New Delhi: 09 July :- 2012 Delhi Gang Rape Case: The Supreme Court in the Nirbhaya Gangrepe case today ruled on the reintegrate petition of three of four convicts, ie Monday 9th July. The Supreme Court has rejected the petition of three convicts and now the sentence of his execution will not be changed in life imprisonment. That is, the Supreme Court will uphold the sentence of his execution. In the Nirbhaya Rape Case on May 4, the Supreme Court reserved the decision on the plea of the convicts. In the Supreme Court, the bench of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, Justice R Bhanumati and Justice Ashok Bhushan reserved the judgment on the plea of the guilty Vinay, Pawan and Mukesh. Guilty Akshay did not file a reconsideration petition yet. During the hearing of the case the accused were told that this case is not to be hanged. They are coming from a poor background, they are not habitual criminals, so there is a chance to improve.
Upholding its earlier order of death sentence, Supreme Court dismisses review pleas filed by three of the four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case
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– The Supreme Court said that in this case, the culprits were heard in detail during the appeal and they could not tell any basis for reconsidering the decision.
-The Supreme Court said that those convicts, who were sentenced to death, failed to declare any error in the verdict of the top court.
In this case, the Supreme Court said there was no basis for reconsideration.
– The Supreme Court has rejected the plea of three convicts and now the sentence of their execution will not be changed in life imprisonment. I.e. the hanging sentence will remain intact.
– The judgment is being read in the Supreme Court. The judgment will come out in a while.
The Delhi Police opposed these arguments. The court said that these pleas have already turned down the courts. On behalf of Vinay and Pawan, advocate AP Singh told the Supreme Court that punishment should be reduced by looking at his background and social economic condition. 115 countries have abolished the death penalty. There is no place in civil society. Decorated death only eliminates crime, not crime. The punishment of death takes away the right to live. This does not range from the rare to the rare crime category. Death sentence can not be given on the basis of a single main witness and ecological evidence.
The Supreme Court said that during the hearing of the Nirbhaya case, we had patience like the Himalayas. The Supreme Court said during the hearing on the plea of guilty Mukesh: “How can I ignore the marks of Mukesh’s teeth on the victim’s body?” The Supreme Court said that Mukesh has been appointed on the basis of the investigation of the convicted DNA, the last statement of the victim and the basis of the recovery. In the Supreme Court, it said that if you believe that the statement recorded under CRPC 313 should not be considered as you have given a statement after the torcher and if you were under pressure, then no trial in the country would be able to do so.
During the hearing of the case, Delhi Police opposed the plea of Dikshit Mukesh’s reconsideration petition. Delhi Police said that this matter does not make reconsideration. Delhi Police said that what the Torcher Theory is saying is wrong because if it were so, Tihar could tell the jail or the lower court. But they did not do anything like this Delhi Police said that in this case fundamental rights have not been violated anywhere. On behalf of the same convict Mukesh, the court said that he was tortured. I gave affirmation in the lower court, the High Court and the Supreme Court about the torcher but it was not considered.
On behalf of the guilty Mukesh, it was also said that the investigation was not done properly, I was not on mokka. The convicted Mukesh has filed a reconsideration petition in the Supreme Court. In the petition, the petition has been made to revisit the sentence of death. There has been a demand for interim relief on hanging in the petition. A review petition will be heard in the open court. In fact, the Constitutional Bench of five judges had ordered that the Bench of three judges would hear the cases of execution and the reconsideration petition would be heard in an open court.