A police constable was arrested after he allegedly raped and impregnated a woman police constable after promising to marry her.
She further stated that the police were prepared at all times to protect the accused from the angry mob, which is why an AK-47 and two SLRs were allotted.
While the police are still investigating the role of the deceased's husband, it has been learnt that he was not present during the time of the incident.
Ever since the offence was reported, there has been a growing outrage among the public, demanding strict punishment to the accused.
It also questioned the necessity to record the statements of the accused in the presence of fresh panchas for a second time, even though the IO had recorded their statements immediately.
2019 Hyderabad encounter: 'Accused weren't juveniles at time of offence', says investigation officer
The commission asked Kota if the doctors performing the post-mortem examination on the bodies of the accused attempted to note down their age during or after the procedure.
When asked if his 'erroneous answers' had completely prejudiced fair and impartial investigation, Sajjanar replied in the negative.
VC Sajjanar said that he addressed the press during the arrest of the accused in the rape and murder case and after their death only on the request of DCP Shamshabad.
Sajjanar said that he was not aware when the accused were shifted from prison to the safehouse during police custody and added that DCP Shamshabad had only informed him about this.
Shyam Prasad told the commission that while issuing the custody order, the accused were not physically present as they were not produced before him (by the police).
Care Hospital doctor Dr Rajesh Rachcha appeared before the three -member commission appointed by SC in the police encounter case of the accused in veterinarian rape case in 2019.
He added that usually laceration injuries are measured in terms of length, width and depth, but the 2 cm injury, in this case, is its length.
During his deposition on Thursday, Dr Naveen stated that he had issued the Report of Examination of Injuries of Arvind Goud based on the records of Care Hospital, Gachibowli.
The day of the offence being a Saturday, the victim and her sister returned from school at noon and were at home.
He also stated that the articles belonging to the victim were recovered from the spot after 5 pm, but he had not stated that in his affidavit, as he had written whatever he could recollect.