SHAMSHABAD: The residents of Nakshatra Colony, Shamshabad where the veterinary doctor's family lived, closed the gates of the colony, denied entry to political leaders and police from entering the colony. Few policeman who were in the colony were also sent out by them. From inside the gate they residents were shouting "No Media, No Police, Politicians Go back" and clearly stated that until justice was meted out to the victim's family they would not let anyone inside the colony. They also locked the gates from inside and were seen telling the police the same. A few political leaders left the place after being refused entry, while a few CPI leaders joined the protestors who were staging protests in front of the gates with placards.
There was mild tension after the police were seen trying to pacify the residents who were telling people there to leave. They said that they were not against the media as it was the media who had highlighted the issue. They angry residents vented their ire at the Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao, demanded that he bring the four accused to the gates, and bring justice to the bereaved family. They questioned as to why he had not even given a statement about the heinous episode and till justice was meted out to the deceased veterinarian's family, they would keep the gates closed.
After the death of the veterinarian who was brutally raped and murdered by four youth, there was a deluge of political leaders including Telangana Ministers' P Sabitha Indra Reddy, T Srinivas Yadav, Union Minister Kishen Reddy and Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali in the past four days.
The family who are in state of grief have been bombarded with a flurry of visitors to give their condolences, apart from the media & politicians and ministers with their assurances for speedy justice.
Meanwhile three cops were suspended over alleged negligence in filing the FIR in connection with the rape and murder of the veterinary doctor on Saturday.
Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar said that, Sub-inspector M Ravi Kumar and head constables P Venu Gopal Reddy and A Sathyanarayana Goud with the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Police Station were placed under suspension till further orders based on the findings of a detailed enquiry.
This was done after a detailed enquiry was conducted on the dereliction of duty on delaying the registration of FIR relating to a missing woman of Shamshabad Police Station on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday, he said..
All the officers of the Cyberabad police have been once again instructed to register the cases irrespective of jurisdiction whenever a complaint related to cognisable offence is received in the police station.
The burnt body of the doctor was found at Shadnagar outskirts in the Telangana's Ranga Reddy district. As per the preliminary probe, it is said that the veterinary doctor was sexually assaulted and murdered and later set afire.
Four people identified as Mohammad Areef, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu have been arrested in the case and sent to 14-day judicial custody by a Ranga Reddy court on Saturday.
Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan on Saturday assured the family of the veterinarian that "constitutionally and legally" she would do everything to ensure they get justice soon with the setting up of a fast-track court and the trial being held on a daily basis. The police will be asked to conclude the probe and file the chargesheet against the accused at the earliest, she said.