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Father Of Hyderabad Rape Victim Expresses His Gratitude After Police Encounter Which Killed All Four Accused

Raman74

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Father Of Hyderabad Rape Victim Expresses His Gratitude After Police Encounter Which Killed All Four Accused

The father of Hyderabad vet who was gruesomely raped and murdered, has expressed his gratitude towards the police and the government after all four accused were killed in an encounter in the wee hours of Friday (6 December), ANI has reported.

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The encounter is said to have taken place near the crime scene. The police claim they had to shoot to prevent them from doing so and in self-defence.

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Balacs

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My first impression was that these brutes have got their just desserts. A substantial amount of time and money would have been spent on providing them free legal assistance, security, boarding and lodging aka Ajmal Kassab.

However, India is not a medieval country like Saudi Arabia where blood money can be paid to relatives of victims to go scot-free. Though in this particular case, justice might have been served, one should keep the larger picture in mind. The police cannot run rampant and sometimes use such opportunities to settle scores. They cannot both award the punishment and carry out the sentence. However, at certain times, these "encounters" are necessary to get rid of dreaded criminals and murderers aka Veerappan.
 

Raman74

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Well done Hyderabad Police..

Hyderabad vet rape and murder: People shout slogans in support of police, CM at encounter site


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“CM zindabad, police zindabad” slogans rent the air on the NH-44 near Chatanpalli, the place where the four accused the rape and murder of 27-year-old vet Disha (name changed) were killed in an encounter with the police.

It was celebration time at the encounter site and hundreds of people from Shadnagar and nearby places thronged to have a glimpse of the slain accused. Police were showered with flower petals. “CM zindabad, police zindabad and Bharat Mata ki jai” slogans rent the air.

People offered flowers at the spot where Disha was torched after her body was brought there by the four accused after the rape. Traffic on the arterial NH-44 connecting Hyderabad and Bengaluru came to a grinding halt as a lar

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drsundaram

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There are some who still naively argue in the context of Hyderabad encounter killing of rapists that justice should be delivered by the courts and not by the police. Oh really??? Remember Mohammad Afroz? He was the brutal juvenile rapist and murderer of Nirbhaya. The courts worked at a leisurely pace to punish the guilty after 5 years. What was the max punishment? Mohammad Afroz was jailed for 3 years and then released. He was given a new identity and was entrusted to the custody of a leftist NGO. This NGO then rehabilitated him as a cook in a different city. His new employer doesn't know about the heinous crime he had committed. Psychopathic rapist-murderers are repeat offenders and the criminal would eventually rape-kill another innocent woman.
This is the kind of justice which Indian courts deliver. If that is the kind of justice you want then you have no moral foot hold. This police's action is preferable to having impotent laws and a pathetic judicial system which only shields the criminals till atleast our judicial system is rebuilt from scratch and stands respected and abided. I am glad that Hyderabad police did better. Their action is morally defensible.
 
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Raman74

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Hyderabad rape-murder case: What Supreme Court guidelines say on encounter killings

In 2014, the Supreme Court issued 16 requirements that it said must be met in matters of investigating police encounters. It said these will set the standard procedure for thorough, effective and independent investigation into deaths caused in police encounters.


The killing of four accused in the Hyderabad rape-murder case this morning by the Hyderabad Police has triggered a heated debate, dividing public opinion between the ones hailing the killings as "justice" being delivered and those who are raising questions on its legality-even terming it as extra-judicial killings.

In 2014, the Supreme Court issued 16 requirements that it said must be met in matters of investigating police encounters. It said these will set the standard procedure for thorough, effective and independent investigation into deaths caused in police encounters.

The court said:

1) RECORD TIP-OFF: Whenever the police is in receipt of any intelligence or tip-off regarding criminal movements or activities pertaining to the commission of grave criminal offence, it shall be reduced into writing in some form (preferably into case diary) or in some electronic form.


Such recording need not reveal details of the suspect or the location to which the party is headed. If such intelligence or tip-off is received by a higher authority, the same may be noted in some form without revealing details of the suspect or the location.

