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US woman gang-rape: Hearing to continue on Mar. 21

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A will continue the hearing on American tourist gang-rape case on March 21.

The Police have claimed that ample incriminating evidences have been found against the accused and a 5000 page chargesheet has been prepared containing the names of 50 witnesses.

The Police have chargesheeted four persons for allegedly gang-raping and committing unnatural sex with an American tourist at a five-star hotel in Connaught Place last year.

The chargesheet against the four accused -- Anirudh Singh, a tour guide, Vivek, a hotel employee, Om Prakash, a driver of a tourist bus, and Maqsood Khan, the cleaner of the bus -- has been filed in the Patiala House The police had identified the accused with the help of call records available with the hotel.

The complainant had contacted the erstwhile Police Commissioner of Delhi, Alok Verma, on December 3 last year to get the complaint registered. She has claimed that she was brutalised on March 8 and 9 March last year when she had visited India.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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A Delhi Court will continue the hearing on American tourist gang-rape case on March 21.The Delhi Police have claimed that ample incriminating evidences have been found against the accused and a 5000 page chargesheet has been prepared containing the names of 50 witnesses.The Delhi Police have chargesheeted four persons for allegedly gang-raping and committing unnatural sex with an American tourist at a five-star hotel in Connaught Place last year.The chargesheet against the four accused -- Anirudh Singh, a tour guide, Vivek, a hotel employee, Om Prakash, a driver of a tourist bus, and Maqsood Khan, the cleaner of the bus -- has been filed in the Patiala House Court. The police had identified the accused with the help of call records available with the hotel.The complainant had contacted the erstwhile Police Commissioner of Delhi, Alok Verma, on December 3 last year to get the complaint registered. She has claimed that she was brutalised on March 8 and 9 March last year when she had ...

A will continue the hearing on American tourist gang-rape case on March 21.

The Police have claimed that ample incriminating evidences have been found against the accused and a 5000 page chargesheet has been prepared containing the names of 50 witnesses.

The Police have chargesheeted four persons for allegedly gang-raping and committing unnatural sex with an American tourist at a five-star hotel in Connaught Place last year.

The chargesheet against the four accused -- Anirudh Singh, a tour guide, Vivek, a hotel employee, Om Prakash, a driver of a tourist bus, and Maqsood Khan, the cleaner of the bus -- has been filed in the Patiala House The police had identified the accused with the help of call records available with the hotel.

The complainant had contacted the erstwhile Police Commissioner of Delhi, Alok Verma, on December 3 last year to get the complaint registered. She has claimed that she was brutalised on March 8 and 9 March last year when she had visited India.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US woman gang-rape: Hearing to continue on Mar. 21

A will continue the hearing on American tourist gang-rape case on March 21.

The Police have claimed that ample incriminating evidences have been found against the accused and a 5000 page chargesheet has been prepared containing the names of 50 witnesses.

The Police have chargesheeted four persons for allegedly gang-raping and committing unnatural sex with an American tourist at a five-star hotel in Connaught Place last year.

The chargesheet against the four accused -- Anirudh Singh, a tour guide, Vivek, a hotel employee, Om Prakash, a driver of a tourist bus, and Maqsood Khan, the cleaner of the bus -- has been filed in the Patiala House The police had identified the accused with the help of call records available with the hotel.

The complainant had contacted the erstwhile Police Commissioner of Delhi, Alok Verma, on December 3 last year to get the complaint registered. She has claimed that she was brutalised on March 8 and 9 March last year when she had visited India.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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