Unfortunate She Called Her Sister, Not Cops: Telangana Minister’s Shocker on Veterinarian’s ‘Rape’, Murder

The woman is suspected to have been killed near Tondupally toll plaza in Shamshabad on the outskirts of Hyderabad and her body was dumped and burnt 25 km away at Chatanpally bridge near Shadnagar town.

New Delhi: A Telangana minister on Friday kicked up a storm with his comments asking why a 22-year-old veterinarian, whose charred body was found a day earlier near Shadnagar town, had chosen to call her sister for help and not the police.

“We are saddened by the incident, the police is alert and controlling crime,” said minister Mohamad Mahmood Ali. “It is unfortunate that she called her sister and not ‘100’ (the police helpline). Had she called ‘100’, she could have been saved.”

The family members believe that had the Cyberabad police acted on time, the woman could have been saved as some security lapses have been reported.

The woman is suspected to have been killed after she was allegedly gang-raped near Tondupally toll plaza in Shamshabad on the outskirts of Hyderabad and her body was dumped and burnt 25 km away at Chatanpally bridge near Shadnagar town. The police are yet to ascertain if she was bludgeoned or strangulated to death.

The woman had called her sister around 9:45 pm and told her that her vehicle was punctured and that somebody has offered to help her and took her vehicle for repair. The woman also reportedly told her sister that she was afraid of some truck drivers near her.

Her sister had advised her to leave the vehicle, come to the toll plaza and return home by a cab. However, the doctor’s phone was switched off when her sister tried to call her later.

Cyberabad police have taken two truck drivers and two cleaners into custody and recovered the victim’s clothes, footwear and a liquor bottle near the toll plaza, where the veterinarian had parked her two-wheeler. The accused, identified as Mohd Pasha, Naveen, Keshavulu and Shiva, were caught after scanning the CCTV footage from surveillance cameras installed near the toll plaza.

The owner of a tyre repair shop nearby told police that a youth had brought a scooty between 9:30 pm and 10 pm.

Since the family was unable to reach her, they lodged a missing complaint with the police around 11 pm. The police found the charred body near Shadnagar on Thursday morning.

Investigations revealed that the victim had left her house in Shamshabad for a veterinary hospital at Kolluru village. She returned in the evening at the toll plaza, parked her scooty nearby and took a cab to go to Gachibowli to visit a dermatologist. When she returned to the spot around 9 pm, she found the two-wheeler punctured.

Police suspect the vehicle was deliberately punctured by the culprits to trap the victim. They took her to the secluded place near the Tondupally toll gate, raped her between the parked trucks and killed her.

Source: News18

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