri, is employed with TCS at its Adibhatla campus. The Medak police, who were alerted by the Gachibowli police, traced her mobile phone signals to Patancheru area. They were told by the local people that they had found Anusri wandering near a water body next to the bus stand. The police admitted her to a local hospital, where doctors informed them she was mentally unstable. Based on her ID card, the police informed her parents, residents of Brahmana Beedi in Halebeedu, Hassan district, Karnataka.

Gachibowli Circle Inspector Vijay Kumar said Anusri had been restored to her parents.
On Monday, Anusri had called her younger sister Ashwini over the phone saying she was sick and wanted to return home. However, she was dissuaded by her family members. Even as her father Prabhakar and Ashwini assured her that they would be reaching Hyderabad shortly and taking her to a doctor, Anusri went missing.

Throughout their journey to Hyderabad, they were in constant touch with Anusri on WhatsApp. But when they reached the city, she became inaccessible, Prabhakar said.
The worried relatives enquired at the hostel. The warden said Anusri had gone to her office in Adibhatla. The CCTV footage at the hostel lobby also confirmed Anusri leaving the building.

According to sources, Anusri used to travel to her office and hostel by a company cab. She is said to have called the company on Tuesday saying she had missed the cab and would take a bus to office, but did not turn up. Later, Prabhakar lodged a missing complaint with the police.

In October 2013, a techie was abducted by a cab driver and his accomplice from Madapur under the same Cyberabad police commissionerate and was raped in Medak. They were later arrested with the help of CCTV footage from a corporate school.