New Delhi: The trial in the brutal gangrape and murder of the Delhi Braveheart begins on Tuesday even as the debate over amendments in the juvenile law heats up. The Delhi Police on Tuesday filed the post-mortem report with a supplementary chargesheet. The trial in the brutal Delhi gangrape-cum-murder case begins in a short while from now. Ahead of that, the Delhi police have filed a supplementary chargesheet in the case, which includes the post mortem and FSL reports.
Last week the court had framed charges against the five accused in the case. The sixth being a minor will be tried under juvenile laws.
On Tuesday, the first set of prosecution witnesses will appear and depose before the court. There are a total of 86 witnesses who have to be examined and the prosecution hopes to complete this process within a month.
The list of witnesses include the victim's 28-year-old friend who was with her on that bus. Also people present at the scene of crime, police officials and doctors who treated the girl are expected to depose before the court.
The five accused have been charged under 13 sections of the Indian Penal Code. The charges framed against the accused include gangrape, murder and destruction of evidence. The charges levelled against 5 accused include - IPC Sec 302 (murder), IPC Sec 376 (gangrape), IPC Sec 377 (unnatural offence), IPC Sec 201 (destruction of evidence), IPC Sec 307 (attempt to murder), IPC Sec 365 (kidnapping or abduction), IPC Sec 396 (dacoity with murder), IPC Sec 34 (common intention), IPC Sec 394 (voluntarily causing hurt), IPC Sec 395 (dacoity) and IPC Sec 120-B (criminal conspiracy).