Counsel seeks video tape of Swati’s autopsy

Counsel seeks video tape of Swati’s autopsy
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Within hours after the High Court in Hyderabad had ordered the Bhongir police to produce Tummala Swati before it on Thursday in connection with the case of missing of her husband Amboji Naresh, Swati is alleged to have committed suicide at her father’s residence. 

Hyderabad: Within hours after the High Court in Hyderabad had ordered the Bhongir police to produce Tummala Swati before it on Thursday in connection with the case of missing of her husband Amboji Naresh, Swati is alleged to have committed suicide at her father’s residence.

The High Court had given this direction while dealing with an urgent house motion petition moved by Amboji Venkataiah, the father of Swati’s husband, seeking court’s intervention in securing the safety of his son who had gone missing since May 2nd in Bhongir.

Both Swati and her husband Amboji Naresh had reached Bhongir on that day and Swati was taken away by her father while Naresh went missing.
The vacation division bench had on Monday directed the police to produce Swati before it on May 18 and also directed them to file an affidavit detailing their efforts to trace Naresh.

The counsel for the petitioner met the Vacation Officer in the High Court and urged him to inform the bench about the sudden demise of Swati and also about the need to videograph the postmortem of Swati.

He also contacted the Telangana State’s Special Government Pleader Sarat Kumar in this regard who informed that already instructions were given to the authorities concerned to videograph the postmortem. There are doubts about the alleged suicide of Swati, whether it was really a suicide or an honour killing because she married a lower caste person and her father was opposing it, the counsel said.

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