upreme Court takes stern steps to shun the Nirbahaya culprits – The Verdict to be taken to action within March 23, 2020 The elicit decision will be taken concerning the Government’s appeal, granting permission to individually hang them to death – Supreme Court
Delhi: On March 5th, the supreme court made it placidly clear that the postponing of the scheduled execution of death sentence of the four Nirbahaya rape case convicts on March 20, might lead to the separate execution of the convicts as on March 23.
The trio judges panel led by Justice R. Banumathi made an entry into the picture while addressing the Government’s appeal that the prospects are inflated towards the fact that one of the other convicts might emerge into the court with a new defensive plea to the agenda, which will further delay the execution.
However, Solicitor General, Tushar Mehta and Justice Bhanumathi are quite stringent regarding the adjournment by the convicts despite the constant overlay of petitions from the defense for the last 2 years. The General says that the system is highly suffering due to the consistent delay of the punishment and the culprits are enjoying the ride.
The whole nation wants to seek justice for the dreaded event of the Nirbhaya gang rape, which is a delusional event of crime and disgust in the history of the capital. The convicts deserve to be hanged to death and no delay in the execution will be tolerated by the Supreme Court after March 20th. Moreover, Justice Bhanumathi intimidated that the court will not accept any extended hearing proposal too as on March 23.
The judicial apex body of the court hearing was released within an hour that instigated the fresh death warrant to execute the four guilty men on March 20 at 5.30 am. The convicts have thrashed the proceedings of the system willfully and the final verdict was immaculate after the President rejected the mercy plea of one of the four convicts named Pawan Gupta, who brutally raped the 23-year-old medical student on December 2016.