NEW DELHI — In the case of alleged assault and murder of the Unnao rape survivor’s father in judicial custody on April 9 last year, the Special Sessions Court at Delhi’s Tis Hazari on Thursday started cross examination of the victim’s sister.
The cross examination of victim’s mother was completed on Wednesday, reports IANS.
The court is also likely to take cognisance of the chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the gang rape case.
Investigating in the Unnao Rape and murder case, the Special Judge Dharmesh Sharma had sought the help of the tech giant Apple, the iPhone manufacturer to know the location of the accused Kuldeep Singh Sengar on the day he allegedly raped the 17-year-old girl from Unnao.
The tech giant had to give the required information by October 9.
The Apple, however, on Wednesday had told the Special Sessions Court holding trial in the case that it does not have the details regarding the location of accused Kuldeep Singh Sengar’s phone on the day he allegedly raped the girl.
The court had on September 29 given the company time after the technology firm sought two weeks to locate and access the requisite data.
(With agency inputs)