Delhi gang-rape: Juvenile’s journey from crime to prison
New Delhi: In the first conviction in the December 16 gang-rape case, juvenile justice board today found the minor offender guilty of murder and rape of the 23-year- old girl and sentenced him to three-year prison term.
Following is the chronology of the events in the brutal
Dec 16, 2012: A
paramedic student was gangraped and brutally assaulted by six men in a private
bus and thrown out of the moving vehicle along with her male friend. They were
admitted to Safdarjung Hospital.
Dec 17: Police
identified four accused - the bus driver Ram Singh, his brother Mukesh, Vinay
Sharma and Pawan Gupta.
Dec 18: Ram Singh
and three others were arrested.
Dec 20: Victim`s
Delinquent juvenile nabbed from Anand Vihar bus terminal in Delhi.
Victim`s friend identifies Mukesh as one of the culprits.
Police conducts raids in Haryana and Bihar to nab the sixth
accused, Akshay Thakur.
Dec 22: Thakur
arrested in Aurangabad district of Bihar. Victim records statement before the
SDM in hospital.
Protesters defy prohibitory orders, took to streets against the incident.
Constable Subhash Tomar rushed to hospital with fatal injuries.
Dec 25: Doctors
term victim`s condition critical. In the meantime, constable Tomar succumbs to
Government decides to take victim to Singapore`s Mount Elizabeth Hospital
following a cardiac arrest.
Dec 29: Victim
succumbs to injuries and other medical conditions at 2:15 am.
Police adds murder charge in the FIR.
2013: CJI Altamas Kabir inaugurates fast track court (FTC) for speedy trial
in the case.
Jan 3: Police
files charge sheet against five adult accused for offences including murder,
gang-rape, attempt to murder, kidnapping, unnatural offences and dacoity etc.
Jan 5: Court
takes cognisance of the charge sheet.
Jan 7: Court
orders in-camera proceedings.
Jan 17: FTC
starts proceedings against five adult accused.
Jan 28: JJB says minority of an accused is proved.
Feb 2: FTC frames charges against five adult accused.
Feb 28: JJB frames charges against the minor.
Mar 11: Ram Singh commits suicide in Tihar jail.
Mar 22: Delhi HC allows national media to report FTC proceedings.
Jul 5: Inquiry (trial) in JJB against juvenile in
gangrape-cum-murder case and robbery matter concludes. JJB to pronounce verdict
on July 11.
Jul 8: FTC completes recording of testimonies of prosecution
witnesses in the case.
Jul 11: JJB defers to July 25 its verdict in the case against the
JJB holds minor
guilty of illegally confining and robbing a carpenter on December 16 night
before allegedly taking part in the gangrape.
Jul 25: JJB again defers to August 5 the verdict in
gangrape-cum-murder case after a PIL was filed in the Supreme Court seeking
fresh interpretation of term "juvenile".
Jul 31: SC asks JJB not to pronounce verdict in the case till it
decides the PIL of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy.
Aug 5: JJB defers verdict to August 19 pursuant to apex court`s
Aug 14: SC reserves order on maintainability of Swamy`s PIL.
Aug 19: JJB again defers verdict to August 31.
Aug 22: SC allows JJB to pronounce its verdict in the December 16
gangrape-cum-murder case involving the minor.
Aug 31, 2013: JJB convicts the minor for gangrape and murder and
awards three years term at a probation home.
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