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Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin Perarivalan gets 30-day parole to visit ailing mother

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New Delhi (IL News Service): The Madras High Court today granted a 30-day parole to one of Late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s assassins, A.G. Perarivalan.

The parole has been granted on the basis of a petition filed by Perarivalan’s mother Arputhamal. Arputhamal had cited her poor health condition and wanted her son by her side.

This is a critical parole, because Perarivalan is lodged in Puzhal jail, where inmates are testing positive for Coronavirus.

In all seven were convicted in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. They were: A.G. Perarivalan, V. Sriharan alias Murugan, T. Sutendraraj alias Santhan, Jayakumar, Robert Pius, Ravichandran and Nalini Sriharan, wife of V. Sriharan.

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All of them have been in jail since 1991.

The government of Tamil Nadu has passed a resolution for the release of all these convicts, but the Governor’s decision is yet to come.

-India Legal Bureau

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