(2) REGISTERING FIR MUST IN ENCOUNTER DEATHS: If pursuant to the tip-off or receipt of any intelligence, as above, encounter takes place and firearm is used by the police party and as a result of that, death occurs, an FIR to that effect shall be registered and the same shall be forwarded to the court under Section 157 of the Code without any delay. While forwarding the report under section 157 of the code, the procedure prescribed under Section 158 of the code shall be followed.

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Raman74

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Top cop Sajjanar was handling a case of acid attack on two girls when the accused were shot dead

Waking up to the 'killing by police' of Disha killers, the people of Warangal district recalled a similar incident that took place in 2008.

Incidentally, it was V.C. Sajjanar who was the Superintendent of Police of Warangal district, who handled the case of acid attack on two girls that shook the country then. There was massive public outrage and pressure on the police to kill the accused immediately.

It took three days for the police to arrest the three youth – S Srinivasa Rao, P Harikrishna and B Sanjay who attacked two girls – Swapnika and Praneetha, who just came out of their college. The youth were hiding in the agricultural fields on the city outskirts, where they hid the acid bottles.

When the police found out, the youth allegedly tried to snatch away the weapon from the police constable and the police immediately shot them dead.

Prior to the alleged killing, the police came under heavy attack from the public, and hundreds of girl students from various colleges took out rallies criticising the police for their failure to arrest the accused. They even staged a protest demonstration at the district police office.

On hearing the 'killing by police' of the accused, the public burst into joy and heaped praise on the police for their action.

A similar incident took place in 2007 when 10-year-old Manisha was kidnapped from her school in Warangal. The accused killed her and threw the body into an agricultural well at Lingampally village in Station Ghanpur mandal. The then Superintendent of Police Soumya Mishra came under heavy criticism and there was public outrage. Students took out rallies and held protest demonstrations. When the accused were caught and taken to the crime scene reconstruction at the agricultural well, they allegedly tried to escape and police were forced to open fire, killing them on the spot.

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Raman74

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Why killing of 4 rape accused by Hyderabad Police is no cause for joy

Police said the four accused gangraped and murdered 27-year-old Hyderabad doctor. They were shot dead after they tried to escape, claimed police. This is all police's version. No law in India sanctions encounter of accused by police.



Mayawati, the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh said the police action is "commendable" and that justice has been done. She went on to say, "Had police taken a similar tough action in the case of Nirbhaya gangrape, justice could have been delivered early."

Nirbhaya (not the original name) was gangraped and fatally injured by six persons in a moving bus in Delhi in December 2012. Four of the accused were sentenced to death. But the death sentence has not yet been executed.

The mercy petition of one of the four convicts on the death row was rejected by the Delhi government on December 1 this year. The delay has led to many questioning the justice delivery system. Parents of Nirbhaya - a paramedic student - expressed frustration over their "unending wait for justice".

Reacting to the Hyderabad Police's killing of the gangrape accused, Nirbhaya's mother said it was an "ointment to my wound".

However, the police action is bound to face a judicial scrutiny. This is a mandatory follow-up in the wake of 2015 Supreme Court ruling in the People's Union for Civil Liberties versus State of Maharashtra case.

The Supreme Court made it "mandatory for a magistrate to investigate so-called encounter deaths to ensure that investigations into police encounters are carried out effectively and independently to ensure that investigations into police encounters are carried out effectively and independently".

There is no law that sanctions killing of an accused of any crime, including that of rape and murder. This forms the basis for a robust judicial system.

The police are an investigating agency and not entitled to adjudicate cases

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Venky adi

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Death for death is not a solution.

This Is No Justice: We Need Serious Police And Judicial Reforms Not Shortcuts Like Hyderabad Encounter
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No wonder the masses cheer when the accused criminals are lynched even without due process. Because due process has failed countless victims and no one sees light at the end of the tunnel. If the system had delivered time-bound justice to Jyoti Singh and her family, we would be having considerably less number of cheerleaders for Hyderabad Police’s encounter killing.

While this may be enough to satiate many a bleeding heart, it is not justice. Far from it.

