With the writ petition by civil rights activists over the encounter of the four accused in the rape of murder of a Hyderabad vet Disha, Telangana High court on Friday ordered the government to preserve the bodies till December 9. While the nation is celebrating the encounter of the four accused Mohammed Areef, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen and Chennakeshavulu, civil rights activists filed a writ petition seeking judicial intervention into the encounter. In the petition filed, the activists enclosed that the sudden encounter which was claimed to be a retaliating act by the police is raising concerns. Upon which the High Court directed officials to submit a video recording of the post-mortem in a CD to the Principal District Judge, Mahaboobnagar for all the accused. The Court has also further directed that the dead bodies of the four deceased be preserved till 8 pm on Monday. The four accused were killed when they were taken to Chatanpally to recover the phone, wallet and power bank of the victim, Disha.