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Infosys Techie Murder: 300 People Join Awareness Walk To Show Solidarity With Swathi
Nearly 300 People joined an awareness walk in Chennai this morning to show solidarity with the 24-year-old Infosys techie who was brutally murdered on Chennai railway station last week. (Image: ANI)

Nearly 300 People joined an awareness walk in Chennai this morning to show solidarity with
the 24-year-old Infosys techie who was brutally murdered on Chennai railway station last week.

Swathi, employed with software giant Infosys, was hacked to death around 6.30 AM on June 24 while waiting to board a train to her workplace on the city outskirts at the Nungambakkam railway station.

Meanwhile Swathi’s parents on Sunday broke their silence on the issue and asked the state government to award him strict punishment.

infosys techie murder
Nearly 300 People joined an awareness walk in Chennai this morning to show solidarity with the 24-year-old Infosys techie who was brutally murdered on Chennai railway station last week. (Image: ANI)

According to reports, her family members while addressing a press conference in Chennai
thanked the Chennai police and the state government for nabbing Swathi killer.

Swathi‘s parents also urged the Tamil Nadu government to ward death penalty to 22-year-old Ram Kumar, who had stalked her for months before allegedly murdering her using a sickle at the Nungambakkam railway station on June 24.

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