There is simply no way to know whether the four accused were actually the ones who committed the crime. That’s what courts are for.

The police cannot be allowed to play judge, jury and executioner, and certainly not given the fact how vulnerable it is to influence of those in power. This is a slippery slope everyone must shudder to tread on.

Serving justice is not a spectator sport and the police aren’t the gladiators who are there to satisfy the urges of bloodthirsty crowd in the Colosseum
. It is for this reason that this encounter needs serious probe by an independent central agency, and all the guilty must be punished.

What we rather need are radical police and judicial reforms not shortcuts and cheap thrills such as encounter killings.

Lakhs of posts are vacant in police departments across the country (19 lakh less than the sanctioned strength). Around three million cases are pending in courts, half of which are pending for more than two years. Around 5,000 judicial posts are vacant at the subordinate level. The figure for high courts is in hundreds.

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Venky adi

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Many believe that Instant justice is unacceptable and is a breach of human rights which will make people lose trust in the judicial system.

Will they justify the following encounters too…..???

20 Red-sandalwood Smugglers Killed in Encounter in Chittoor District

A special task force killed twenty red-sandalwood smugglers in the wee hours on Tuesday morning in Chittoor district.

Poor fellows, the only bread winner of the families engaged by some miscreant have lost their lives

Read more at: https://www.newindianexpress.com/states/andhra-pradesh/2015/apr/07/20-Red-sandalwood-Smugglers-Killed-in-Encounter-in-Chittoor-District-739296.html

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Hyderabad 'encounter' puts police-style justice under lens

Though not so regular a feature, this is not the first instance that such executions have taken place in the region.

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Even as politicians and the public were demanding speedy justice and punishment, the Telangana Police on Friday morning announced the death of all the four accused in an 'encounter' at the spot where the crime had been committed on November 27.

The focus of public debate has now veered towards the correctness of the police action, riding piggyback on public indignation in literally executing the accused in an extra-judicial manner.

Predictably, public's reaction to the development has been ecstatic. For a change, the police are basking in the adulation and bouquets that are coming their way.

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But as the initial euphoria is settling down, questions began to pop up about the legality and ethicality of an obviously extra-judicial execution by a state arm.

Though not so regular a feature, this is not the first instance that such executions have taken place in the region.

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken suo moto cognizance of media reports on the alleged 'encounter' and sought a report from the Telangana Police on the matter.

In all probability, Friday's 'encounter' death will get buried by other controversies that will raise their heads with each passing day.

Hopefully, the current developments will lead to increased pro-activity in terms of introducing tougher laws, accelerating the pace of justice and creating awareness to set the stage for weeding out crimes against women.

Read more at: https://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/hyderabad/2019/dec/06/hyderabad-encounter-puts-police-style-justice-under-lens-2072461.html
 
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prasad1

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On Friday morning, as television channels recreated the Hyderabad ‘encounter’ scene, the man behind the scenes was V.C. Sajjanar, the Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad, who is in charge of investigating the young veterinarian’s rape and murder case. While Hyderabad’s ‘Justice for Disha’ protesters celebrate the news of the extrajudicial killing, which is currently being perceived as “quick justice”, Sajjanar who is set to hold a press conference later on Friday, is being lauded for not just one ‘encounter’ but two.

In 2008, Sajjanar, who was Superintendent of Police, Warangal, was in charge of investigating an acid attack case which had led to massive protests across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (one state at the time). That year, two women—Swapnika and T. Pranitha—were attacked with acid by three young men—S. Srinivas (25), D. Sanjay (22) and P. Harikrishna (24). The attack happened after Swapnika, a student of Kakatiya Institute of Technology, Warangal, rejected a proposal from Srinivas.

The two women were admitted immediately in a private hospital in Warangal and then shifted to a private hospital in Hyderabad. As they were undergoing treatment, the police team headed by Sajjanar released the news of the ‘encounter’ killing of the three men. According to the press conference held by Sajjanar at the time, the police had taken the men to Mamnoor in the outskirts of Warangal. There, according to the police, the youth tried to attack them with country-made weapons and acid bottles which they had allegedly hidden. The police retaliated and all the three were killed in ‘encounter’. As a section of the civil society accused the police of taking law into their own hands, the Chief Minister of the time, Congress’s Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, later denied that the youth were killed in ‘fake encounter’.

