Delhi Gang-Rape Trial begins, victim’s companion to testify

The trial of five accused of the Delhi brutal gang rape and murder case has started today, with a key witness the 28-year-old software engineer friend of the victim arriving at court in a wheelchair.

The case will now to be hearing in fast track court, earlier set up to speedy the justice in the cases of crimes against women.

Apart of testify male companion of the girl who was with her and had tried to protect her at time of deadly incident, the prosecution has record of victim testimony which had done before a magistrate, one of the major and strong evidence in the case.

However, reports said that the trial would be held before a judge, on a day-to-day basis to ensure speedy justice.

The prosecution has several evidence including DNA samples, the victim’s blood-stained clothes and mobile phone records which have to be examined, along with eyewitness testimony against accused, reports added.

Five accused who pleaded not guilty have been framed under 13 sections of the IPC in the gang-rape of the 23-year-old woman onto a bus in the city on December 16 and assaulted her with a metal bar before throwing her onto a highway.

The young woman, who succumbed to her injuries on Dec 29 at a Singapore hospital after fought a valiant battle for life, began in a Delhi court.

Depth with sorrow and much stressed, the father of the 23 year old victim, has said to fight for justice of her daughter till all accused would be hanged.

“I want all six of them to be hanged. We will go to the court and pursue the case till the end,” victim’s father told reporters.

As per new rules of Indian Anti-rape law, if all accused convicted, they could face the death penalty, while the sixth, being a juvenile, will be tried separately according to the juvenile law and faces a maximum sentence of three years.

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