Terming violence against women as a "societal illness", he also suggested photographs of people found guilty of crimes against women be published to instill in them fear of social stigma.
"It's time that the government gives a proper answer on how they have tackled the rape cases".
With House members suggesting swift death penalty to rape convicts, their public lynching or surgical and physical castration to fast-track courts and overhaul of the entire criminal justice system, outrage over the Hyderabad rape-murder case boiled over in Parliament on Monday.
Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu said the incident that took place in Hyderabad was a total disgrace to all the principles of humanity.More news: 3 takeaways from clutch rivalry win over Virginia Tech
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad also brought up the matter in the Upper House and said that such problems can not be solved by merely making laws.
He said tougher laws that were introduced after the December 2012 gang-rape and murder of a young woman in Delhi had given hope that crimes against women would decline. Around 9.15 pm, the four accused - identified as Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen, Mohammad Areef and Chintakunta Chennakesavulu - approached her with offers to help. People who have not done their jobs properly. "We all are witness.appeal, mercy (petition).can anybody think of having mercy on such people?", Naidu said, summing up the mood of the House. "These kind of people should be brought out in public and lynched", she added.
Under Indian law, a rape victim can not be identified even after death, but on Friday the woman's name was the top Twitter trend in the country for several hours as tens of thousands of angry tweets demanded justice.
"To eradicate such acts, there is a need that we take a stand together against such crimes", Azad said.More news: Officer shoots armed student at Wisconsin high school
"This should be on an emergency basis", Yajnik said in the Upper House. "Justice delayed is justice denied". "The Chief Minister also chose to set up a fast track court to deal with the case", according to an official release issued from the office of the Telangana CM. "The accused must be given the most stringent punishment for their crime", he said.
The woman had left home on her bike at about 18:00 local time (12:30 GMT) on Wednesday to go to a doctor's appointment. They then smothered her to death, drove the body some distance away and set her on fire around 2.30 am.
The four men have been arrested and three policemen have been suspended for "dereliction of duty".
Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao directed officials on Sunday to ensure that the accused are tried in a fast track court after the Hyderabad vet's rape and murder led to massive protests in Telangana and an outpouring of rage across the country.More news: Cyber Monday Deal: Disney Plus Offering $10 Off Annual Subscription
Meanwhile, the accused have been sent to 14-day judicial custody on Saturday.