Saturday, November 30, 2019

Young doctor r.a.p.e.d, murdered and her body set on fire in India (photo)

The body of a woman has been found after she was allegedly r.a.p.e.d and murdered in Hyderabad, India.

The victim, a 27-year-old veterinary doctor, was reportedly found in an underpass in the outskirts of the city by a passer-by.

Police have reportedly detained at least two people, who they suspect offered to help the woman fix a flat tyre on her motorbike but instead drove her to a secluded spot and killed her.

The veterinarian’s remains were reportedly so badly burnt that her family could only identify her from a locket she was wearing. Her identity has not been revealed for legal reasons.

“My daughter was very innocent,” the victim’s mother told the Times of India. “I want the accused burned alive.”

The victim’s sister reported her missing on Tuesday night, after receiving a distressing phone call after a tyre was punctured on the victim’s motorbike.

New Delhi TV reported that the victim asked her sister to remain on the phone with her as there were many unknown men in the area and she was “scared”.

During the call, it appeared someone had offered help and the victim told her sister she would call her again soon but that was the last time they spoke.
Her body was found on Thursday morning, but police are still searching for her vehicle.