NCW chief writes to Kovind demanding rejection of mercy petition of Nirbhaya case convicts

Dec 03 2019 09:09 AM
NCW chief writes to Kovind demanding rejection of mercy petition of Nirbhaya case convicts

New Delhi: The National Commission for Women has urged President Ram Nath Kovind to reject the mercy petition of the convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya case, saying it would deter others from committing such crimes against young girls and women. The Commission has said that it will prevent others from committing such crimes against young girls and women.

According to the information received from the sources, Rekha Sharma, the chairperson of the commission said in a statement, keeping in mind the increasing incidence of inhuman tragedies against young girls and women, the culprits of such heinous crimes should be given death sentence because they are not worthy to mercy.

For the information, let us tell you that he requested the President to direct the government to set a definite mechanism and time limit for the trial and disposal of all appeals in cases of such heinous and brutal misdeeds. At the same time, this time limit can be fixed for six months so that speedy justice can be ensured.

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