Nirbhaya case: Convict Vinay Sharma claims "He has not signed mercy petition sent to President"

Dec 07 2019 04:23 PM
Nirbhaya case: Convict Vinay Sharma claims

New Delhi 2012 Nirbhaya Case: It has been learned some time ago that the mercy plea of the convict Vinay Sharma, who was sentenced to death by the Supreme Court in the Veebhats Nirbhaya case in 2012 has come to a new turn. According to the information, Vinay Sharma, convicted of the 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape, has claimed that he has no sign in the letter, regarding the mercy petition sent to President K Ramnath Kovind, so this mercy petition should be dismissed with immediate effect.

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According to information received from the sources, let us tell you that in connection with the mercy petition of convict Vinay Sharma, the Aam Aadmi Party (Aam) government in Delhi has sent its report to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. At the same time, it is being told that the mercy petition of Vinay Sharma, convicted of Home Ministry Nirbhaya under the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, has been submitted to the President. The Home Ministry has recommended the dismissal of Vinay's petition.

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At the same time, it is also being said that in Article 72 (Article 72) of the Constitution, the President has the provision to reduce the punishment of any convicted criminal and to completely waive his sentence.

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