13 counts; including gang rape, unnatural sex, assault, wrongful restraint, criminal conspiracy, criminal intimidation, common intention, destruction of evidence, and certain Sections of the Information Technology Act refers to the incident in which a 22-year-old photojournalist, who was interning with an English-language magazine in Mumbai, was gang-raped by five people, including a juvenile.
The incident occurred on 22 August 2013, when she had gone to the deserted Shakti Mills compound, near Mahalaxmi in South Mumbai, with a male colleague on an assignment.
The family alleged the five arrested men might have played a role in Saturday’s kidnapping, said the officer.
On 20 March 2014, a Mumbai sessions court convicted all five adult accused in both cases on 13 counts.Travellers who opted for non-vegetarian meal were served omlette with rusk, juice, butter and jam.“We know of omlette-bread or pav combination, but have never heard of omlette-toast. Also, the breakfast was served at 8.30am, which is too late considering some had to leave home at 3am to board the train,” said Bhakti Masurkar, a Goregaon resident.All officers of Dindoshi police station and their counterparts in neighbouring areas were alerted.Within 24 hours, we managed to detain the two drivers from Kandivli,” said Vinay Rathod, deputy commissioner of police, Zone XII.She was picked up by two auto drivers, who allegedly sexually assaulted her several times.