Mumbai gangrape chargesheet filed, key evidence to be included

Mumbai gangrape chargesheet to be filed
Mumbai, Sept 19: Its been close to a month ever since the ghastly Mumbai gangrape took place, where a 22-year-old photojournalist was gangraped by five men in the deserted Shakti Mills Compound.

The Mumbai Police is filed its first chargesheet in a juvenile court on Thursday, which will have details such as the victim's ordeal, the forensic data collected by the teams, witnesses' statements, evidence collected from the spot and other details.

The police are likely to include even the phone records and identification parade information too in the chargesheet.

Police officials claim that they have sufficient evidence to nail all the five accussed, including the minor.

Police claim sufficient evidence against the accused

The victim and her friend had earlier identified the minor in an identification parade as one of the accused. Even the accused had confessed to their crime and admitted that they were involved in similar crimes in the past but always managed to away.

The photojournalist, along with a male colleague had gone for an assignment to the Shakti Mills compound on August 22, where she was approached by the accused and was gangraped by them.

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