New Delhi: Recently, it reached the Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday after the Delhi government rejected the mercy petition of the Nirbhaya case convict. The Ministry of Home Affairs will soon send it to the President. Earlier, the Delhi government had rejected the mercy plea of the convict of this incident which shook the country in 2012. The Delhi government had recommended dismissal of the mercy plea of the convict in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case. Home Minister Sathendra Jain of Delhi Government sent the file of mercy petition to Lt. Governor Anil Baijal. It was said that the mercy petition of the heinous criminal Vinay Sharma of the 2012 Nirbhaya case should be rejected.
According to information received from sources, 23-year-old Vinay Sharma, convicted in the case, has demanded a mercy petition from the President. Delhi government says that heinous criminals cannot be spared. Punishing the guilty will send a message in the society so that no one can even think about such an event in the future. According to Delhi government sources, the Home Minister has also said that there is no justification for accepting the mercy petition. Send the recommendation of the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs.
In this case, Tihar Director General Sandeep Goyal has said that Vinay Sharma, a convict in the Nirbhaya case, has given mercy petition. Tihar has sent it to the Delhi government. The Delhi government has sent it to the Lieutenant Governor. At the same time, the Delhi government has recommended in this that it is heinous crime. Mercy petition should be dismissed. After this, this file has been sent to the Union Home Ministry. Now this petition will go to the President.