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Braveheart Nirbhaya's body cremated at a private ceremony in Delhi

New Delhi, Sun, 30 Dec 2012 NI Wire

Nirbhaya, the 23-year-old victim of Delhi gang rape, who died on Saturday morning following multiple organ failure at Singapore hospital, was cremated at a private ceremony on Sunday morning at Delhi.

"The body arrived this morning and the cremation has been done," a home ministry spokesperson said but refused to reveal further details.

The victim’s body was consecrated after post-mortem and preserved in a special casket before sending to India in a chartered Air India aircraft, which was accompanied by her parents.

Nirbhaya, who was battling for her life for last two weeks after being attacked and raped brutally on a moving bus by sex men in New Delhi two weeks ago, went her initial treatment at Safdarjung Hospital before being flown to a Singapore hospital for treatment when her condition deteriorated.

The incident of gangrape and murder has triggered a emotion of grief and anger across India which has led to massive protests in every part of the nation especially in the capita Delhi, where the incident took place.

-With inputs from IANS


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December 31, 2012 at 10:58 AM

It is high time that the culprits of this atrocity is exposed and their photos should be published everywhere. There is no need to hide them anymore



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