Hyderabad: On the night of November 27-28 in Cyberabad four men had raped with a female veterinarian and had also burnt her body alive.The echo of this incident was heard from over the country to the Parliament. Protests were taking place across the country to punish the accused as soon as possible. On Friday, when the Telangana police took the four accused to the crime scene near the National Highway-44 to reconstruct the crime scene, they tried to escape. During this, all four accused were killed in an encounter by the police.
Know the entire incident from the beginning of the case to an encounter:
27 November 2019: Four accused gang-raped with a female veterinarian working in a government hospital. While they were all drunk and they saw the scooty tire was punctured. So by seeking help they had raped and had also burnt the body of the doctor alive.
28 November 2019: The half-dead body of a 25-year-old female veterinarian was found under a bridge in Shadnagar. After finding the dead body, this heinous case shook the whole country.
November 29, 2019: Telangana police arrested four people between the ages of 20 to 24 on the charges of rape and murder during the investigation of this case. The four accused were identified as Mohammad Arif, Siva, Naveen and C. Chennakeshvulu.
November 29, 2019: Court sends accused to 14 days judicial custody. Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar said the incident was carried out under a conspiracy. The victim’s mother demanded that all the culprits be burnt alive in front of everyone.
November 29: Shadnagar Bar Association announced that no legal help will be given to those accused of rape and murder of a doctor. Lawyers in Hyderabad also supported.
30 November 2019: Telangana Chief Minister K.K. Chandrashekhar Rao announced the formation of a fast track court for speedy trial. Members of the National Commission for Women met the families of the victims.
1 December 2019: Telangana Director General of Police (DGP) M Mahendra Reddy took action against the policemen who had committed the case. Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar suspended three policemen in this case.
2 December 2019: The echo of the case of rape and murder of a doctor in Hyderabad was also heard in Parliament.
3 December 2019: Swati Maliwal, chairperson of the Delhi Women’s Commission, started a fast in Delhi, demanding stringent legislation. Chennakeshawulu, one of the four accused in Cherlapally Jail, has sought treatment for kidney disease.
4 December 2019: Announcement of formation of a special court in Mahbubnagar district court soon for hearing of rape and murder of female doctor in Hyderabad.
6 December 2019: The four accused in the case were killed by the police in an encounter. Police said that during the reconstruction of the crime scene, the accused snatched the weapon from the police and opened fire on them. After which all four accused were killed in retaliation.