The Supreme Court will pronounce the verdict on Friday in the Nirbhaya Gangrepe and Murder case which had jolted the entire country. Nirbhaya's father said that the society will get justice from the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court will pronounce the verdict on Friday on the application of the four convicts convicted in the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case. After the hearing in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court had reserved the decision on March 27 in this matter. The High Court's decision has been challenged in the Supreme Court by the guilty Akshay Thakur, Vinay Sharma, Pawan Gupta and Mukesh.
Nirbhaya's father told NBT that he is expected to get justice from the Supreme Court on Friday. I believe that the entire society will get justice in this matter. The atrocities subjected to Nirbhaya are not the sordid sage of one girl; rather it is against the society.
After this incident, there was a great indignation of the people. Parliament made changes in law related to rape and there was a provision for strict punishment in the case of rape. Although this incident took place five years ago but hearing in the Supreme Court had been completed. The father of the victim hoped that ultimately justice will prevail.
Plea of government
Senior Advocate Siddharth Luthra, who was present on behalf of Delhi Police, argued that these four accused have done barbaric acts and hence these four people should be sentenced to death in this case. There are no circumstances to reduce punishment. There should be no concession in the sentence in this case. Meanwhile, Raj Advocate Raju Ramachandran, counselor, appearing for the convicts, said that the punishment for keeping the guilty prisoners in a lifetime can be an option. At the same time, advocate AP Singh and ML Sharma, appearing on behalf of the guilty, said that in view of the age of the guilty, family background and circumstances, they should not be sentenced to death
Debate started from 4th April 2016
The debate started on April 4, 2016 in the Supreme Court. In the Supreme Court, the four culprits have challenged the High Court's decision. On behalf of Mujriman Mukesh and Pawan, his lawyer ML Sharma had initiated the plea, after which the lawyer AP Singh had argued on behalf of the other accused in this case. Supreme Court appointed senior advocate Raju Ramachandran in the case on April 8 in the case of four convicts in this case, in order to appoint Amiks Curie (Court Advisor) for the two culprits in the case, while Advocate Sanjay Hegde has left the case. Amicus Curie was appointed for the culprits. The lower court had sentenced the four to death, after which they had appealed in the High Court and were sentenced to death by the High Court, after which special permission petition was filed in the Supreme court on behalf of them, after which Supreme Court The court had reserved the decision.
The Fast Track Court Decided the case within 9 Months
The lower court had sentenced the four to death on September 13, 2013 and referred the case to the High Court for confirming the punishment of the four. The fast track court in Saket had convicted the four for gang rape and murder. Four were sentenced to death for murder and the court considered the case as the Reveret of Rare.
The lower court had sent the matter to the High Court for confirming the punishment, and the four accused had challenged the lower court's decision in the High Court. The High Court's High Court confirmed the death sentence of four convicts Akshay Thakur, Vinay Sharma, Pawan Gupta and Mukesh on March 13, 2014 in the High Court of the Conflict. Judge of High Court Justice Rewa Khetrapal and Justice Pratibha Rani had reserved the judgment on January 3, 2014 after hearing the case.
Appeal in the Supreme Court
After the High Court's decision, in the Supreme Court, Mukesh Pawan had filed an appeal on March 15, 2014 by his lawyer ML Sharma. After this, on behalf of other culprits, their counsel, AP Singh, had approached the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has issued notice to the government in this matter, keeping the hanging hanging on them.
Bench of Three Judges
The Supreme Court had constituted a bench of 3 judges to hear the case related to the appeal against the death penalty on April 28, 2014. Juvenile is to be kept in the Juvenile house for 3 years. An accused Ram Singh was hanged in Tihar Jail, while the sixth accused was Juvenile, who was ordered by Juvenile Court for three years in Juvenile Homes. Three years after leaving the Juvenile home, he was released.