A court in the Indian capital Delhi has sentenced five men to life imprisonment for the 2014 gang rape of a Danish woman in the city.
The 52-year-old visitor was burglarized and assaulted at blade point in January 2014.
Nine individuals, including three minors, were captured for the wrongdoing. One charged kicked the bucket, while the minors are being attempted in an adolescent court.
Examination of sexual viciousness in India has developed subsequent to the 2012 group assault and murder of an understudy on a Delhi transport.
The five men have the privilege to offer the sentence in a higher court.
The traveler had lost her way to her inn in Delhi’s Paharganj territory when she drew closer the men to request headings.
She gave police a nitty gritty explanation about what transpired within the sight of the Danish envoy before leaving the nation not long after the ambush.
The 2012 posse assault prompted challenges and new hostile to assault laws in India.
In any case, severe sexual assaults against ladies and youngsters keep on being accounted for the nation over.