The police reportedly arrested seven people in relation to the crime.
The attack reportedly took place at Bahu Akbarpur in Haryana's Rohtak district, and the woman's body was found on Wednesday, missing key organs, according to the police. Reports also state that there were sticks, stones, and condoms stuffed into her private parts, presumably during the attack.
The police also added that the victim's body was already decomposing when the autopsy was conducted on Thursday.
In a Times of India report, Dr. S. K. Dhatterwal, the forensic department head of the medical centre conducting the autopsy, explained that he had collectively supervised or conducted more than 30,000 autopsies, "but has never seen such brutality in his 29-year career."
He goes on to say, in the TOI report,
"Her face was eaten by animals; her lungs and heart were found missing. Also, her skull had fractured and there were injury marks on both her thighs and chest.''
Doctors took five hours to conduct the autopsy. "There was a 16cm long and 4cm wide stick-like article in her vagina. We presume that a longer stick was used and it may have broken inside her. We also found a number of condoms in her vagina," said Dhatterwal.
The victim was reportedly from Nepal's Vardia district, and had arrived in Rohtak a few months ago, to visit her sister.
The police still have no information on the identities of the rapists. Rohtak SP Shashank Anand said,
"We have constituted an SIT to track down the perpetrators,'' he said. "We have put our best investigators on the job.''
"It is a blind case of rape and murder... We are conducting a scientific probe considering all possible angels.''
The police have registered the case, under various sections of Indian Penal Code (IPC), including murder, rape and unnatural sexual act, and destruction of evidence. The investigation is ongoing, and a Rs 1 lakh reward has been announced, for anyone who has any information about the brutal crime.