Agencies, New Delhi
Supreme Court on Thursday will pass appropriate orders with respect to the transfer of Unnao case from Uttar Pradesh to Delhi and providing compensation to victim and her family members.
A bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi, said, we will pass appropriate orders after 2pm.
The top court heard all the detailed arguments from the CBI, Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta and Amicus Curiae V Giri in the Unnao rape case.
Explaining the delay in informing about the letter sent by the Unnao rape victim on threat to life, Solicitor-General told the Supreme Court "we receive over 5,000 PILs every month."
"This month, we got 6,900 such letters and we were not supposed to be knowing her name," he added.
SG Mehta gave details to SC about 4 FIRs. He also gave the details about accused in cases and counter cases by accused and victims.
After hearing this, the CJI asked the SG how long the CBI take time to complete investigation in accident case? To this, SG said, "I will inform."
SG informed the SC that chargesheets have been filled in three cases by CBI.