"I condemn any crime against differently-abled people more than normal crimes. One who commits a crime of this nature is barbaric. The society must rise against these people."
The charred body of the woman, who had mental issues, was on Friday found in the outskirts of Shamshabad near Siddula Gutta temple in Hyderabad.
Dhankar further said that treating differently-abled people with contempt and crime should not be tolerated, and instead, they should be supported whole-heartedly.
"Crime against women is a reflection of society. The world and the country have condemned these crimes. Those who are responsible for these crimes should get exemplary punishment," he said.
The burnt body of a woman veterinarian doctor was found at Shadnagar outskirts in Telangana's Ranga Reddy district on November 26. Police have arrested four persons in this connection.