A time line of Disha rape and murder case

Here is the time line of the rape and murder of Hyderabad veterinarian

December 06, 2019 09:53 am | Updated 10:12 am IST

Employees of NTR veterinary super speciality hospital paying tributes to the Hyderabad veterinary doctor who was gang raped and murdered, in Vijayawada.

Employees of NTR veterinary super speciality hospital paying tributes to the Hyderabad veterinary doctor who was gang raped and murdered, in Vijayawada.

November 27, 2019: Disha (name changed), the vet is abducted from Tondupalli toll plaza on ORR by four persons.

November 28 : Her charred body is found at an underpass near Chattanpalli in Shadnagar. The father of the deceased identified the remains.

November 29:Four accused – Md. Arif, Jollu Naveen, Jollu Siva and Ch. Chennakeshavulu, native of Narayanpet district nabbed by police . Nation-wide protests against the brutal rape and murder.

November 30: Unprecedented protests in Shadnagar Town as the accused are brought to the local police station before being presented before the local magistrate. The accused are remanded in 14-day judicial custody. The accused shifted to Charlapalli Central Prison in Hyderabad.

December 1: Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao instructs officials to set up a fast track court to try the vet rape and murder case.

December 2: A petition is filed by the Cyberabad police in the Shadnagar court seeking custody of the four accused in the vet’s rape and murder case.

December 4: Shadnagar court grants seven days' police custody of the accused.

December 5: A Special Investigation Team of Cyberabad police take custody of the accused for further investigation.

December 6, 2019: The four accused gunned down in an encounter with the police near Chattanpalli after they allegedly tried to snatch the weapons in a bid to flee.

 

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