Indian government criticised for failing to protect citizens
Although justice is expected to be swift and severe for the six men accused of raping and murdering a young Indian woman in New Delhi last year, as Karishma Vyas reports, the government is being accused of failing to protect its citizens.
The trial of five men accused of savagely raping and murdering a young Indian woman on a bus last year is continuing in New Delhi.
If convicted the men could face the death penalty. A sixth defendant will be tried by a juvenile court.
Even though justice in this case is expected to be swift and severe, the Indian government has been widely criticised for failing to protect its citizens.
A weekly analysis of the biggest stories affecting Asia and the Pacific, the program features interviews with key decision-makers from across the region.