Disha situation: Forensic authorities from AIIMS carry out 2nd autopsy on bodies of accused


A team of forensic expects from AIIMS, New Delhi reached the Gandhi Hospital morgue, to conduct the Second postmortem on the bodies of four accused in Disha case, in Secunderabad on December 23, 2019

A workforce of forensic expects from AIIMS, New Delhi arrived at the Gandhi Medical center morgue, to conduct the 2nd postmortem on the bodies of 4 accused in Disha case, in Secunderabad on December 23, 2019
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Doctors from the Gandhi Medical center have been asked to not be a part of the procedure.

A workforce of forensic industry experts from the All India Institute of Healthcare Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, are conducting the 2nd publish-mortem on the bodies of four accused in the Disha situation at the Point out-operate Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad.

The three-member staff, comprising Sudhir Gupta, head of forensic at the AIIMS, Abhishek Yadav and Adarsh Kumar, is conducting the autopsy, although Varun Chandra is assisting them. The full treatment is being movie recorded and the footage will be submitted to the Registrar Common of the Telangana High Court.

Medical practitioners from the Gandhi Hospital have been requested to not be a component of the process.

On Saturday, a division Bench comprising Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice A. Abhishek Reddy has directed the Point out government to ask for the AIIMS to ship 3 seniormost forensic health professionals to Hyderabad for conducting the 2nd post-mortem, which ought to be completed by five p.m. on Monday.

Sources in the Telangana Law enforcement division stated the forensic gurus reached the Condition funds on Sunday night and will return to New Delhi on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the spouse and children members of the slain accused have attained the morgue to gather the bodies following the autopsy.

The initial autopsy was carried out on December 6 at Mahabubnagar Govt Healthcare facility and later the bodies ended up shifted to Mahabubnagar Healthcare Higher education for preservation. Subsequently, the bodies have been shifted to Gandhi Hospital here.

The accused — Mohammed Arif, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen and Ch. Chennakeshavulu — were killed in an trade of fire with law enforcement at Chatanpalli around Shandnagar, when they had been taken to the reconstruction of crime scene, in the early hrs of December 6.

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