Rajiv Gandhi assassination: Study in jail, good behavior, SC mentioned many things while releasing the culprits
Supreme Court releases Rajiv Gandhi’s killers
Congress expressed displeasure, said – do not spare the culprits
Court mentioned many good qualities of the culprits
New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Friday released 6 killers of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The Supreme Court made some important things the basis for the release of the convicts. The Supreme Court said that the convicts spent more than three decades in jail. The behavior of all the convicts in jail was also good. Apart from this, he studied in jail and got degrees. During this he also remained ill. Nalini Sriharan, Robert Paes, Ravichandran, Raja, Sriharan and Jayakumar are among the convicts who were released by the Supreme Court on Friday in the Rajiv assassination case.
Significantly, the Congress is very angry with his release. Senior Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that we will use whatever options we have in this matter. We will not let the sacrifice of Rajiv Gandhi go in vain. There is an appeal to our court not to release the culprits. Killing the former PM is an attack on the very existence of India. There is no politics in it. No one can be released for such offence.
Premature convict demands release
Significantly, the Tamil Nadu government had recommended the release of the convicts of the Rajiv Gandhi assassination. The Supreme Court said that the Governor has not acted on the recommendation of the Tamil Nadu government. On the other hand, Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict S Nalini had demanded premature release. He had approached the Supreme Court in August.
Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated here
He challenged the order of the Madras High Court, which rejected his plea for early release. It is noteworthy that a suicide bomber killed former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on 21 May 1991 in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu. At that time Rajiv Gandhi was doing an election rally. The woman’s name was said to be Dhanu.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : November 11, 2022, 19:37 IST