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Thiefs from 30 to 45 years old are high...

Hyderabad, December 5, ( Blood. But a 30-to-45-year-old man has committed more offenses. This is different in Hyderabad as it takes the view of crime in the metro cities of the country. Those between the ages of 30 and 45 commit higher crime than those ages 18 to 30. The latest report released by the National Crime Statistics Institute (NCRB) on crimes in 2016 revealed. The NCRB statistics show that the number of juveniles involved in crime under the Hyderabad Commissionerate is higher. The list was created by crimes in 19 metro cities in the country with a population of more than 20 million as per 2011 census.
It is surprising that in Hyderabad there are surprising situations. This is evident when compared to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. In the rest of the city, youth in the age of 30 have been charged with crimes, while in Hyderabad and Chennai only 30 to 45 years old. This is the same in Surat, Gujarat. The figures show that among the remaining 16 cities, there are three crimes perpetrated. In other metro cities in the country, the number of new offenders is increasing. According to the NCRB report, the crime is high in crime and after the completion of engineering and other activities, it seems to be a crime in order to find the right jobs and to make life more luxurious. There is a high number of crimes committed in Hyderabad. The cause of the situation is more likely to be the case for the younger generation than the youth, "said city ccc DSCEP Avinash Mahanti. Mahindra said, "It is possible to use the Paddy legislation against those who have been abducted in the old criminals for years, but they can be another cause for the crime," said Mahanti. The Hyderabad Metro city is believed to be more than just the other Metro cities in terms of crime rates. In other cities, however, the number of crimes has been significantly dropped. In Delhi, more than 86,000 crimes were registered and Hyderabad recorded 14,000 crimes. It is possible only because of the use of PEDI legislation on cyber criminals and in-laws, who are guilty of burglary and exploitation, "a senior police official said.

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