Vet doc gang-rape case: Women detained for protesting near parliament

Hyderabad: Parliament police on Saturday detained a woman who was protesting near Parliament House demanding justice for gang rape and murder victim who was a veterinary doctor. The protestor, identified as Anu Dubhe, was asked to go to Jantar Mantar and protest. On refusing to budge from there, she was detained.

Meanwhile, Dhube was not the only one to be protesting. A group of seven to eight people, also protested near Gate No. 2 & 3 of Parliament holding placards demanding ‘we want justice’.

Chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women Swati Maliwal went to Parliament Police station to meet the detained person, who was released after the police listened to her grievances.

Similar protests were underway in Hyderabad, where people took to streets demanding justice to the victim. Meanwhile, Shadnagar locals protested outside Shadnagar police station demanding the police to hand over the convicts to the public.

The four accused Mohammed Areef, Jollu Naveen, Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu and Jollu Shiva will be produced in the court later today.

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