New Delhi: Delhi Police on Tuesday said it was moving court against the airing of a BBC documentary interviewing one of those convicted of the Dec 16, 2012 horrific gang rape.
"We are going to move the court against the broadcast of such inputs," Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi told reporters here.
"This was a ghastly crime and the law has been broken, we will investigate the case," Bassi said.
He said they were filing a first information report (FIR) on the basis of media reports over the documentary.
The documentary by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin has kicked up a storm for interviewing Mukesh Sharma, who is among the six men who raped the Dec 16, 2012 victim on board a moving bus.
The convict said the girl should not have "resisted" while being raped.
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