Trial:

Court Yogesh Khanna, Additional Sessions Judge, Saket District Courts, New Delhi
Case Sessions Case No. 114 of 2013
Case by State of NCT of Delhi
Accused/Defendant
  1. Ram Singh, since deceased
  2. Mukesh
  3. Akshay Kumar Singh
  4. Vinay Sharma
  5. Pawan Kumar @ Kaalu
Charges Indian Penal Code:

  • Section 120B – Criminal conspiracy;
  • Section 365 / 366 IPC read with section 120-B IPC for abducting the victims, with an intention to force the prosecutrix to illicit intercourse;
  • Section 307 read with section 120-B for attempting to kill the complainant;
  • 376(2)(g) for committing gang rape with the prosecutrix in pursuance of their conspiracy;
  • Section 377 read with Section 120-B for committing unnatural offence with the prosecutrix ;
  • Section 302 read with section 120-B for committing murder of the helpless prosecutrix;
  • Section 395 for conjointly committing dacoity in pursuance of the aforesaid conspiracy;
  • Section 397 read with section 120-B IPC for the use of iron rods and for attempting to kill PW1 at the time of committing robbery;
  • Section 201 read with section 120-B for destroying of evidence;
  • Section 412 for the offence of being individually found in possession ( retention ) of the stolen property which they all knew was a stolen booty of dacoity committed by them.
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High Court:

Case No. Death Sentence Reference No. 6 of 2013
Case Title State (through reference) v. Ram Singh and Ors.
Judge Justice Reva Khetrapal
Date of Judgment 13 March 2014
Advocates For State:

  • Dayan Krishnan, Special Public Prosecutor

For Respodents:

  • A.P. Singh, Advocate for Akshay Kumar and Vinay Sharma
  • M.L. Sharma, Advocate for Mukesh and Pawan Kumar Gupta.
Verdict Death reference upheld and the Appeals of the accused dismissed.
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Supreme Court:

Case
SLP (Crl) No. 3119-3120 of 2014
Mukesh and Anr. [Pawan Kumar Gupta] v. State of NCT of Delhi
SLP (Crl) No. 15027-5028 of2014
Vinay Sharma and Anr. [Akshay Kumar] v. State of NCT of Delhi

Probable date of hearing: May 2015

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