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2 accused want to be state witnesses

 NEW DELHI, Jan 6 In a desperate bid to escape punishment, two of the six accused in the Delhi gangrape case today told a court that they want to become witnesses on behalf of the state while two others pleaded for legal aid, reports PTI.

Out of four accused, who were produced before Metropolitan Magistrate Jyoti Kler inside her chamber after expiry of their 14-days of judicial remand, Pawan Gupta and Vinay Sharma refused to take the service of legal aid counsel and expressed their willingness to become witnesses in the gangrape-cum-murder case. Besides the two, Ram Singh and his brother Mukesh who were also produced before the court, have asked for legal aid counsel .

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