Indian police find burned remains of a woman in suspected roadside rape

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But the incident has yet again shocked the entire nation.

According to the police sources, the accused that were arrested by the police are a lorry driver and cleaners.

Unbridled anger erupted on the streets of Hyderabad on Saturday as people across the city held protests demanding justice for the family of the veterinary doctor who was gang-raped and murdered on the outskirts of the city on Wednesday night.

The charred body of a woman has been found after she was allegedly raped and murdered in India's Hyderabad.

The current case has also provoked outrage on social media with #HangRapists trending on Twitter in India.

The family members also said the police even alleged she had eloped with someone, Sharma said.

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Political leaders have condemned the incident in which a 26-year-old veterinarian was burnt to death and her body was found near Hyderabad on Thursday. Later her body was found burned in Shadnagar, about 30 kilometres away, below an underbridge. She was stranded in Shamshabad after her two-wheeler reportedly suffered a puncture. The victim's sister said that the victim had called her saying that she felt scared as of a lorry driver. A few minutes later, she called her sister back and said a couple of people had offered to get the tyre repaired and taken the vehicle with them.

"We are shifting the dead body to the government hospital for autopsy, a case is being registered and further details will be revealed", he said.

The incident is quite familiar, with the Nirbhaya incident that triggered nationwide ourage, a pre planned trap hatched by some brutes at night. "Those who were involved in the crime should be socially boycotted and no lawyer should represent them", Reddy said. Later, the accused were arrested and punished.

A delegation headed by the state BJP president K. Laxman met with Telangana governor Tamilisai Soundararajan and briefed her on the increasing incidence of crimes against women.

Union MoS G Kishan Reddy said that he was speaking to state government and police to get culprits capital punishment, adding "It's a matter of grave worry that a woman was subjected to such brutality". Numerous protesters said the accused - Mohammed Areef (26), Jollu Shiva (20), Jollu Naveen (20) and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu (20) - should be publicly lynched and given the same treatment they meted out to the veterinary doctor.

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