The family of the December 16 Delhi gang-rape victim is heavily disappointed with the Monday order of the Supreme Court staying the execution of two of the key convicts in the case and demanded a death penalty for them.
Saddened by the Supreme Court`s decision to put a stay on the execution of two men convicted for their role in the gang-rape and murder of her daughter, Nirbhaya`s mother on Monday said that they were hurt by the decision.
Two of the four death row convicts in the December 16 gang-rape case have told the Delhi High Court that they were wrongly convicted by the trial court as they were not inside the moving bus in which the girl was allegedly raped by six persons.
A magistrate on Tuesday told a Delhi court that Akshay Thakur, one of the four death row convicts in the December 16 gang-rape and murder case, had refused to participate in test identification parade despite being warned that it would go against him during the trial.
A relative of an accused in the December 16 gang-rape case has refuted Delhi police`s claim in a special court that she concocted a false story at the behest of their lawyer that he had taken a train to Bihar.
One of the accused in the December 16 gang-rape case on Wednesday interfered during the recording of statements of defence witnesses in a special court saying "he has been falsely implicated by the Delhi police".
One of the doctors, who attended to the December 16 gang-rape victim, on Saturday told a fast track court here that the "nature of injuries" suffered by her can be caused by the weapons that were shown to them by the police.