Delhi gangrape: Police files chargesheet, wants FIR sealed, victim's identity kept hidden and in-camera proceedings

Delhi gangrape protest

The victim, a paramedical student, was brutally raped and assaulted in a moving bus here on the night of December 16, 2012 and she had died of her injuries on December 29, 2012 in the multi-specialty Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore.

Her male friend, who was accompanying her that day, was also assaulted by the accused and both of them were thrown out of the bus.

The male friend's relative, who is also an advocate, told reporters that if Delhi Police will not take up the case properly for the trial then he will file a writ petition in the Delhi High Court.

Some of the lawyers of the Saket court who were present in the court room shouted that the accused should be handed over to the public to be dealt with.

A lady advocate, who is empanelled with the Delhi Legal Services Authority (DLSA), said in any case the accused would be provided with legal aid.

During the day, some women advocates were also seen protesting against the accused outside the court complex.

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