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Ayesha Meera Murder Case : Her Mother Responds On Re-Investigation - HMTv

Sat, Aug 05, 2017, 10:58 AM
AP govt ordered for re-investigation of Ayesha Meera murder case by appointing SIT under the leadership of DIG officers and will be inspected by Vijayawada CP Gautam Savanki. Case tremors had shaken AP Assembly at that time when Rajasekhar Reddy was the CM and Chandrababu, the opposition leader. Again from today SIT investigation will begin on the case once again. Ayesha Meera's mother responds on the re-opening of the case and said justice can be done in the case if non local police investigate the case under HC monetary because police have to submit report to HC for every 3 months which enables to catch the real culprits. She said she met Mahila Chairman Nannapuneni Rajakumari and CM who assured her of justice.
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