Ranga Reddy district Bar council refuses to appear for accused in doctor's rape-murder case

Ranga Reddy district Bar council refuses to appear for accused in doctor's rape-murder case

The Ranga Reddy district Bar council in Telangana has issued a notice stating that its members would not appear for the accused arrested in the Telangana veterinary doctor's rape-murder case.

The notice issued on Saturday read: "The Executive Committeae of Bar Association Ranga Reddy District court condemns the brutal murder... by the accused on 27/11/09 at Thondapally toll plaza. The committee further requests the members not to appear for the accused person for the case."

"The Executive Committee demands the government of Telangana to establish a separate special court for expediting the trial of the case for instant justice," the notice further read.

The bar council, in the notice, also announced that the committee will organise a protest on December 2 against the "inhuman attack". "The Executive Committee is organising a protest on 02/12/2019 at 1:30 pm at the main entrance of the court building to condemn the inhuman attack," the notice read.

Before the Ranga Reddy District Bar Council, Mahabubnagar Bar Council had denied any legal services to the accused persons in the murder case soon after the state government decided to bring the case at the fast track court of Mahabubnagar.

The Shadnagar Bar Association of a local court had also said that they will not extend any legal support to the four rape accused.