Crime Against Women
'Around 200 persons including staff of the Gandhi Hospital were examined as part of the investigation process'
As per the survivor's police complaint, the two women were arrested by personnel of the 158th battalion of the BSF while they were illegally entering India through the Jhaudanga border.
Neelagiri Narsaiah (30), a labourer, had raped a woman on the banks of the Musi river under the Mothkur police station in Yadagirigutta in October 2011.
The husband has been arrested while the woman is undergoing treatment at the district hospital.
Neighbours were alerted by the victim's screams and informed the police when they found the accused brandishing a sharp weapon.
Police said two unidentified men dressed in formals and masks approached her posing as bank executives while she was alone in the house.
The victim, who has a daughter, was living with her maternal grandmother following a dispute with her husband, the police said.
The Rajasthan-based man had moved the top court seeking anticipatory bail in an FIR lodged by his wife.
Panic gripped the area when Sarvesh walked down to Majhila police station, holding the girl's severed head in his hand.
BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar targeted the Maharashtra government, suggesting it was not serious over the issue.
The police have registered an FIR under IPC sections 376 (rape), 302 (murder) and also under the POCSO Act against an unidentified person.
The victim had lodged a case of molestation of his daughter against Gaurav two and a half years ago and had also gone to jail.
The girl had gone to the fields Sunday afternoon to collect fodder for cattle but did not return.
Chandrama Rajbhar, 24, was arrested on Sunday for repeatedly raping the 17-year-old girl for the past one year, Station House Officer, Sukhpura, Virendra Yadav said.
The assault came to light after the girl, staying with her mother, brother and grandparents, told about the abuse to one of her relatives 10 days ago, the police said.
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