Four men were shot and killed by police as they attempted to escape during a visit to a crime scene in Hyderabad, said an Indian police official on Friday.
Her family welcomed the news of the killings of the alleged attackers.
The nation is celebrating the encounter of four rape accused in Hyderabad, like it is a festival.
The court passed the order based on a representation received in the office of the chief justice, alleging that the police action was extra-judicial killing. Some hugged officers and lifted them into the air chanting "long live police", while others showered them with flowers.
There has been huge uproar all over the county over the ghastly rape of the young woman, with protests demanding justice for the victim.
The crime sparked nationwide outrage in India, which has been in the worldwide spotlight over its handling of such cases since the gang-rape and murder of a student on a bus in New Delhi in 2012.
The Commission has already taken cognizance of the increasing cases of rapes and sexual assault on women across the country and a detailed report has been called for from all State governments and police heads as well as from the Union Ministry of Women and Child Development. Some victims and their families have ended up being attacked for pursuing cases against powerful men, often local politicians.
"Great work #hyderabadpolice.we salute u", top badminton player Saina Nehwal tweeted. "Police did the right thing", he said.
DCP Shamshabad Prakash Reddy said, "Cyberabad Police had brought the accused persons to the crime spot for re-construction of the sequence of events". On how two of the accused could snatch two weapons from police officials, Sajjanar said that they have to inquire about it. But courts completed only about 18,300 cases related to rape that year, leaving more than 127,800 cases pending at the end of 2017.
Sajjanar also said that Telangana police is ready to answer to any concerned party, who wishes to take cognizance.
News of the "encounter" killing led to celebrations in some quarters and concern in others. The deceased had been arrested by the police during the investigation and judgment in the matter by the competent court was yet to be pronounced. Hundreds of people demanded that the accused be handed over to them.
Speaking to TNM, S Jeevan Kumar, HRF Coordination Committee member (Andhra Pradesh and Telangana) said, "The judicial process should have been completed and punishment could have been given according to Indian law".