the sister of the Hyderabad vet who was raped and murdered on November 28 says, "I am happy the four accused have been killed in an encounter. This incident will set an example. I thank the police and media for their support." The woman's father, too, thanks Telangana police. "Her soul will rest in peace now," he says.
Aisha's mother said special laws should be put in place to stop rapes. She claimed that Ayesha was not given justice due to political interference, even in the Nirbhaya case, there is no justice yet. If an officer like Sajjanar takes up Ayesha's case then the justice would have been served.
NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma on Friday said though the women rights body wanted death penalty for the accused, it should have come through proper judicial channel.
BJP leader Kapil Mishra said this was the "correct" way to deal with the rapists and hoped other states would take cue from them."This is the way to deal with rapists," Mishra said, adding, "Hope police of other states will learn from you."
This is the second such encounter in Telangana, where the accused of a crime against women, have been shot dead while allegedly trying to escape from police custody. In December 2008, three accused of the acid attack were killed by Warangal Police when they tried to attack the cops at the crime scene. V C Sajjanar, the present Police Commissioner of Cyberabad was SP of Warangal at that time.