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Disha case: SIT to probe encounter details

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | JAYENDRA CHAITHANYA T
Published Dec 11, 2019, 1:17 am IST
Updated Dec 11, 2019, 1:17 am IST
After collecting the details, the SIT will submit a report to the court.
The SIT is set to inspect the encounter scene at Chattanpally in a couple of days and study the cause and the circumstances that led to the death of the four accused.
 The SIT is set to inspect the encounter scene at Chattanpally in a couple of days and study the cause and the circumstances that led to the death of the four accused.

Hyderabad: The sequence of events in the early hours on December 6 at Chattanpally which led to the Cyberabad police opening fire at the Disha case accused would become clear with the Special Investigation Team (SIT) questioning the police officials who were present there.

The SIT constituted by the government has held a meeting to distribute the work including establishing the presence of police officials by using their mobile phone signature picked up by cellphone towers.

 

The minute-to-minute happenings after the police took custody of Mohammed Arif, J. Shiva, J. Naveen, and C. Chennakeshavulu, the places where they were taken for questioning, the time at which the accused were brought to the scene where Disha was set ablaze, would be collected by the SIT.

The SIT is set to inspect the encounter scene at Chattanpally in a couple of days and study the cause and the circumstances that led to the death of the four accused.

The team then would recover and preserve the material evidence related to the firing, witness identification and recording of the statements of the police personnel involved in the death of the accused.

The SIT will record the statements of Cyberabad police officials who were present at the scene, and the forensic report on the ballistic examination of the weapons used in the encounter, to identify which weapons the bullets that hit the victim came from.

After collecting the details, the SIT will submit a report to the court.

When contacted, a senior police official said, “The weapons used in the firing and the empty shells should be submitted to the Forensic Science Laboratory for examination as they are now case property.”

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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