The main accused of gangrape is Arif, a truck diver by profession, whose age is said to be 26 years. The remand report has revealed that Arif was apprehended by the Telangana Road Transport Authority on November 24 during a vehicle check in Mahbub Nagar area.
There is an atmosphere of outrage across the country after the incident of gang rape from a female doctor in Hyderabad. Police have arrested four accused in this case so far and new revelations are being made in their interrogation. Police interrogation has revealed that the main accused of gang rape, Mohammad Arif, was driving a truck for the last two years without a license. Also, he was also caught during police checkup 2 days before the incident.
Truck was driving without documents
Actually, the main accused of gangrape is Arif, a truck diver by profession, whose age is said to be 26 years. The remand report has revealed that Arif was apprehended by the Telangana Road Transport Authority on November 24 during a vehicle check in Mahbub Nagar area. The truck that Arif was driving did not have valid documents and later the same truck was used in the incident.
Hyderabad gang rape: two days before the incident, the main accused escaped
According to the information, since 2017, accused Arif was driving this truck without valid papers. Two days before the incident Arif’s truck was loaded with bricks and more goods were being washed than the rules. The truck was caught by RTO officials in the Mahbubnagar area between Karnataka and Hyderabad. But later this truck was abandoned.
Conspiracy hatched at the behest of the owner
The transport officials initially wanted to seize the truck, but then Arif spoke to his boss Srinivas Reddy on the phone and only at his behest did Arif remove the wires from the truck’s engine. After this, he told the officers that there was a malfunction in the truck, the officer was also unable to take the truck with him and he had to leave the truck.
After the officers left from there, Arif took the truck to the petrol pump in Mahbubnagar where he called his friends Naveen Kumar and Chenna Keshavallu on the truck who were involved in the gang rape. Now the police is going to initiate action against the truck owner Reddy, a resident of Shamsabad.
What is the matter
Significantly, there is outrage across the country on Wednesday in the case of gang rape and murder with a female doctor in Cyberabad near Hyderabad. The Havans first raped the doctor and then murdered and burnt the body. According to the police, on the night of November 27, the female doctor was abducted by the truck driver and her colleagues.
According to the police, the accused first took the victim to a deserted place and forced her to drink liquor. Carried out the gang rape incident. One of the accused killed the victim by pressing his mouth and nose and then burnt his body by pouring petrol. The victim’s phone, the watch was hidden near the dead body.