Hyderabad vet rape-murder case: Preserve bodies of accused till December 9 to govt by high court

Hyderabad vet rape-murder case: Police said the four were taken to Chatanapally, the crime location where they had burnt the woman’s body. They were taken for crime reconstruction when they allegedly tried to escape by attacking the cops.

The Telangana High Court on Friday had directed the state government to preserve the bodies of all four accused in the rape and murder case of a 27-year-old veterinarian till 8:00 PM on December 9, as per the news agency PTI.

The High Court gave the order on a representation received in the office of the Chief Justice, requesting judicial intervention into the incident, alleging it was an extrajudicial killing.

Yesterday at the same time, the Telangana Police said that the reason for doing encounter for all four accused was that, that they took all four accused at the crime spot for further investigation from where they tried to escape by attacking the cops. “All this happened within 5 to10 minutes after the four accused were brought to the crime spot,” Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar told. Earlier yesterday, the National Human Rights Commission also ordered an inquiry into the incident.

All the country a good wave has been passed. Lots of tweets, comments have been made on the incidents. Justice is given.

As per Delhi Commission For Women (DCW) Chief Swati Maliwal Friday said the Hyderabad “encounter” will send out a strong message and people will feel justice was done.

Cyberabad CP, VC Sajjanar on today’s encounter: I can only say that law has done its duty.

Hyderabad Shuttler Saina Nehwal praised Hyderabad police for killing all four accused in the rape and murder of a veterinarian in Telangana. “Great work Hyderabad Police ..we salute u,” Nehwal tweeted.

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“When a criminal tries to escape, police are left with no other option, it can be said that justice has been done,” Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel said

RLD leader Rabri Devi said the police action today will act as a deterrent to other criminals. “What happened in Hyderabad will act as a deterrent against criminals surely, we welcome this. In Bihar as well, cases of crimes against women are increasing. The state Govt here is lax and doing nothing,” she said


  • Post midnight on Friday morning, the Telangana Police took the four accused to Chattapally, around 30 kilometers from the Hyderabad city, where the veterinarian’s body was set on fire and dumped.
  • The police said with this they can reconstruct the sequence of events that took place on the night of the crime with the lady.
  • The police took the accused to the spot where they have purchased petrol to burn the body, and to the place where her two-wheeler was dumped of.
  • The police said that on reaching Chattapally, the four accused attacked the cops and tried to escape.
  • After attacking the police, the four ran towards a deserted pathway. For which, in self-defense, they opened fire at the accused.