Nirbhaya Case: Hearing on the hanging of convicts seperately will be done on this day
Nirbhaya Case: Hearing on the hanging of convicts seperately will be done on this day

India's Supreme Actor Supreme Court on Friday heard the Central Government's petition challenging the Delhi High Court's decision not to hang Nirbhaya's convicts separately. The court issued notice to the convicts on hearing and postponed the next hearing of the case till 11 pm on February 11. What happened in the court on Thursday. Additional Solicitor General KM Nataraj, appearing for the Central Government, on Thursday referred to this petition before a three-member bench headed by Justice NV Ramanna and requested for an early hearing.

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Regarding the matter, Natraj said that the reconsideration and corrective petitions of the four convicts have been rejected and the mercy petitions of three have also been rejected, despite the jail authorities not being able to hang the four convicts. It is to be known that on Wednesday, the High Court while refusing to ignore the trial order to postpone the execution of the four convicts, had directed all the accused to exercise all the legal options within seven days.

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Shortly after the High Court's decision, the Central Government filed a Special Permission Petition (SLP) in the Supreme Court and challenged the High Court's decision. The Central Government has questioned before the Supreme Court that the death penalty In cases where one convict can play with the law despite all the legal options used by the convicts because the co-convicts have Has not used all legal options.

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