Delhi Gangrape: Singapore Docs vital link in nailing rapists

Protest against Delhi Gangrape
New Delhi, Feb 25: Just few days before her death, the 23-year-old paramedical student, who was brutally gang-raped and assaulted in national capital was airlifted to Singapore's Mount Elizabeth Hospital for treatment. Unfortunately, doctors at the Singapore hospital failed to keep her alive.

Earlier, she was undergoing treatment at Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi.

However, three doctors who treated the brave-heart, before she died on Dec 29, 2012 are going to depose before fast-track court in New Delhi through video conferencing from Monday, Feb 25. Media reports say one of the doctors had prepared the post-mortem report of the victim.

The doctors form vital link in nailing the five accused, who along with one juvenile brutally raped, assaulted and thrown the victim from a moving bus in the national capital on Dec 16, 2012. The five accused are being tried at a special fast-track court in New Delhi. However, as the sixth accused has been declared as a juvenile, his trial will be undertaken by Juvenile Justice Board.

The entire nation is demanding death penalty for all the accused. The fatal gang-rape episode woke up the entire nation. Large-scale protests were witnessed across the nation.

Even the father of the victim has asked for death penalty for all the six rapists.

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