Unnao, Dayashankar: Unnao Gangrape case: The victim's uncle was heard by the Delhi Police on Friday (September 13) afternoon in five separate cases from Tihar Jail (Unharo District Court) under strict security arrangements. Court).
In different courts, judges heard more than 4 hours. The lawyer of the victim's uncle presented his arguments in defense. At the same time, the counsel of the accused legislator side also argued. Now the court has fixed the next hearing on 19 and 24 September on this matter. Around 4.45 pm on Friday evening, under tight security, the accused uncle was sent to Tihar Jail in Delhi.
Unnao gang rape victim's uncle has 6 criminal cases registered. He has been convicted in a murder attempt trial, in the same case he is serving sentence in Tihar Jail in Delhi. All the cases are being heard in different courts of Unnao District Court.
The victim's uncle was presented by the Delhi Police and CRPF at around 12 noon in the court of ACGM 6 in the District Court amid tight security from the Tihar Jail. During this, the hearing was done in the case of white paper and fake TC (Date of Birth) case. At the same time, in different courts, the judge heard the cases of train robbery registered in the GRP police, the fight with the brother of the deceased Younus, in a fatal attack.
During the hearing that lasted more than 4 hours, the court heard the matter of applying white. At the same time, the order to appear in the next hearing in the robbery case registered in the GRP was heard. The court has fixed the hearing date in all the cases on 19 September and 24 September 2019.
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Let me tell you that on August 31, there was a hearing in these cases. The victim's lawyer Ajendra Awasthi said that on Friday, the judge heard the victim's uncle in five cases in different courts. The debate has been completed in two cases registered in the GRP police station. The Honorable Court JM has ordered hearing of both the parties on 24 September. At the same time, September 19 has been fixed for hearing in other cases.