Whether Nirbhaya's convicts are hanged individually or not, shall be heard today

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: The case of hanging the 4 convicts of Nirbhaya individually has reached the Supreme Court. It shall be heard on Friday. Earlier, the Delhi High Court rejected the Central Government's petition towards the ban on the hanging of those convicts.

Additional Solicitor General KM Nataraj, showing for the Center, requested the petition to be listed for instant listening to earlier than the bench of Justice NV Ramana. Natraj instructed the court docket that the jail administration is unable to hold the culprits within the case, whereas their reconsideration petitions have been rejected. <! –

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                 The Delhi High Court on Wednesday mentioned that the 4 convicts shall be hanged collectively, not individually.

At the identical time, the court docket gave him a deadline of 1 week to make use of the remaining authorized treatments. He mentioned that if the convicts don’t file any type of plea inside seven days from now, then the involved establishments / authorities can cope with the case as per legislation with none delay. After the High Court's choice, the Center filed an attraction within the Supreme Court towards it.

Tihar administration reached court docket for brand spanking new loss of life warrant

In the Nirbhaya case, the 4 convicts sought solutions until Friday on a petition filed in reference to the difficulty of recent loss of life warrants. Additional Sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana sought the reply of the convicts on a petition filed on Thursday by Tihar Jail authorities for issuing recent loss of life warrants. The trial court docket had on January 31 stayed the execution of the 4 convicts Mukesh Kumar Singh (32), Pawan Gupta (25), Vinay Kumar Sharma (26) and Akshay Kumar (31) until additional orders.

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