Last month, the Delhi High Court directed a trial court to initiate proceedings against a woman and her brother-in-law for falsely accusing two men of committing gangrape.
The judgment, by a Bench of Justices GS Sistani and AK Chawla, was passed on July 6.
The woman, in her testimony before the trial court, had stated that the main accused had lured her under the pretext of arranging to reinstate her in the organization after her . . .
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