The Kathua rape and murder verdict was delivered by special court judge Tejwinder Singh on Monday, 10 June 2019. Six of the seven accused have been convicted of the charges against them, while one of them, Vishal Jangotra, was acquitted on the basis that he had an alibi. One more person was accused in the case, but was not on trial in this court as he was a juvenile at the time.
This article (originally published on 18 April 2018) sets out the details of the chargesheet filed by the police in the case that was the basis of the prosecution case. Read on for more details, including which exact charges were made against each person, what the evidence was against them, and a pre-trial assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the case.