Uber cab rape case: Delhi court records statements of three witnesses
A Delhi court on Tuesday recorded the testimonies of three prosecution witnesses, including two police officials, in the Uber cab rape case of December last year.
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday recorded the testimonies of three prosecution witnesses, including two police officials, in the Uber cab rape case of December last year.
Additional Sessions Judge Kaveri Baweja recorded the statements of witnesses-- a Delhi Police constable, a Malkhana official and nodal officer of Vodafone.
The Vodafone official brought the records of the mobile number used by the cab driver Shiv Kumar Yadav, who had allegedly raped a 25-year-old woman executive, including the call detail records for the period December 5-7 last year.
The Malkhana official said that he had deposited in the malkhana several sealed articles as part of case property, including a parcel and the Swift Dzire car.
Constable Arvind testified that on December 12, 2014, he was handed over a mobile phone, recovered from the 32-year-old driver during his personal search at the time of arrest, which he had taken to the CFSL office for forensic tests.
The court has summoned three witnesses -- the doctor who had first examined the victim, a nodal officer of Airtel and a Delhi Police official-- for recording of their statements tomorrow.
The court had earlier recorded the statements of seven witnesses including the victim who had identified Yadav as the one who had raped her on the night of December 5, 2014 when she had hired the cab and was returning home in west Delhi's Inderlok area.