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Pharmacy student Ayesha murder case rocks Assembly
Ayesha Murder Case

Pharmacy student Ayesha murder case rocks Assembly
Opposition parties stages walkout expressing dissatisfaction over inordinate delay

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Pharmacy student Ayesha murder case rocks Assembly

Opposition parties stages walkout expressing dissatisfaction over inordinate delay

Hyderabad, February 27, 2008

The rape and murder of Ayesha Meera rocked the Assembly for a second time in ten days with the Opposition parties questioning the inordinate delay in cracking it. The Telugu Desam Party, CPI(M), CPI, MIM and BJP walked out in protest against the indifference and negligence of the police and expressing dissatisfaction over the reply given by the Home Minister, K Jana Reddy. They sought to know whether the case was being handled by the CID or the Vijayawada police.

Devineni Umamaheswara Rao (TDP) raised the issue in the question hour faulted the police for registering a case under section 302 of IPC without looking into the charges of rape. He also questioned the delay in sending the body for postmortem. CPI(M) floor leader N Narasaiah charged the police of suppressing the facts and wondered why the police failed to file a case under Section 376 of the IPC.

Denying the Opposition charges, the Home Minister, K Jana Reddy said that the government would not hesitate to look into the charge of delay on the part of police to investigate the case. The Vijayawada Police Commissioner was investigating the case under the supervision of CID. He said that the government had written to the CBI for investigation and if the CBI declines to take up the case, the CID will investigate the case. Intervening during the reply, the Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy denied police apathy in probing the case.

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Pharmacy student Ayesha murder case rocks Assembly
Opposition parties stages walkout expressing dissatisfaction over inordinate delay

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