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Protests over rape, murder of woman vet in Telangana

Last updated on: November 30, 2019 20:06 IST

A large number of people staged a protest Saturday outside Hyderabad’s Shadnagar police station, where the accused in the rape and murder of a 27-year-old Hyderabad-based veterinary doctor were lodged before being shifted to Chanchalguda Central Jail.

The four accused in the case have been sent in judicial remand for 14 days.

A huge crowd can be seen raising slogans against the accused and throwing slippers at cops.

 

The incident, in which a 25-year-old veterinary doctor, who worked in a state-run hospital, was raped and killed by the four youth, all lorry workers, on the city outskirts, on Thursday night, has  triggered a national outrage.

Students participate in a rally in solidarity with P Priyanka Reddy, working as an assistant veterinarian at a state-run hospital whose charred remains was found under a culvert, in Hyderabad. Photograph: PTI Photo

Protesters and police clash during a demonstration demanding justice for P Priyanka Reddy in Hyderabad. Photograph: PTI Photo

WATCH: Protesters hurl footwear at the cops outside Hyderabad’s Shadnagar police station

 

Footwear lie on the road after clashes between protesters and police during a demonstration demanding justice for P Priyanka Reddy. Photograph: PTI Photo

Members of Indian Youth Congress light candles during a candle light march in solidarity with P Priyanka Reddy in New Delhi. Photograph: Kamal Singh/PTI Photo

The latest case of theveterinarian in Hyderabad, who was gang-raped and then burnt, has brought the issue of women's safety in the country in focus again as the Central government has "failed" to protect them, said Amrish Ranjan Pandey, media in-charge of IYC. Photograph: Kamal Singh/PTI Photo
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