Dr Priyanka Reddy, a veterinary doctor from Shamshabad in Hyderabad was found dead with her body partially burnt under Chatanpalli bridge in Shadnagar on Thursday morning. She had worked as a doctor in Kolluru village. The incident happened on Wednesday night. She was raped, smothered and then burnt by four men who are said to be hailing from Narayanpet. Four people were detained by the Cyberabad police on Friday. The police said that the accused who were consuming alcohol at Shamshabad toll plaza saw Priyanka parking her scooter and hatched the plan to rape her. And one of them Jollu Naveen punctured the rear wheel of the doctor's scooter which was parked at a place. When the doctor returned to take her scooter at around 9. The prime accused Areef then approached on the pretext of getting the scooter fixed. Another accused Jollu Shiva took her scooter, on the pretext of getting it repaired, and came back after some time and told her that all the repair shops were closed.
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She was gang raped at as isolated place, strangled to death. Her body was burnt in an under bridge, 27 kms away from crime scene. Chandrashekhar Rao on Sunday directed officials to ensure that the accused in woman veterinarian's gang-rape and murder are tried in a fast track court and the culprits get stringent punishment. In his first reaction since the ghastly crime on the outskirts of Hyderabad on November 27, the Chief Minister expressed his deep anguish. KCR, as Rao is popularly known, decided to set up a fast track court to deal with the case. He asked the officials concerned to take measures in this regard. He noted that in the case relating to rape and murder of a minor girl in Warangal, setting up of the fast track court ensured the verdict in 56 days, and in in the young veterinarian's case too, the verdict should come quickly. The Chief Minister announced that the government would extend all the necessary help and support to members of the victim's family. According to the police all the four accused hailed from Narayanpet district. The shocking incident has revived the memories of Nirbhaya case of December when a young girl was abducted and raped in a running bus in New Delhi.
It has become an everyday thing to hear about rape and how sometimes, the victims are killed. But, when is justice served? Is it when the rapist is killed or when he appears before a court, where he is placed on trial and then judgment is served? In the wee hours of Friday morning, the four men who were accused raping year-old Hyderabadi veterinarian Priyanka Reddy were encountered when they opened fire on the policemen while reenacting the scene.
In this world where everything is instant, people want instant justice as well. They want a revamp of the age-old judicial system that prosecutes rapists instantly. We talk to people across the city and find out their reactions. Pragna N, a database administrator feels that justice has been served.
Shooting them was the correct thing to do. If they are let loose in public, they are still a threat. Looking at what happened to these four guys, men will hopefully think twice before even attempting rape.
Popular Sandalwood film director KM Chaitanya would like to look at this entire scenario in two ways. This is a high profile case. These victims would have definitely been accompanied by several policemen.
We all feel outraged by this case. But this encounter sets a dangerous precedent. Now if we hail the police action in this case, what guarantee that more such encounters might not happen? And those might happen where the accused might only be suspects and not guilty.
We cannot be a police state. And if this is justice, what about Khatua, Unnao, Chinmayanand and all those cases where the accused are roaming scot free? Sangeeta Amarnath, a sociologist feels this will be an eye-opener. Those who feel that they can get away scotfree will be careful.
I think women will now feel more secure as the law is giving them a weapon to fight back. People will think twice before approaching a woman and it will definitely help women traveling at night. Pramila Nesargi, a lawyer feels that the entire law system needs a revamp. Whatever has happened is just right. This is an eye-opener for the government and parliament as people are no longer interested in the sluggish way a trial is conducted.
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