New Delhi: The woman who was allegedly raped by Uber taxi driver Shiv Kumar Yadav identified the man at a court where she had gone to record her statement, and shouted "he is the devil who raped me", the Delhi Police said in its chargesheet, which outlines the evidence against the suspect.
The police says that the woman, after recording her statement before a magistrate, was coming out of the court and saw the accused driver who was being taken by the police for his custodial interrogation.
"The prosecutrix (woman)... Shiv Kumar Yadav ko dekhte huye pehchan liya aur shinakht karte hue chillai ki 'yahi woh darinda hai jisne mera rape kiya hai' (the woman identified Shiv Kumar Yadav after spotting him and shouted 'he is the devil who raped me')," the chargesheet said.
She identified him on December 8.
Yadav, 32, was arrested on December 7 and was brought to the court with a muffler covering his face to conceal his identity on the next day.
He refused to undergo a test identification parade.
When he was coming out of the court room, he removed the muffler, saying he was feeling suffocated.
The woman, who was at the same time coming out from another court room, spotted him and identified him.
Yadav allegedly raped the woman on the night of December 5 when she was heading back home to North Delhi after a night out with friends. She works for a finance company in Gurgaon.