Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 24
The Supreme Court on Friday gave six extra months the time to Justice (Retd) VS Sirpurkar-led panel to conclude the inquiry into the encounter killing of 4 males accused of gang-raping and killing a veterinarian in Hyderabad in November final 12 months.
A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde prolonged the deadline for finishing the probe after the panel sought six further months to submit its last report.
The Supreme Court had on December 12, 2019, appointed a three-member panel headed by former high courtroom decide VS Sirpurkar to probe into the killing of 4 males accused of raping and murdering a veterinarian in Hyderabad by Telangana Police in an alleged pretend encounter.
The different two members of the panel are former Bombay HC decide Rekha Prakash Baldota and former CBI chief DR Kartikeyan.
An goal investigation was crucial as folks had proper to know the reality, the CJI had stated.
On November 27, 2019, the veterinarian was raped round midnight on close to Outer Ring Road at Shamshabad on the outskirt of Hyderabad. They later carried the physique to Chatanpally close to Shadnagar city and set her afire.
Police arrested lorry drivers Mohammed Pasha, alias Arif (26), Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu and lorry cleaners Jollu Shiva and Jollu Naveen (all aged 20) two days after the incident.
Police claimed the accused attacked policemen when taken to Chatanpally to recuperate the sufferer’s cell phone and reconstruct the crime scene. Two of the accused allegedly snatched weapons from policemen and opened hearth. All 4 had been killed after police returned the hearth, police stated.