The three accused in Kathua case have moved the Supreme Court alleging custodial torture by the police.
They have also demanded that their interrogation be video recorded.
The Supreme Court will hear the plea on May 16.
A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud today agreed to hear on Wednesday the plea of Sahil Sharma and two others
According to their plea, they had already recorded their statements before the police and the magistrate.
The three witnesses had in their statement before the magistrate said they gave their statement to the police under coercion.
The petition today alleged that the state police was now asking them to re-appear and re-record their statements and exerting pressure in their families.
The victim, from a minority nomadic community, had disappeared from near her home in a village close to Kathua in the Jammu region on January 10.
Her body was found in the same area a week later.