Man who gang-raped veterinarian caught for no license 2 days before the crime, escaped The police informed the media on Sunday that the accused stopped by RTA officials close to Mahbubnagar while traveling from Gangavathi in Karnataka to Hyderabad.
In yet another disturbing detail that has emerged after the brutal rape and murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad the Amin accused, who gang-raped and murdered the 27-year-old Hyderabad veterinarian, the lorry driver caught by officials of the Road Transport Authority for not having a valid driving license just two days before the crime committed.
The police informed the media on Sunday that the accused stopped by RTA officials close to Mahbubnagar while traveling from Gangavathi in Karnataka to Hyderabad.
However, the vehicle was never impounded. He escaped after officials stepped away when the truck failed to start as he had tampered with the vehicle on instructions given by the owner. Mohammed Areef, one of the accused in the rape and murder, caught for not renewing his driver's license.
Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday directed officials to ensure that the accused tried in a fast track court and the culprits get stringent punishment. The Chief Minister announced that the government would extend all the necessary help and support to members of the victim's family.