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Telangana told to submit autopsy report of 2 Maoists to AIIMS

Telangana told to submit autopsy report of 2 Maoists to AIIMS
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A two judge bench of the High Court at Hyderabad comprising Acting Chief Justice Dilip B Bhosale and Justice P Naveen Rao on Tuesday adjourned to June 20 a petition on alleged encounter of two alleged Maoists in the Warangal district. 

A two judge bench of the High Court at Hyderabad comprising Acting Chief Justice Dilip B Bhosale and Justice P Naveen Rao on Tuesday adjourned to June 20 a petition on alleged encounter of two alleged Maoists in the Warangal district.

The bench was dealing with a public interest writ petition filed by by Chilaka Chandrasekhar, civil liberties activist, seeking CBI probe into encounter killings of Maoists Shruthi and Vidyasagar in forest area near Tadwai mandal of Warangal district.

As reported earlier, the bench had directed the experts from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences to give their opinion after examining the video recordings of the autopsy on the bodies of the two Naxalites.

The forensic experts of AIIMS informed the bench that an opinion cannot be formed by watching a video recording of an autopsy without examining the post-mortem report.

The bench directed the Special Counsel for Telangana State S Sharath Kumar to furnish the postmortem report and other required documents as sought by the Forensic Experts of AIIMS and also furnish the mobile numbers of doctors who had conducted postmortem at Warangal to experts at AIIMS and arrange video conference if the AIIMS experts sought to contact the Warangal doctors. The bench directed the experts to submit a report by June 15 and adjourned the matter to June 20.

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