In June this year, the woman had filed a complaint, alleging that she was abducted and gangraped in a moving car. She had said that the accused had filmed the act and were blackmailing her. She had also accused a woman of helping the seven accused, who included her boyfriend.
In 2011, when the petitioners went to GCRI to join the institute, they were told that they would be required to pay Rs 1,00,000 per term for 3 years to the GCRI over and above the fees fixed by the B J Medical College and Gujarat University.
New Delhi, Feb 11 (ANI): Vrinda Grover, who is representing Ishrat Jahan’s family in court, on Thursday insisted that Ishrat had no terror links. She said that Headley’s statement is “extremely manipulative” and cannot be “treated as evidence” as per the Indian law. A judicial enquiry, the Gujarat High Court and the CBI all concluded that the encounter was fake.