Followed by the claims made by the Gandhi Hospital doctors on Saturday that the dead bodies of the four accused have decomposed to 60%, the Telangana High Court has issued orders to conduct re-postmortem. Hearing the PIL filed by social activist K Sajaya and few others, a bench of Chief Justice Raghavendra Singh Chauhan and Justice A Abhishek Reddy ordered for the second autopsy to be video graphed. The HC then took the statements made by the Gandhi Hospital Superintendent Sravan into consideration; He stated that the bodies will be completely decomposed within the next days given to the limited equipment in the hospital though they were stored at -2 °C. Upon which the court ordered to hand over the bodies to the respective families after re-examining the bodies in the second autopsy.
However, the court is likely to decide on whether to hand over the autopsy responsibilities to an independent agency or again to Gandhi Hospital. Sources revealed that the procedures will be conducted in the supervision of the experts from Delhi. The bodies of the accused were previously preserved at Mahabubnagar Medical College and later shifted to Gandhi hospital due to the lack of facilities to preserve them.