Telangana High Court docket has adjourned the matter to December 12
The Telangana High Court docket on Monday directed authorities to contain terminate the bodies of the four accused within the woman veterinarian case, who were killed in an alleged bump into with police, until December 13.
A division bench headed by Chief Justice RS Chauhan gave a route on this regard.
The court docket ordered that the bodies is likely to be shifted to the negate-elope Gandhi health center at Hyderabad if the authorities health center at Mahabubnagar does no longer glean the capacity to contain terminate them until December 13.
The bodies are currently kept at the authorities health center at Mahabubnagar after post-mortem following the alleged bump into on December 6.
When the plea came up, the Chief Justice puzzled as to whether any FIR has been registered in opposition to police officers who were thinking referring to the bump into.
The court docket turned into as soon as of the check out that as per Supreme Court docket tricks, an FIR is required to be registered in opposition to those thinking about an bump into.
Imply Long-established BS Prasad informed the court docket that two PILs had been filed within the Supreme Court docket on the the same space and the discontinuance court docket has posted the case for listening to on Wednesday.
In check out of this, he sought adjournment of the case beyond Wednesday.
Following this, the High Court docket adjourned the matter to December 12.
The court docket had on December 6 directed the negate authorities to contain terminate the bodies until 8 PM on December 9.
The court docket issued the route treating as a petition a representation obtained within the Place of business of the Chief Justice alleging that the “bump into” turned into as soon as a further-judicial killing and soliciting for judicial intervention.
The four accused were gunned down by police on Friday morning at Chattanpalli when they were taken to the scene of crime near the culvert, beneath which the charred remains of the 25-three hundred and sixty five days-outmoded veterinarian were came one day of on November 28, to recover her cell phone, wrist-hang and varied property touching on the case.
The Cyberabad police had said its personnel resorted to “retaliatory” firing after two of the accused opened fire at police after snatching their weapons moreover attacking the latter with stones and sticks, ensuing in injuries to 2 policemen.