High court orders second autopsy in Disha’s case

The court also said that the Supreme Court has directed to collect evidence in the case and said that a re-postmortem will be conducted by the forensic experts from Delhi.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: December 21, 2019 18:06 IST
High court orders second autopsy in Disha’s case

The Telangana High Court has ordered that three forensic experts from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) should conduct a second post-mortem on the bodies of four accused persons shot dead in Disha rape and murder case.

 
The court also said that the Supreme Court has directed to collect evidence in the case and said that a re-postmortem should get conducted by the forensic experts from Delhi. However, the government's counsel told the court that re-postmortem is not needed with the officials from other states.
 
The bench consisting of Chief Justice Raghavendra Singh Chauhan and Justice A Abhishek Reddy had told earlier by the Gandhi Hospital superintendent Dr. Shravan that the bodies of the four persons got decomposed by about 50 percent and that the bodies were being preserved at 2 degrees centigrade temperature.
 
The division bench also ordered that the bullets and weapons used by the police in the alleged encounter killing should also preserve with the Special Investigation Team. The SIT should also preserve the vehicles used by the Police and maintain a record of all other details carefully.




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