Hyderabad: The parents of one of the accused in the Jubilee Hills gang-rape case are reportedly making an attempt to send their son abroad for studies.
According to a report by Deccan Chronicle, the parents have also warned him from talking to anyone.
Although it is not a confirmed report, the rumour raises the question that whether it is possible for a heinous crime accused to move aboard when out on bail.
Recently, all the accused in the case have been granted bail.
Jubilee Hills gang rape videos on social media
On the other hand, a few days ago, the family members of the Jubilee Hills gang rape victim knocked at the doors of women safety wing after they found videos and photos of the crime on Instagram.
The matter came to the limelight after the family members of the Jubilee Hills gang rape victim found videos and photos related to the crime on social media.
In one of the videos, the accused are seen outraging the modesty of the 17-year-old girl while in one of the photographs, injury marks on the neck of the victim are visible.
Gang rape case
The girl was gang raped in a car on May 28 in Jubilee Hills. Six accused, including a major, are facing various charges.
Five accused have been charged with gang rape while the sixth accused, who is the son of a legislator, is facing molestation charges.
Saduddin Malik and four minors have been booked under sections 376 D (gang rape), 323 (causing hurt), Section 5 (G) (gang penetrative sexual assault on child) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), read with Section 6 of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 366 (kidnapping a woman) and 366 A (procuration of a minor girl) and Section 67 of Information Technology Act.
According to police, the accused could face a punishment of not less than 20 years or imprisonment for life till death or even the death penalty.
The sixth minor was not involved in the rape but he kissed the victim in the car. He has been booked under IPC Section 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 323, and Section 9 (G) read with 10 of the POCSO Act. He could face five-seven years imprisonment.