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Grandson of Koneru Ranga Rao appears before SHRC
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Grandson of Koneru Ranga Rao appears before SHRC

Police intervenes as the situation takes a serious turn

Hyderabad, February 3, 2008

The Municipal Administration Minister, Koneru Ranga Rao’s grandson Koneru satish on Sunday appeared before the State Human Rights Commission, which was enquiring into the murder of pharmacy student Ayesha Meera in a women’s hostel in Ibrahimpatnam in last December. He deposed before the SHRC Registrar Vithal Rao Patil, following allegations made against his with regard to the crime.

He pleaded innocence while the Minister’s daughter and ZPTC member T Kumari squarely blamed the police for the delay in the probe. She said that she would stage a sit in front of the City Policed Commissionerate if the police fail to arrest the guilty in 15 days. The All India Democratic Women’s Association activists said in a raised voice that the police were going slowly only due to pressure from the minister.

The SHRC Registrar, whose enquiry entered the third day on Sunday, recorded the statements of more than six people including Sheik Ahmed Ali, a tractor mechanic of Tenali and Nagu Sheira, a nephew of Shamshad Begam, Aysha’s mother. Speaking to media, the SHRC Registrar said that the commission had so far examined 32 witnesses so far.

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