The panel beneficial that 10 policemen be tried for homicide. It stated the police model claiming that the accused snatched the pistol and tried to flee was ‘unbelievable and never backed by proof’
A Supreme Court-appointed probe panel on Friday stated that the 2019 encounter of 4 gang rape and homicide accused in Hyderabad was “staged.”
Notably, the panel beneficial that 10 policemen be tried for homicide.
The panel in its report stated that the accused had been “deliberately fired upon.”
“In our considered opinion, the accused were deliberately fired upon with an intent to cause their death and with the knowledge that the firing would invariably result in the death of the deceased suspect,” NDTV quoted the report as saying.
The report added that three of the accused had been minors versus the police model which stated that they had been 20-year-olds.
The committee stated that the police model claiming that the accused snatched the pistol and tried to flee was “unbelievable and not backed by evidence.”
In January 2022, the Justice Sirpurkar Commission constituted by the Supreme Court to research the encounter had submitted its report in a sealed cowl to the apex courtroom, News18 reported.
2019 Hyderabad gang rape and encounter
On 27 November 2019, a 27-year-old feminine veterinarian was gang raped and murdered close to a toll plaza in Telangana’s Shamshabad.
Her charred physique was discovered the subsequent day.
The 4 accused Mohammed Arif, Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu, Jolu Shiva, and Jollu Naveen had been arrested based mostly on proof gathered from CCTV cameras and eyewitness accounts.
They had been killed in an encounter on 6 December, 2019 on the crime spot.
Police stated that the accused had been making an attempt to flee in the course of the reconstruction of the crime scene.
With inputs from businesses
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