“If one has to look at the trial court proceedings, it has taken just a month for the trial to be completed, including the final arguments. The court ordered day-to-day trial and we completed the trial on a fast-track basis. This case will stand out, on how rape trials can be fast-tracked,” Special Public Prosecutor Atul Shrivastava told The Indian Express.
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“This aspect of the probe agency has to be appreciated. In the end, the media also helped in highlighting the case, which helped in its speedy disposal,” said Shrivastava
“I appreciate the fast-track trial in the case. This is a classic example of how the police and the judiciary has acted swiftly, providing justice to the victim. But such speedy disposals of rape cases should take place even in the absence of media scrutiny. There should not be a ‘pick and choose’ method adopted by the agencies in delivering justice. Even the poorest should have access to such speedy trials in the fast-track court,” Mendiratta told The Indian Express.