A four hundred page charge sheet was filed against four accused in the Delhi Cantt rape case two weeks ago by the Delhi Police.
A speedy investigation was directed by the Union Home Ministry and a case was registered on August 2, against four accused namely Radhe Shyam, the priest of the crematorium in South west Delhi, Kuldeep Singh, Salim Ahmad and Laxmi Narayan.
A case had been registered under sections 302 (murder), 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder), 376D (gang rape), 342( wrongful confinement), 506( criminal intimidation) and 201 (destruction of evidence).
However, a Delhi Court on Friday, finally took details of the charge sheet filed by the Delhi Police in the gang-rape and murder case.
Warrants were produced against all accused by Additional Sessions Judge Ashutosh Kumar of the Patiala High Court. The further hearing will be conducted on September 29.
An FIR was registered against the four accused on the basis of the statement of the victim’s mother who said that her daughter was raped, murdered and cremated without their consent.
The High Court had asked for the status report of the investigation carried out in the case. The Court also enquires about the alleged delay in the filing of FIR.