Police said the vet, who can not be named, was allegedly abducted on Wednesday night after she left her scooter near an expressway toll booth.
A delegation headed by the state BJP president K. Laxman met with Telangana governor Tamilisai Soundararajan and briefed her on the increasing incidence of crimes against women.
Police said the ashes of the woman's body were found on Thursday morning.
According to the police report, they showed no mercy when the victim kept crying for help.
The woman - who can not be named for legal reasons - had left home on her bike around 6pm on Wednesday to go to a doctor's appointment, her sister said.
"How anyone could subject another human being to such bad, unprovoked violence is beyond imagination".
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Mr Ali went on to term Telangana's police force as the most efficient in the country, and gave his assurance that the culprits would be identified and brought to justice at the earliest. While one shows her riding alone towards the toll gate, the other shows her talking to an unidentified person wearing a dhoti. He was quoted by news agency ANI, "We are saddened by the incident, police is alert and controlling crime". In the FIR her younger sister stated that she got a call from Priyanka at around 9.22pm when she told her that she stuck at the toll plaza as someone offered her help saying that her scooter had a flat tyre and took her the two-wheeler.
It is believed that the young woman was raped and murdered by two men who offered to help fix a punctured tyre on her scooter. Priyanka had called sister Bhavya Reddy around 9:45pm and said her vehicle got punctured and somebody offered to help her and took her vehicle for fix. "Deeply pained and anguished". Ill personally monitor the case too. The brutality of the case has shaken the nation and revived the terror which everyone felt after the Nirbhaya gang rape case. Kumar also said that victims must dial 100 if they are ever placed in such distressful situation.
"... How anyone could subject another human being to such bad, unprovoked violence is beyond imagination".
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim's family.
"The Ministry of Home Affairs will send an advisory to all states as a precautionary measure so that no such incident takes place in future", he told reporters outside Parliament in New Delhi. The Hans report mentions that a government official has offered government jobs to members of Reddy's family.