Hyderabad: A fact-finding team of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Saturday completed the first day of its probe into the killing of all the four accused in the woman veterinarian’s gangrape and murder case by the police in an alleged “encounter” early Friday. The team visited four different places, including the scene of the encounter at Chatanpally near Shadnagar town. The team, comprising seven NHRC officials, began the visit from Mahabubnagar town, where they examined the bodies of the slain accused preserved in the government-run hospital.
The team examined the bullet injuries on the bodies and also spoke to forensic experts who conducted the autopsies. The hospital authorities also showed to the team the videos of the autopsies conducted late on Friday. The investigating officials of the human rights body also gathered other details from the administration. They later recorded the statements of the families of the four deceased. The team then left for Chatanpally near Shadnagar town where the police gunned down the accused in the alleged exchange of fire. The team members examined the scene of the encounter and gathered details from the officials of Cyberabad Police. (IANS)