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Verdict in Dhaula Kuan gang rape case on October 10 Verdict in Dhaula Kuan gang rape case on October 10

Sep-24-2014 | 0 Comments


NEW DELHI: A Delhi court on Wednesday reserved for October 10 its verdict in the 2010 Dhaula Kuan abduction and gang rape case.

Additional sessions judge Virender Bhat reserved the verdict after the prosecution and the defence concluded their arguments.

The court September 22 deferred its order after counsel for one of the accused, Usman alias Kale, Amit Shrivastava alleged that police tampered with the evidence to implicate him.

The court has sought the prosecution's reply on it.

Public prosecutor Satwinder Kaur opposed the accused's submission and said there was no possibility of tampering with the evidence as the specimen was sent to the forensic science laboratory just a day after the incident and the accused was arrested a week later.

Shamshad alias Khutkan, Usman alias Kale, Shahid alias Chhota Billi, Iqbal alias Bada Billi and Kamruddin are being tried for the kidnapping and gang rape of a 30-year-old call centre executive in Dhaula Kuan area of south Delhi.

According to police, the five men abducted the woman, who hailed from the northeast, November 24, 2010, while she was walking home with a friend after her shift ended.

The abductors took her to Mangolpuri, gang raped her, and left her on an isolated road there.

The five were later arrested from Mewat in Haryana. They have claimed innocence, saying they were falsely implicated in the case.

They are being tried on charges of gang rape, criminal intimidation and abduction.

After the incident, Delhi Police issued an order to all BPOs in Delhi and the National Capital Region to drop women employees home safely while providing them security.

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