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Nirbhaya case moved to Supreme Court

New Delhi: The Nirbhaya case has been moved to supreme court. The trial court’s order was to execute all the four convicts together has been dismissed and the case moved from Delhi High Court to Supreme Court. In its decision, the Delhi High Court held that all the Nirbhaya convicts would be hanged together, and not independently. The Delhi government, through the L-G, has recorded Special Leave Petition (SLP) against the judgment of the Delhi High Court in the matter of Nirbhaya assault and passing convicts. In its decision, the high court additionally blamed the specialists worried for not making strides for issuance of the execution order after the dismissal of interests of the charged by the Supreme Court in 2017.

The preliminary court had on January 7 gave dark warrants for the execution of all the four convicts in Tihar Jail at 7 am on January 22. Be that as it may, the Nirbhaya convicts couldn’t be hanged because of pendency of the leniency appeal of one of them. On January 17, the preliminary court fixed February 1 at 6 am as the hanging date and time. On January 31, the preliminary court again remained the execution as the guidance for three convicts – Pawan, Vinay and Akshay – encouraged it to suspend the issue “sine kick the bucket” since the convicts’ legitimate cures were yet to be depleted.

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