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Activists and lawyers have knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court, Telangana High Court and National Human Rights Commission to look into the encounter killing of the four people accused in the murder and rape of veterinary doctor Disha (name changed) in Hyderabad.

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Maja Daruwala from CHRI and Henri Tiphagne of People’s Watch, have together approached NHRC to preserve the bodies of the deceased

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Cyberabad: The video of the post-mortem of the accused has been handed over to the Principal District Judge, Mahbubnagar. The district judge will be handing over the copy to the Registrar General of the Telangana High Court by tomorrow. 

The Telangana Court has also asked the police to preserve the bodies until December 9. The matter will be taken up before the Chief Justice of India on December 9.

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காவல்துறை குற்றவாளிகளை என்கவுன்டர் மூலம் கொல்லும்போது பெரும்பாலானவர்கள் அதனை ஆதரிக்கிறார்கள். ஆனால், இம்மாதிரியான கொலைகளை ஆதரிப்பது எதிர்காலத்தில் மிக ஆபத்தான நிலைமைக்கு எடுத்துச் செல்லும் என்கிறார்கள் மனித உரிமை செயற்பாட்டாளர்கள். இந்த ஆதரவு எங்கிருந்து உருவாகிறது?

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HYDERABAD: The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) with its headquarters in New Delhi, and Madurai-based "People’s Watch" organizations have written to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to preserve the bodies of four accused who died in the police encounter in Telangana on Friday. They said the post mortem should be conducted by an independent panel of autopsy surgeons.

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A petition has been submitted to the NHRC, asking it to ensure that the post-mortem of the four accused in Cyberabad gang-rape and murder case is conducted out of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

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Anti-Sterlite People’s Movement had participated in the open hearing organised by the NHRC, and sought a review of its inquiry into the Thoothukudi firing that killed 13 people in May 2018, says activist Fatima Babu

Faith cannot be reposed entirely on the investigation into Thoothukudi firing to provide justice, according to anti-Sterlite activist Fatima Babu.

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Commission’s chief says he will consider rights activist’s review petition

The full bench of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Friday said it would consider a review petition seeking to reopen its suo motu proceedings into the police firing incident in Thoothukudi on May 22, 2018 in which 13 persons were killed. They were protesting against the Sterlite copper smelting plant in the district.

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