On 19 December 2015, the juveline convict of 16 December 2012 gang rape case was shifted from the correctional facility to an undisclosed spot. He is to be released on 20 December and given a sum of Rs 10,000 to start his life afresh.
The juvenile will also get a new identity to run a tailor shop.
DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal has said that she would appeal to the Chief Justice of India, Delhi High Court and write to the President against the release of the juvenile.
"Extremely sad dat Nirbhaya's convict will walk free on 20th. Dark day in history of the county.Will be appealing to Chief Justice of High Court n Supreme Court and President to intervene. Nirbhaya rapist should not be released," she tweeted.
Allegedly the most brutal of all the six rapists, the juvenile convict, now 20, has spent three years in the facility.
Maliwal stressed that an analysis needs to be carried out to assess the mental health of the juvenile convict.
"Some kind of a analysis needs to be done as to what kind of a reformation this man has gone through. We are hounded by emails, messages and calls from women who are feeling scared with the very fact that this man will come out in open, he could be travelling in a taxi or a bus. India needs to know what reformation he has gone through," Maliwal said.
-- With PTI inputs