The New Indian Express on May 26, 2013 released the following:
By Express News Service – HYDERABAD
“Nerusu Lakshminivasa Rao, a software engineer wanted for murder of his wife and two children in the US and against whom an Interpol red corner notice is pending, has been sent to the USA following the additional metropolitan magistrate’s court (extradition court) at Patiala House in New Delhi permitting the government.
Rao, a native of Gandigunta in Vuyyuru mandal in Krishna district, is the prime accused accused in the sensational triple murder of his wife Nerusu Jayalakshmi, son Siva and daughter Tejasvi in 2008. After committing the murders, he flew back to India.
CID policed had arrested him on February 21 this year and produced him before 6th additional chief metropolitan court at Nampally.
He was sent to judicial custody at Chanchalguda jail. A CID team led by inspector MB Sridhar Rao produced the fugitive in the extradition court in New Delhi on April 6.
Following the court directions, he was sent to the USA from Hyderabad on Friday night. An International arrest warrant, issued by the district court of Oakland in the state of Michigan in USA, had been pending against him for four years. Rao will be prosecuted by the same court in the case. Additional director-general of police (CID) T Krishnaprasad appreciated the team that worked in the case.”
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