New Delhi: The trial of the five men charged with gang raping and brutalising a 23-year-old medical student on a moving bus in the national capital last December will continue on Monday.
The fast-track court on Monday is likely to decide on a plea by the defence lawyers in the case, that is whether to legally consider an interview given by the victim's male friend to a news channel, said reports.
Last week, the doctors who examined the accused in the Delhi gang rape case testified in court.
Earlier, the prosecution had called the 23-year-old victim's software engineer friend to testify in court. He was accompanying the victim on the night the attack took place.
The friend was also cross-examined by the defence lawyers in court.
The trial is being held in-camera, which refrains the media from reporting the day-to-day proceedings in detail.
The Delhi Police had filed a supplementary chargesheet in the case. It included the victim's autopsy report from the Singapore hospital where she died on December 29.