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Court defers hearing in Uber cabdriver rape case

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 Jan 2015 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi, January 2: A court here on Friday posted the case against the Uber taxi company driver accused of raping a 27–year–old working woman in the capital for Jan 5 after police took the palm prints of the accused. Metropolitan Magistrate Ajay Kumar Malik posted the next hearing to Friday for considering the charge sheet filed in the case and directed Delhi Police to supply relevant documents to accused, Shiv Kumar Yadav. Meanwhile, the court allowed police to take the palm prints of the accused after police told the court that these are required to match with the prints found in the cab during the probe. It added that the fingerprint of the accused was matched with the prints but his palm print was not taken. Meanwhile defence counsel Alok Dwivedi requested the court to direct police to supply him 10 photographs and six printouts of map that was filed with charge sheet. IANS)

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