The police have registered a case under section 102 of the Indian Penal Code. The police have registered a case under section 102 of the Indian Penal Code. Police said two people, including a faculty member of the Nizam’s College, who was a former office-bearer of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP), were arrested after they were found suspiciously carrying ₹70 lakh from their possession. Unaccounted cash was confiscated. Police probing the Panjagutta case have identified the accused as P. Kishan Rao (38) residents of DD Colony in Hyderabad and Vemula Vamshi (26) Sal, manager in Redwinj and resident of Shivasai Hills Colony in Kismatpur. According to the police, both were caught during checking in Dwarkapuri Colony on Thursday night. Police said both are seen roaming under suspicious circumstances. After stopping the car, the police said that cash was recovered from them. On questioning, the police said, the two were unable to give a “satisfactory” answer. Soon after, two mediators were brought to the scene and the cash count was done. According to the police, Rao’s confession revealed that he hails from Huzurabad and is working as an assistant professor in Nizam’s College. He also said that earlier he discharged his duties as ABVP Abids Zone in-charge. A cash amount of ₹ 70 lakh was collected in the evening from Madhu, a resident of Banjara Bill. Police have registered a case under section 102 of CrPC.