NHRC team examine bullet injuries of the accused, likely to meet Disha’s family on Sunday

Hyderabad: A day after the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) took cognizance of the alleged ‘extra-judicial’ killing of the four accused in the gang-rape of Disha, a team from NHRC, on Saturday, examined the four bodies at Mahbubnagar  General Hospital.

The four accused  Mohammed Arif, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu – involved in the rape and murder  of Disha were gun down on December 6th . Following the alleged encounter, NHRC took cognizance and considered this case as a matter of  concern and needed to be probed carefully.

 

A  fact-finding team  arrived in  Hyderabad on Saturday (December 7th)  headed by Director General (Investigation). A seven-member team is  led  by senior police officer  Manzil Saini, who visited the hospital  besides the encounter spot. Three forensic doctors from Gandhi hospital headed by Dr. Kripal Singh accompanied the NHRC team at the Hospital.  

According to sources, In the presence of the forensic doctors, the NHRC team examined the bullet injuries on the bodies along with other wounds. ‘The officials arrived  at the hospital at around  1.30 p.m,  interacted with the forensic doctors and collected information from them. They also examined the post-morteum report prepared by the forensic doctors’ said a source. 

Following the High Court orders, the  post-morteum proceedings were video-graphed, the doctors from the Gandhi Hospital added. 

The latter, also visited the encounter spot besides the Toll plaza and the open plot where Disha was reportedly raped and murdered. 

The Cyberabad cops who accompanied the NHRC team explained the scene of offence, including the manner in which the charred body of Disha was found at the  Chattanpalli culvert.   

According to the schedule, the officials are likely meet the family of the Disha on December 8th and may  conclude their  visit on Monday  by submitting a report. 

While the inspection was on, Police maintained tight security at the Mahbubnagar hospital and encounter site. 

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