Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir will inaugurate a fast-track court at Saket here, which will hear the gang-rape and murder case of the 23-year-old medical student, reports said.
The police will submit its 1,000-page chargesheet at the magistrate´s court in Saket on Thursday, following which it will be transferred to the fast-track court.
Last month, the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court had said that all cases related to crimes against women in the city would be handled by fast-track courts.
Three other fast-track courts will start functioning from Dwarka, Rohini and Tis Hazari from January 3, said reports.
The post-mortem report of the Delhi gang rape victim is also scheduled to reach Delhi from Singapore on Wednesday.
On December 16, the medical student, who was returning home after watching a movie with her boyfriend, was gang raped by six men on a bus and assaulted with an iron rod. She succumbed to her injuries on December 29 at a Singapore hospital.