Delhi : Advocates became active to punish the murderers of Kiran Negi, preparing to challenge the Supreme Court’s decision through review petition.
Uttarakhand’s feelings have gone high after the Supreme Court acquitted Kiran Negi’s gangraped and murder accused. A daughter of Uttarakhand origin. Accused were given death sentence by high court to the hanged rapists and brutal murderers.
Uttarakhand, already battling the brunt of the Ankita murder case, is now taking a stand to retaliate against this new mental trauma. Taking initiative in this matter, some advocates of state origin have started preparing to file review petition in this matter. On the other hand, the state government, which has faced all the criticism in the Ankita murder case, is also feeling uncomfortable with this decision of the Supreme Court. Talking to the Union Law Minister in this matter, the Chief Minister has assured that there will be no injustice to the daughter of Uttarakhand.
The Supreme Court, while delivering its verdict in the Chhawla gang rape case of Delhi in 2012, acquitted all the three accused Ravi Kumar, Rahul and Vinod in this case. The accused, who were acquitted by the apex court, were sentenced to death by the trial court in 2014, two years after the incident, calling the case a rare rare one. The episode was so enticing and shocking that when the accused appealed against their sentence in the High Court, the High Court on 26 August 2014 not only upheld the decision but also made this observation on its part. These culprits are such hunters, who were roaming in search of prey on the road. To show mercy to them would be playing with the law.”
In short, the case was such that in the year 2012, along with a 19-year-old girl from Uttarakhand in Delhi, the accused crossed all limits of cruelty and murdered her. The girl with whom all this happened, that Kiran was originally from Nainidanda area of Pauri Garhwal in Uttarakhand. On 9 February 2012, she was on her way home from her job as usual. Meanwhile, on the way, the three accused named Rahul, Ravi and Vinod kidnapped the girl. After this, what those demons did to that girl, it was going to rip anyone’s heart. After the gang rape, acid was poured into Kiran’s eyes and ears. His eyes were pierced with a screwdriver. A bottle of liquor was inserted into the genitals and the bottle was broken. There was no act of cruelty left, which Kiran had not suffered. After the police report, the girl’s body was found in a very bad condition in Rewari, Haryana. The investigation also revealed that he had been subjected to a lot of torture. Investigation also revealed that apart from gang-raping the girl, the accused had stained her body with cigarettes and hot iron. Acid was poured on the girl’s face and eyes. He was badly beaten up with the tools in the car.
The gangrape case reached the Supreme Court after the lower court and the High Court sentenced the accused to death. Where Chief Justice UU Lalit and S. Ravindra Bhatt and Bela M. Trivedi had reserved the verdict on the matter on 6 April. Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati, on behalf of the Delhi government, had demanded confirmation of the death sentence to the accused. The Delhi government’s counsel had said that the families are afraid of sending their girls out because of these savage scoundrels. During this, a request was also made to consider the possibility of reforming the culprits. It was submitted to the court that one of the convicts, named Vinod, is suffering from intellectual disability. His ability to think is not good. The counsel appearing for the convicts had urged them to adopt a sympathetic attitude against them. After which the Supreme Court acquitted these people sentenced to death.
After this decision of the Supreme Court, there has been a debate among the legal experts of Uttarakhand regarding this case. According to experts, the rarest of rare, the acquittal of the criminals in this crime raises serious question marks on the collection of evidence of the crime of Delhi Police, the correct interpretation of the Evidence Act and the Indian judicial system and is going to break the morale of the civilized society that believes in the judiciary. . With this, some sensitive advocates of Uttarakhand origin have started preparing to challenge this surprising decision through review petition. Sources said on the condition of anonymity of the advocate that they are in touch with the girl’s family in this regard. The next step will be taken soon after taking a decision in this matter.
While on the other hand, the state government, which became the center of all the criticism due to the Ankita murder case, has also become active in view of the seriousness of the matter. In the case of acquittal of three death row accused in the abduction, gang rape and murder of a 19-year-old girl resident of Pauri, Uttarakhand, the Chief Minister of the state Pushkar Singh Dhami said that on the decision taken by the court, he has taken this case. Spoke to advocate Charu Khanna watching. Along with this, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has also been talked about on this issue. He said that the victim is the daughter of our country and we will do everything to get justice for her.
On the other hand, the Communist Party of India-Marxist in Dehradun on Tuesday protested vigorously against the acquittal of the Delhi Chhawla murder and rape convicts from the Supreme Court and demanded that the convicts be upheld the death sentence of the trial court. During this, CPM workers took out a procession from the district office in Dehradun and burnt effigies on Rajpur Road. On this occasion, the speakers said that the Modi government has made a mockery of justice and law and order. Therefore, due to the collusion of the government and the court, the killers and rapists of the Bilkis Bano incident get released from jail. Teesta Sheetalvad, who advocated against the Gujarat riots, has to go behind bars. If the courts and the government of the country keep taking anti-people decisions, then surely people will come out on the streets. Right now the people of the state were demanding justice in the Ankita Adi murder case that this decision of the Supreme Court has disappointed the people of Uttarakhand and the country. The parents of the daughter of Uttarakhand were expecting justice, but they were also shocked by the Supreme Court’s decision. At the same time, questions are being raised on the judicial system. The people of the country are shocked by the decision of the Supreme Court. Speakers have said that if the court did not uphold the punishment of the criminals, the BJP government at the Center did not do anything for justice and security for the victims, then the movement would be broadened.
On this occasion, party State Secretary Board member Surendra Singh Sajwan, Provincial Vice President of People’s Women Committee Indu Naudiyal, CPM District Secretary Rajendra Purohit, Dehradun Metropolitan Secretary Anant Akash, CITU Provincial General Secretary Mahendra Jakhmola, Provincial Secretary Lekhraj, VS K Indesh Nautiyal, Kamlesh Khantwal, Satish Dhaulakhandi, CITU President Kishan Guniyal, Bhagwant Payal, Ravindra Naudiyal, Kalam Singh Lingwal, Saidullah Ansari, NS Panwar, Mamchand, etc., included a large number of party workers.