Mumbai police visits Masulipatnam in Anuhya alleged rape and murder case
February 3, 2014 - Hyderabad
A three member Mumbai police team as part of investigation in Anuhya case visited Machilipatnam. The team lead by Kunjurmarg Police station inspector Ashok Phapale.
The Mumbai police that registered the case in Kunjurmarg police station and two teams have left for Hyderabad and Masulipatnam. The police officials met the members of Anuhya and the Superintendent of Police K Srinivasa Rao. Speaking to press, the inspector said that they have come to Machilipatnam as part of investigation and three suspects in the case are being investigated. The Masulipatnam police have provided the information sought by them.
It may be recalled here that one team arrived in Hyderabad to nab a suspect young man who was seen standing behind her based on CCTV footage at Karla Railway terminus. They suspect him to be the person in the crime. Anuhya Singavarapu Jonathan Prasad, father of Esther, met the Union Home Minister Shushil Kumar Shine and sought his intervention in speeding up the probe which the Home Minister directed the Maharashtra Government to swift the action in the case. Meanwhile, TDP leaders in a representation to the Home Minister, he complained of the apathy of the Mumbai police. He explained him of the terrible experience with the Mumbai Police during the search for his dither. He told him of the negligence on the part of the police and explained him in detail the experiences he had and sought his direction to the Maharashtra government. TDP leaders from Krishna district met the Chairperson of National Commission for Women on Monday Mamata Sharma. They have requested her to give directions to speed up the investigation of Anuhya murder and rape case.