New Delhi, April 23: Mukesh Singh, one of the accused in Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case, on Wednesday, April 22, revealed a shocking information.
According to TOI report, Singh revealed that not rod but screwdriver was inserted into Nirbhaya's private part to remove semen. [Mukesh Singh just made the case for death penalty stronger]
The startling claim was reportedly made in the original version of the controversial BBC documentary, India's Daughter. But the portion was edited and deleted. [Nirbhaya documentary: Why Mukesh Singh's clothes hold key]
He said that the screwdriver was wrapped in a cloth, to erase the evidence of their DNA and it caused her intestines to come out.
The cloth allegedly remained inside Nirbhaya's body and the accused tried to take it out with screw driver that damaged her intestines.
On Wednesday, April 15, Delhi High Court ordered the ban on the telecast of controversial BBC documentary "India's Daughter" on the December 16, 2012, gang rape will continue.
It also refused to pass any interim order on plea against prohibition to telecast the documentary.
The central government told the court that the excerpts of documentary contained an interview with one of the convicted rapists of the December 16 gang rape case and his "chauvinistic and derogatory views" regarding women in general and the victim in particular.
As per social media, the public at large wanted to see the documentary, as within a day of it being put up on YouTube it was viewed by more 2.86 lakh people, the pleas said.