Rapists from Nirbhaya case are said to be hanged at 7 a.m. on January 22: Delhi court

Four convicts in the case of Nirbhaya case of rape and murder were hung up in Tihar Prison at 7:00 am on January 22, a Delhi court said today. The order was issued by the judge for additional sessions, Satish Kumar Arora, who sentenced her to death. This is nirbhaya case latest news.

The four death row convicts are Mukesh, Vinay Sharma, Akshay Singh and Pawan Gupta.

The court ordered that four convicts be sentenced to death in the gangster and murder trial pending in Delhi in 2012.

Additional Sessions Judge Satish Kumar Arora said he would issue the order later today.

While the public prosecutor asked the court to issue death sentences, she said, “Between sentencing and enforcement, the sentenced want to submit healing petitions that they can do.”

The lawyer for two of the convicts – Mukesh and Vinay – said they were in the process of applying to the Apex Court for a cure.

“I am satisfied with the court’s decision. The convicts will be hanged at 7:00 am on January 22nd. This decision will frighten people who commit such crimes,” said Badrinath Singh, father of the victim who was raped in Delhi in 2012 ANI.

Nirbhaya’s mother Asha Devi said she was satisfied with the verdict on Tuesday, saying that her daughter had justice and the order would strengthen people’s trust in the judicial system.

“Definitely. The execution of the four convicts will strengthen the country’s women. This decision will increase people’s trust in the judicial system,” she said about the nirbhaya case latest news.

On Monday, the court ordered death sentences against four convicts on death row in Nirbhaya.

The 23-year-old girl was raped and murdered by six men in a moving bus on December 16, 2012. The main accused Ram Singh is said to have committed suicide during the trial in Tihar Prison. Another defendant was a minor at the time the crime was committed and was taken to a reformatory and released after three years.

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