Police begins investigation on Uday Kiran's suicide
January 6, 2014 - Hyderabad
Police began investigation in the suicide of Uday Kiran. They interrogated in-laws of Uday Kiran and also two watchmen working at Jyothi Homes in Srinagar colony where he lives while clues teams have already seized has laptop and cell phone. Sources said that he last spoke to one Bhoopal in Chennai and also sent an SMS to him wife before being he took the extreme step.
One Srinivas who is residing in the flat said that in laws came to his flat around 12 in the night and after hearing loud cries, the residents went to his flat by time his wife Vishita was crying and Uday Kiran was hanging. He immediately informed to 108 services. He expressed that there were no family disputes as they lived harmoniously and know about the family for the last two years, he said. The actor was alone in his flat on Sunday night. His wife had gone to Manikonda on some personal work. She grew suspicious as Kiran was not responding to her mobile phone calls and rushed home only to find him dead.
Tollywood expresses shock
Tollywood heroes, directors and musicians rushed to the hospital to pay homage to the actor. Actor Srikanth expressing his shock over Kiran’s death said that the police should ascertain causes that compelled him to resort to the extreme step. However, none of the top and first grade artistes in the field visited the dead body gives rise to the suspicion of the community ruling in the field.
Brahman Sangam's allegations
State Brahman Sangam president Dronamraju Ravi Kumar alleged that the film industry is under the clutches of two communities with the result small artists are not getting chances. He demanded an inquiry by the sitting court judge for the reasons that prompted him to this extreme step.
High Court advocates files petition in HRC
Meanwhile, a high court advocate Arun Kumar on Monday filed a petition in the State Human Rights Commission demanding action on those four families ruling the film industry. However, the reaction of the HRC is awaited.