Delhi 2012 gang-rape victim’s mother honours court’s execution order; And says my daughter got justice!
Delhi’s gang-rapes victim’s mother hailed the Delhi court’s decision, claiming that her daughter ended up getting the conviction.
“My daughter is correct. Implementing the four convicts would motivate the country’s citizens. This judgment would improve people’s trust in the judicial system,” Asha Devi, the woman’s mother, said during the conviction.
Tuesday’s trial court gave the black warrant to kill the four people in 2012 who raped and tortured the 23-year-old student in physiotherapy. The execution to be kept in its order on January 22, the court added. It has given convicts discretion to use legal remedies at their fingertips for 14 days.
“We’re going to submit in the Supreme Court a curative petition,” informed AP Singh, the convicts ‘ counsel.
The court of justice had finished the trial and implemented within one year its guilty verdict. But the high court approved the death penalty a lot later. The first set of attempts to appeal against the conviction was rejected by the Supreme Court in 2017.
Judge Satish Kumar Arora released the warrant at the behest of the police and the mother of the deceased who kept the 2017 judgement of the top court denying an appeal against both the death penalty as “freedom at last.”
On December 16, 2012, the 23-year-old woman was gang-raped and murdered, culminating in her murder. The six suspects have been convicted and convicted of assault and murder. Some of the convicted was a teenager and presented before juvenile detention, while another prisoner in Tihar Jail died of a heart attack.
Four of the convicted criminals — Akshay, Vinay, Pawan and Mukesh — were sentenced to death by a court of appeal in September 2013, and the judgement affirmed by the Delhi High Court in March 2014 and declared unconstitutional in May 2017, which also dismissed their appeal for examination in July 2018.