Read how Telangana rape-murder accused spent first night in prison, catch full details

The four accused who were involved in Telangana doctor’s brutal rape and murder case are continuously under watch. They spent a sleepless night in jail. The accused, who have been lodged in a maximum-security jail in Cherlapalli in Telangana had mutton curry in dinner. It should be noted that the food that was served to them was as per the jail manual.

The accused in the Telangana rape and murder case were detained from their homes on Friday. The accused are Mohammad Areef, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen, and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu. It has been learnt that Mohammad Areef (25), who works as a driver, is the main accused in the Telangana rape-murder case.

Sources in the know of developments have told India Today TV that: “They spent the sleepless first night. They are continuously under watch. They had dal rice in lunch and mutton curry with rice in dinner as per the jail manual,” sources added.

“All accused are in perceiving mood,” sources told India Today TV.

The four of the accused were responsible for raping and burning 26-year-old veterinary doctor in Shamshabad of Ranga Reddy district in Telangana on a horrific Wednesday night on November 27. The accused sketched a plan to commit the murder when they saw the surgeon parking her scooter near the Shamshabad toll plaza.

It was when one of the accused punctured the rear wheel of her scooter when she was not there while the other guy approached her on the pretext of assiting her with the flat tire when she returned back to take her scooter.

Then another accused approached and also took her scooter away for a while to get it fixed. He then came back in some minutes and inform her all the repair shops were closed. Soon after this, the woman was then dragged away, raped and burnt.

The deceased body of the Hyderabad-based veterinary doctor was later discovered on the next day under a culvert in Chatanpally on the Hyderabad-Bengaluru national highway, just a few hours following the heinous crime.

Written by Sagar Abhinandan

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