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Uber cab rape: Court allows police to take palm print of accused

Court also asked the police to present before it the copies of chargesheet in the case.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: January 2, 2015 3:36:01 pm

The Magistrate Court on Friday allowed the police to take palm print of Uber cab rape accused Shiv Kumar Yadav to find the match with the prints found in the cab.

The finger prints of Yadav matched with those present in the cab but palm print were not taken.

Court also asked the police to present before it the copies of chargesheet in the case.

Earlier on Thursday, Delhi government decided to continue with the ban on aap-based cab booking company Uber and has asked it to fulfil the conditions for taxi operations in the national capital before seeking revocation of punitive action.

Transport department had given a hearing to the US-based cab service provider following a directive from the Delhi High Court.

“Transport department has decided to continue the ban on Uber till they fulfill the conditions laid down in recently modified Radio Taxi-2006 and under which, taxi service providers must need to register themselves with transport department,” said a source.

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