On Friday, as news about Hyderabad’s encounter broke, the Warangal encounter is back in public memory, especially as the method that the police adopted for “evidence collection” seems to be similar.





The justice system is so slow that people never see justice carried out.
But vigilante justice is very dangerous.
 

Raman74

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Yes ,in some of the case,the justice system is very slow.

There are a battery of ingenious Senior Advocates practising at Delhi Supreme Court and if you pay hefty fees, they will ensure that the case is dragged on for more than two decades. They will burn their night oil study the case in depth and shall made efforts to drag the case by their skills, adopting strategy of steady stream of jurisdictional objections and interim applications on technical and procedural aspects, and then spun them out through appeals to the High Court and Supreme Court. Some were remarkably innovative; for example, the plea that if the Respondent did not understand English, they will demand for Regional language translation of hundreds of pages of case documents. They will transfer the Judges, They will transfer the case to Courts of different jurisdiction if the accused is a powerful politician

They will opine that there is no rule that bail should be denied like in the case of P.Chidambram, etc

In Jayalalitha’s Disproportionate Asset case (which is one of the high-profile corruption case), these Senior Advocates ensured that it is dragged on for nearly two decades, but for no-nonsense Judge like John Michael D’Cunha, who warned, cautioned and even fined them, they could have tried more tricks to drag the case for another decade. And all the learned Judges are not that much meticulous, sensitive, vigilant and judicious in appraisal.

It is these learned Advocates who twists the law to their advantage and try to drag the cases. Ultimately, the Applicant who with all hope knocked the doors of the court seeking relief, may at one stage feel that that it is going to be a long and winding road to get justice rendered.

It is reported that 38% judges posts are vacant some as long as 10 months contributing delay in delivery of justice. It is reported in today's TOI that there are 44,75 lakhs of cases and the litigants are waiting for delivery of justice and it is not known for how long.....!!!

Most have faith that the law will prevail.


What some of the litigants forget is that ‘Be you ever so high (and aim even higher), the law is above you’.
 
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Raman74

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The Telangana high court has stayed the funeral of the four accused killed in an alleged encounter by the Hyderabad police and ordered the bodies be preserved till Monday evening, the day it will hear a public interest litigation questioning the legality of the encounter in detail.

It is reported that Taking suo motu cognisance of the “encounter killing", the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) will conduct a spot inquiry at the site of the alleged “encounter”

Replying to a question about the criticism from NHRC and others regarding the encounter, Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar said, “The law has done its duty.”

Now, media will be busy with news on this topic, till some other sensational news crop up.

 

Raman74

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Any individual, who violates the law of the land, is bound to face consequences as per the law and in such a case, his freedom may be restricted depending upon the gravity of offence as such committed.

Senior advocates Kapil Sibal and Abhishek Manu Singhvi represent the former Union Finance Minister in this case, and would have been paid hefty fees. What can be expected from them. They are loyal to their clients. They are not definitely Judges. They can only represent. It is the Judge who decide based on the

The Hindu reported that the bench

“was of the opinion that the prima facie allegations against Chidambaram are serious in nature and that he played a key and active role in the case. While declining the bail plea … the judge said granting relief to such offenders would send a wrong message”.

Prima facie the allegations are serious in nature and the petitioner has played active and key role in the present case. It cannot be disputed that the entire community is aggrieved if economic offenders who ruin the economy of the state are not brought to book, as such offences affect the very fabric of democratic governance and probity in public life," the court said in its 41-page dismissing the bail plea.

Denying Bail or releasing the accused are duty of the Court considering various factors such as nature or seriousness of the offence, the character of the evidence, circumstances which are peculiar to the accused, reasonable apprehension of the witnesses being tampered with, the larger interests of the public or the state and similar other factors. It is the solemn duty of the Court to decide the bail applications.

