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Delhi gangrape victim's body arrives in New Delhi from Singapore

The body of the 23-year-old gangrape victim was brought to India early this morning from Singapore where she died after battling for life for 13 days. A special aircraft of Air India carrying the mortal remains of the victim, who died in Mount Elizebeth hospital yesterday, landed at IGI airport in New Delhi at around 3.30 am. Pay your homage to the braveheartHow the fight ended

delhi Updated: Dec 30, 2012 10:04 IST
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The body of 23-year-old gangrape victim was brought to India early on Sunday morning from Singapore where she died after battling for life for 13 days.

A Special aircraft of Air India carrying the mortal remains of the victim, who died in Mount Elizebeth hospital on Saturday morning, landed at IGI airport in New Delhi at around 3.30 am.

The body was taken out of the airport in an ambulance of a private hospital through the Palam technical area. The girl, a physiotherapy student, was gangraped and brutally assaulted allegedly by six men in a moving bus in South Delhi on December 16 night.

While undergoing treatment at Safdarjung hospital, she was shifted to the Singapore hospital for further treatment.

The aircraft AIC-380A took off from Singapore at around 12:30 am local time (10pm IST on Saturday), Indian High Commission officials said.

The girl breathed her last on Saturday at 4:45 am (2:15 am IST). On the chartered plane, sent by the Indian government, were her family members who have been in Singapore since the girl was brought to the hospital here in an extremely critical condition.

The victim, who underwent three surgeries, had damaged internal organs in the assault. She also suffered a cardiac arrest and brain injury.

Police have slapped murder charges, which has death penalty in rarest of rare cases, against the six accused and will file the chargesheet against them on January three.

Investigators said they will seek the harshest punishment for the culprits.



Hospital staff carry the victim's body to the police morgue vehicle at the Mount Elizabeth hospital. AFP