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Dinakar Reddy

Abstract Drama Thriller


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Dinakar Reddy

Abstract Drama Thriller


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Mohith, you have to come to the Police Station once. 

Please, Inspector, it's a great loss for him and our family. He lost his mother in childhood. Now, his father has not even seen his marriage. Mohit's uncle interrupted the police officer.


After Srinivasa's death, everyone in the family is naturally sad so no one is interested in the police department's doubts.


Srinivasa is an asthma patient and had other health problems due to his age. Why you people are targeting Mohith. Everyone in the family given the police the same feedback.


Police Inspector reached the Cyber Crime department. He asked the team to find any information which gives chance to suspect Mohith.


Sir, we have given you some information. The technical team person responded.


How to kill asthma patients? Mohith searched the same from his phone. Police Inspector said relaxed in the chair.


See, People Search for a lot of things on the Internet. Police Inspector said again.


But, Sir we know Mohith's father is an asthma patient. The technical guy raised the concern. 


Yes. Yes. I know. But, the forensic checked the body, his inhaler, and nothing was found suspicious.

Police Inspector said.


But, Sir has they checked the previously used medicine in the inhaler. The technical guy asked.


What do you mean? The police inspector raises his eyebrows with doubt.


Sir, the murderer might use carbon dioxide in the inhaler to suffocate the patient naturally.


Police Inspector felt something is striking in this death.


Mohith peacefully writes why he likes Carbon dioxide in a blog post.



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