Six men are being held in the rape of a passenger on a coach in northern India.
The local police say the victim was taken 'forcibly' to an unknown location on the night of January 11th.
The arrests come just weeks after the gang-rape and murder of another woman on a bus in New Delhi sparked nationwide protests.
The five suspects charged in last's month's gang rape appeared in a court hearing today. The lawyer for one of the five men charged in the brutal rape and murder of the woman says his client is a minor - calling for an age-determination test.
Actress Freida Pinto, famous for her role as Latika in the "Slumdog Millionaire" was in India days after the incident and she's speaking out now for the first time against these horrific crimes in her country.
"We need to keep this fight alive." Pinto added, "Justice needs to be served."
Pinto is a 'Because I am a Girl' Ambassador, a global initiative to end gender inequality, promote girls’ rights and lift millions of girls – and everyone around them – out of poverty.
She's OutFront tonight in an exclusive interview with Erin Burnett at 7p and 11p ET on CNN.
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