Nirbhaya case: Accused Pawan reached Supreme Court again for relief from hanging

A photo of four people with name of Nirbhaya Gang Rape Case

Pawan Kumar Gupta, one of the four convicts in the Nirbhaya case Nirbhaya case, has once again moved the Supreme Court to avoid being hanged.

Nirbhaya case: Pawan Kumar Gupta, one of the four convicts in the Nirbhaya case, has once again moved the Supreme Court to avoid being hanged. Nirbhaya’s convict Pawan has challenged the order dismissing his plea to a minor at the time of the offense by filing a review petition in the Supreme Court. Along with this, Pawan has also demanded the court to stop the death warrant.

Let us know that the lower court has fixed the date of execution of the four convicts on February 1. However, in Delhi’s Patiala House Court, the convicts have filed a petition on the issue of a death warrant, on it the hearing is going on.

At the same time, the meeting of the relatives of the accused of Nirbhaya on Friday may be the last. Jail sources say that their relatives are coming to meet all the culprits on Friday. According to the death warrant, the culprits are to be hanged at six in the morning on February 1. In such a situation, the meeting of relatives on 31 January can be called the last meeting.

According to the death warrant issued by the Patiala House Court of Delhi, the four convicts (Akshay Singh Thakur, Mukesh Singh, Vinay Kumar Sharma, and Pawan Kumar Gupta) hanged in Tihar Jail No-3 a day later. Continues on… Its preparation is also in the final stages in Tihar Jail. In this episode, the executioner has also reached Pawan.

On December 16, 2012, six daredevils (Ram Singh, a minor, Mukesh Singh, Akshay Thakur, Vinay, and Pawan) gang-raped Nirbhaya in a moving bus in Vasant Vihar area of ​​Delhi. After this, Nirbhaya died during treatment.

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