India court dismisses appeal against death penalty over 2012 bus rape

India court dismisses appeal against death penalty over 2012 bus rape
India court dismisses appeal against death penalty over 2012 bus rape

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Akshay Thakur (top), one of the four men who were sentenced to death for the rape and murder of a young woman on a bus last December, disembarks a police vehicle outside a court in New Delhi Sept 24, 2013. — Reuters pic

NEW DELHI, Dec 18 — India’s top court today dismissed an appeal against the death penalty by one of four men convicted of gang-raping and murdering a woman on a bus in New Delhi, saying it found no reason to review the sentence.

Four men were convicted of the rape and murder of the young physiotherapy student, who was tortured on a bus in New Delhi in 2012, an attack that triggered shockwaves across India and abroad.

The victim came from a lower-middle class family and worked in a call centre while she studied.

Her mother told reporters she welcomed the ruling and hoped all four men would be executed soon.

“This is one step closer to justice,” she said. — Reuters


 

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