New details have emerged in the remand report filed by police in the brutal gang-rape and murder of the 26-year-old veterinary doctor from Shamshabad in Hyderabad, explaining how the police managed to crack the case. One of the crucial witnessed who helped is a petrol bunk worker, from whom the accused tried to buy petrol in loose.
A petrol pump worker, Lingaram Praveen Goud, called the police after the news of Hyderabad veterinarian's rape and murder was telecast. Goud said that two men on a red scooter had tried to buy petrol in plastic bottles but he refused as he was suspicious. He said that he could identify them which helped the police arrest the four accused.
The remand report confirmed that on the night of the murder, Jollu Shiva, who accused number two, had taken the 26-year-old veterinarian’s two-wheeler on the pretext of getting it repaired. Meanwhile, the other accused forcibly took her into some bushes and raped her. Shiva returned with the bike and raped her as well. Because the victim was shouting, they forcibly gave her alcohol. They then killed her by smothering.