Senior Lawyers who have been paid hefty fees by P. Chidambaram have no say in such matters expect representing their case.

Ultimately, the Court only will decide. Law of the land will prevail.
 

jaythakar

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Well done Hyderabad Police..

Hyderabad vet rape and murder: People shout slogans in support of police, CM at encounter site


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“CM zindabad, police zindabad” slogans rent the air on the NH-44 near Chatanpalli, the place where the four accused the rape and murder of 27-year-old vet Disha (name changed) were killed in an encounter with the police.

It was celebration time at the encounter site and hundreds of people from Shadnagar and nearby places thronged to have a glimpse of the slain accused. Police were showered with flower petals. “CM zindabad, police zindabad and Bharat Mata ki jai” slogans rent the air.

People offered flowers at the spot where Disha was torched after her body was brought there by the four accused after the rape. Traffic on the arterial NH-44 connecting Hyderabad and Bengaluru came to a grinding halt as a lar

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Krishna in the final chapter of Gita elaborates on the Vedantic view of the removal of karma and attachments. The physical body, ego, mind, intellect and organs, actions and the influence of past karma are the reasons for our existence. The one who is a dimwit considers self as the doer of everything, does not understand anything. The one who has renounced all the attachments and possessions and is with unitive mind, may be a killer, but does not kill and suffers no consequences of action. Thus Krishna frees the mind of Arjuna to perform his duty of a warrior and to fight.
 

SRIDHAR MN

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About this ongoing & recurring matter, nobody thinks seriously about the root cause of such crimes! What it is???

It is the Video, Audio media like FILMS, TVs, Mobiles, APPS etc. & wrong friends & friendships. In particular, Films [all langs. filled with filthy masalas] & snatching away jobs of unemployed youth by ladies/girls.

Even few decades back not many such crimes used to occur often in the country. Now, bcos of these filthy Directors, Produces, Actors [mainly] & their Films etc. situation gone out of control - provoking the youth to try it out on the streets and feel the experience what's seen in Films etc. Most of the village-side & second-tier towns & cities boys/youths wandering around in search of jobs/earnings but if they dont get jobs/earnings then Idle minds will become devils workshop; thus, resulting in such crimes often.

Dirty Filmworld, Politicians, Governments & to some extent working & stylish show-off girls, ladies also responsible for all these rots happening in our societies.

Shaastras say, Udyogam Purusha Lakshanam & Gruhini Gruhamuchyathe!!

But who cares for such noble saying! If you tell shastras, people say Time has changed that not to read & practice/implement it in our day-to-day life.

How the time has changed? Sun is same/there, Moon is same/there, Earth is same/there, Wind, Light, Water almost all everything is there like they were during centuries.

The change happened is in the minds of greedy, selfish & lazy acts of human beings I think. Human beings always trying to win over Earth, Space & other natural resources, end up in chaos like these, crimes, abnormalities.

If we think in the mind of both a rowdy jobless male youth & literate male jobless youth, then we can understand the pains they are passing thru in the early stages.

Naturally, they will first honestly try for jobs & if not got, indulge in crime thus disturbing the fabric society.

Now, if you see in any family all educated, everyone wants to go to work & earn whether it is really reqd or not. If girls & ladies sit & do their domestic work diligently being in home, unemployment levels prevailing in each parts of the country will get reduced gradually.

But, once girls, ladies become literate, they wont listen to elders, parents etc. advise OR societal responsibility.

Added to this, ladies leaning towards style-making, Westener outlook, outfit in a traditional country like ours on the Eastern side, will poison the minds of millions of unemployed city, village side male youths and they plunge into action doing monstrous crimes against women.

Not against ladies working or reaching heights but concern is it is snatching away the job opportunities of desperate menfolk. Youths who do not succeed in flying abroad for job & settle, would finally engage in groups and keep on doing attacks like these.

Our [ladies] job-going mindset has to stop for effecting changes in the lives of millions of male youths in this country.

It is written with a good intention, not to hurt any heart, so kindly do not feel otherwise!
 

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