Police reveal new chilling details about vet's rape, murder
HYDERABAD: The Cyberabad police on Sunday revealed chilling details in the rape and murder case of a woman veterinary doctor.
On the night of November 27, when the female doctor parked her two-wheeler and left to go to the dermatologist, the four accused noticed her and hatched a plan.
As part of their plan, one of the culprits deflated the tyre of the two-wheeler.
When the 26-year-old veterinarian returns and noticed one of the tyre was deflated, the culprits approached the doctor on the pretext of getting the two-wheeler repaired.
While one of the culprits took the vehicle, the other accused dragged her into some bushes and raped her, all within one hour.
When the victim screamed for help, they forcibly gave her whiskey, hit her on the head making her unconscious and raped her.
Afterwards, when she gain conscious again started shouting, the prime accusedkilled her by smothering.
'By the time Shiva returned to the spot after filling air in the tyre, she was already dead due to asphyxiation as they forcefully closed her mouth and nose. However, he went ahead and assaulted her body,' The Hindu quoted a senior officer as saying.
After committing the crime, the accusedthen wrapped the body in a blanket, took it in the lorry and carried it 27 km away from Shamshabad.
They then doused petrol over it and set it on fire in the underpass of Shadnagar Outer Ring Road.
The burnt body of a veterinary doctor was on Thursday found at Shadnagar outskirts in Telangana's Ranga Reddy district.
On seeing thenews of murder being telecast on media, an employee of the petrol bunkinformed the police about one of the suspects buying petrol the previous night.
Further analysis of the CCTV footage confirmed the details.
Condemning the incident, locals and people across the country raised slogans and demanded capital punishment for the accused.
During the march, angry citizens were seen holding placards stating, 'Urgent need of hour, strict punishment to rapists', 'Rape is not a punishment for poor judgement', 'Forgetting is difficult, remembering is worse', 'You are not a victim for sharing your story, you are survivor setting the world on fire with your story'.
Four persons have been arrested in the case so far and sent to the judicial remand of 14-days by a local court.
The four accused have been identified as Mohammad Areef, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu.
Earlier on Saturday, three cops were suspended over alleged negligence in filing the FIR in connection with the rape and murder of the veterinarian.