Violation and murder of the veterinarian of Telangana: KT Rama Rao wants capital punishment for the accused, urges Prime Minister Modi to amend the laws

HYDERABAD: In the context of the brutal rape and murder of a veterinary woman nearby, Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday to amend the IPC and CrPC to provide the death penalty to the perpetrators of crimes against women and children.

In a series of tweets, Rama Rao, son of the Supreme TRS and Prime Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, proposed to guarantee expedited justice to the victims and said that anyone who commits atrocious acts of violence against women and children must receive the death penalty without delay and There is no option for review.



Let's act quickly to save our nation from these beasts that seem not to fear the law of the land @narendramodi Ji, I ask on behalf of millions of citizens who are offended but feel helpless and want legislators to get up for the occasion . Deliver expedited justice, Rama Rao tweeted, who is also acting chairman of the TRS.



Popularly known as KTR, he said: Modify the Criminal Code of India (IPC) and the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC) so that anyone who commits such an atrocious act of violence against our women and children receives the death penalty without delay and There is NO review option. The time has come to amend archaic parts of our laws and laws, sir.



He noted that those convicted in the Nirbhaya case have not been hanged even seven years after the incident.

Honorable PM @narendramodi Ji, 7 years after the horrible rape and murder of Nirbhayas; The convicts are not yet hanged!

A 9-month-old boy was recently raped, a trial court ordered capital punishment; HC modified it to life imprisonment! A young veterinarian is brutally murdered in Hyd, he tweeted, referring to the incident in Warangal in Telangana.

And the perpetrators have been caught. But I wonder how we can offer comfort to the afflicted family that seeks justice for ...

Justice delayed is justice denied sir. As parliament is in session, I urge you to address the issue for a one-day discussion about priority, he said.

His plea comes in the context of outrage over the rape and murder of the assistant veterinarian by four people last week.

(The identity of the victim to protect their privacy has not been disclosed according to the directives of the Supreme Court on cases related to sexual assault)

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