Lots of of Income division workers attended Abdullapurmet Tahsildar Ch Vijaya Reddy’s funeral held at Kothapet within the metropolis on Tuesday.
She was burnt alive by Ok Suresh at her workplace on Monday afternoon. She is survived by her husband and two kids.
As relations and her colleagues have been recovering from Ms Reddy’s demise, her driver Ok Gurunatham, who sustained burn accidents in his try and rescue the tahsildar, died on Tuesday morning.
On Monday afternoon, Suresh from Gouravelli village went into the tahsildar’s cabin and set her ablaze by pouring petrol on her.
Rachakonda police stated the accused visited the workplace in reference to a dispute relating to a seven-acre land in Bacharam village. Ms Reddy who was set ablaze ran out, collapsed and died close to the doorway of her workplace. Although her subordinates tried to rescue her by throwing a blanket, she died on the spot. Within the course of, her driver Gurunatham and attendant Chandraiah sustained burn accidents. They have been admitted to a non-public hospital in Kanchanbagh.
The situation of prime accused Suresh, who suffered over 62% burns was important, medical doctors at Osmania Common Hospital stated.
After autopsy at OGH’s mortuary, Ms Reddy’s physique was handed over to her household on Monday night. Her physique was saved in a freezer field within the car parking zone of her residence complicated.
Messages urging income workers from throughout the State to assemble at her dwelling have been circulated on social media platforms. The highway resulting in the residence was barricaded on each side as a whole bunch of individuals, together with politicians visited her dwelling.
Members of the family and her colleagues who needed to see her for one final time broke down as barring her face, your complete physique was wrapped in white fabric, and pores and skin on her face was fully burnt.
Congress MP A Revanth Reddy, MLA Koamtireddy Rajgopal Reddy, and members of different political events met Ms Reddy’s relations to specific their condolences. Her funeral procession began at round 12.30 p.m. amid slogans demanding justice.
In the meantime, the situation of attendant Chandraiah who suffered 45% burns remained important. Although he’s aware, he’s but to be out of hazard, the medical doctors stated.