Delhi gang-rape: HC sets up fast-track courts
New Delhi: Taking suo motu cognisance of the shocking case of the gang-rape of a 23-year-old girl in a moving bus, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Police Commissioner to file status report on the case within two days.
The court also approved setting up of five fast-track courts in the city even as it expressed concern on people losing faith in police and judiciary.
The court also asked the government to provide best medical facilities to the victim and her male friend.
The police have been asked to submit details, in two days, about cops patrolling the area where the girl was raped for 40 minutes.
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