V Satish and N Venkateshwarulu were taken from Rangareddy district jail to
A Ranga Reddy district court has sent the two to 14 days judicial custody. The court also agreed to remand the two to two-day police custody on
Cyberabad police, under whose jurisdiction the woman was abducted in a car on Sunday evening, has booked a case under various sections against the duo. They have been slapped with the section 363 (kidnapping), 364 (kidnapping in order to murder), 365 (kidnapping to secretly confine a person), 366 (kidnapping a woman to defile her), 376 (2) (G) (gang rape) and 342 (wrongful confinement).
Cases have also been booked against them under Nirbhaya act passed by Parliament after the gang rape of a para-medical student in
To strengthen their case, the police has decided to video tape the confessions of the two accused before a magistrate.
While the Hitec City, the hub of hundreds of IT and computer software companies, was in shock over the incident, the Cyberabad police was busy doing damage control.
"We decided to make it mandatory for all companies to become members of the
The incident has exposed the lack of security on the
A subsequent probe revealed that none of the CCTV cameras on the ORR were in working condition. Officials said that as the installation work in tollgates and the implementation of a tollgate monitoring system was not yet completed, the CCTV cameras did not work.
Overall, Cyberabad city has only 51 cameras and most of them were not working.
The incident has tarnished the image of
Women workers earlier found sharing taxis affordable and secure but now are too scared to use them, though investigations revealed that the people involved were not taxi drivers but posed as one to abduct the woman and rape her.
The case has revived memories of the rape and murder of a software techie in 2005 in
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