Hearing in the Supreme Court on hang Nirbhaya convicts separately - AB TAK NEWS

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Thursday, 6 February 2020

Hearing in the Supreme Court on hang Nirbhaya convicts separately

Hearing in the Supreme Court on the Centre's petition to hang Nirbhaya convicts separately
The Supreme Court will hear on Friday the Center's plea against the hanging of the four convicts sentenced to death in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case.  Earlier, the Delhi High Court rejected the Centre's petition against the stay of execution of these convicts, after which the Center appealed to the Supreme Court.  The High Court did not allow Nirbhaya's convicts to be hanged separately.

 Additional Solicitor General KM Nataraj, appearing for the Center, requested the petition to be listed for immediate hearing before the bench of Justice NV Ramana, Justice Sanjeev Khanna and Justice Krishna Murari.  Nataraj told the court that the jail administration is unable to hang the convicts in the case while their reconsideration petitions have been dismissed and corrective petitions and mercy petitions of three of them have also been dismissed.

 The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said that the four convicts will be hanged together and not separately.  At the same time, the court gave him a deadline of one week to use the remaining legal remedies.  He said that if the convicts do not enter any kind of plea within seven days from now, then the concerned institutions / authorities can deal with the case as per law without any delay.

 Hours after the High Court's decision, the Center filed an appeal against it in the Supreme Court.  The High Court said that all the four convicts in Nirbhaya cases should be hanged together and not separately and the court also blamed the concerned authorities for the fact that after the Supreme Court dismissed the accused's appeal in 2017  Did not step in to issue death warrant.

 The trial court on January 31 stayed the execution of Mukesh Kumar Singh (32), Pawan Gupta (25), Vinay Kumar Sharma (26) and Akshay Kumar (31) in Tihar Jail till further orders.  was.  A lawyer associated with the case said that the grounds laid for the challenge in the apex court are almost the same as those laid in the High Court while filing an appeal against the decision of the lower court.  He said that the petition filed in the Supreme Court said that the culprits could be hanged separately as Mukesh had exercised all the legal options including mercy petition.

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