Madras High Court on Monday expressed concern over the recent murder in the city, wherein a 24-year-old IT professional by an unidentified man on a platform in the busy Nungambakkam railway station on Friday.
The court will hear case post 3 pm on Monday.
The court said that it will not tolerate and turn blind eye towards crimes happening in city, it is painful to hear that the accused has still not been apprehended.
Police on Sunday released CCTV images of a suspect in the murder of a 24-year-old woman IT professional at a railway station.
The images show a man wearing a blue shirt crossing the tracks and jumping outside the railway station premises.
The footage was acquired from a nearby house.
Swathi, employed with IT major Infosys, was allegedly hacked to death by an unidentified man on a platform in the busy Nugambakkam railway station on Friday.
She was waiting to board a train on her way to office around 6:30 AM when she was murdered.
Meanwhile, a candle light vigil was held in memory of Swathi.
Various members of civil society participated in the vigil held at the Nungambakkam railway station, where the Infosys employee was found murdered.
IT professionals and others participated in the vigil and stressed for better safety of working women.