Ayesha Meera murder case: CBI unearths remains of the body to conduct post-mortem again
15, Dec 2019, 6:35 PM
Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team probing the murder case of B Pharma student Ayesha Meera that took place 12 years ago, exhumed the remains of the body of the victim and are conducting re-postmortem on Saturday.
A team of 8 officials including forensic experts from Hyderabad led by CBI SP Vimala Aditya (Visakhapatnam) and inspector Srinivasa Rao arrived at the burial ground in Chenchupeta of Tenali town in Guntur district at around 6 am. However, due to early morning fog, they could not exhume the remains of the body for re-postmortem.
CBI officers reached Tenali graveyard where Ayesha Meera was buried and the officers collected the evidences of Ayesha’s nails, hair, and bones and sent it to forensic lab for test. Ayesha was brutally attacked, raped and murdered in December 2007 and the convict was nabbed eight months later.