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Qasim Shaikh (21) was arrested at am on 25 August, outside Nair Hospital in Agripada.
Two minors, one in each case, were tried by the Juvenile Justice Board separately.
They were convicted on 15 July 2015, and sentenced to three years (including time in custody) in a Nashik reform school, the maximum punishment that a juvenile offender can receive under Indian law.
His parents, two sisters and two brothers, stayed at a rented flat at Jai Ambe Park in Virar (East).
He had previously been arrested in 2011 for breaking into a house.
In a statement to the media from her hospital bed, the victim said, "I want no other woman in this city and country to go through such a brutal physical humiliation perpetrators should be punished severely as they have ruined my life.
No punishment short of a life term will take away my pain and humiliation and physical abuse I underwent. I will continue fighting." The victim also expressed her eagerness to return to work, stating, "I want to join duty as early as possible." Nirmala Samant Prabhawalkar, a member of the National Commission for Women who met the victim at the hospital stated, "She is recuperating from her injuries and trauma.Later a call centre employee reported that she too had been gang raped, on 31 July 2013.On 20 March 2014, a Mumbai sessions court convicted all five adult accused in both cases on 13 counts.On 4 April 2014, the court awarded the death penalty to the three repeat offenders in the photojournalist rape case.The other two convicts were awarded life imprisonment.They went by taxi to Jaslok Hospital at Peddar Road.