Chiranjeevi And Manchu Manoj On Saidabad Accused Death

Thu Sep 16 2021 15:47:07 GMT+0530 (IST)

The main accused in the rape and murder of a 6-year-old in Hyderabad's Saidabad, Raju was found dead on a Railway track on the morning of Thursday. Based on the tattoos of his hand, it is believed that the person who breathed his last was none other than the accused in the case.

The suicide news has been creating a sensation across the Telugu states since morning. People who wanted severe punishment for the accused were happy with what happened and expressed their views that justice was served to the victim.

Mega Star Chiranjeevi had reacted to the suicide news of Raju and opined that the accused who sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl, killing himself, comes as a bit of relief to the family members of the victim and the public. The media and society had reacted greatly to the issue. To see that such things won't happen in the future, the government and the public should also take the initiative. Whoever takes up such a program will have my support. The government should support the family, Chiranjeevi said in a note.

In the same tweet, Chiranjeevi said we should not allow such acts to recur and for this goal, we should do whatever it takes for this, Acharya star Chiranjeevi said. "Let's not allow such dastardly acts to recur and let’s do whatever it takes towards this goal!" his tweet reads.

Manchu Manoj who has been battling for the demand to slap the accused with harsh punishment, tweeted that God is there reacting to the news. He made the tweet replying to Telangana IT Minister KTR's tweet.

Earlier today, KTR tweeted that he was informed by the Director-General of Police(DGP) that the accused was traced and was found dead on a railway track. His tweet received more than 5,000 likes and more than 1,900 retweets.

"Just been informed by @TelanganaDGP Garu that the beast who raped the child has been traced & found dead on a railway track at station Ghanpur," KTR's tweet reads. “Thank you for the news sir.. God is there …," Manchu Manoj's reply tweet says.