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Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Thursday expressed his displeasure over convicts challenging their death warrants. Justice Bobde observed that Supreme Court should not only look into the rights of the accused but victims as well. He made these observations while hearing a petition from a couple hailing from Uttar Pradesh.

The couple have been convicted for murdering seven members of the woman’s family, including an infant. The incident dates back to April, 2008, court holding them guilty of the offence had sentenced them to death penalty in 2010.

However, the Supreme Court had cancelled their execution warrants in 2015 on grounds that the enquiry was carried out in a haste and the all legal options hadn’t been exercised by the convicts.

Continuing the hearing on Thursday, Justice Bobde said that it was extremely important for the death sentence to be executed. He added that a death row convict should never feel that the sentence can be questioned anytime.

Chief Justice Bobde said, “one cannot go on fighting endlessly”.

“We don’t want to focus or emphasise only on rights of accused in a case in which 7 people including a 10-month-old baby have been murdered,” the Chief Justice said.

The Delhi High Court on January 15 had refused to entertain a petition by Mukesh Kumar, one of the four death-row convicts in the Nirbhaya case, challenging a sessions court order fixing the date of his hanging in Tihar jail on January 22, 2020.

Later, Supreme Court had also rejected review as well as curative petitions challenging the death warrants.

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  1. WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THE CONTINEOUS INJUSTICE CAUSED TO THIS EX-SERVICEMAN OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCIES. BEING VICTIMIZED AS A REVENGE TO THE EXPOSITION OF FACTS IN REALITY IN PUBLIC AND NATIONAL INTEREST BY DEPRIVE OF HIS BASIC LEGITIMATE CLAIM OF HIS DISABILITY PENSION WHEN INVALIDED BY AN ARMY MEDICAL BOARD HELD IN 1966 AT MILITARY HOSPITAL, JABALPUR, MADHYA PRADESH WHO IS DRAGGED TO HIS SEPTUAGENARIAN AGE WITH GERIATRIC DISEASESPlease view this INJUSTICE THAT PREVAILS AFTER 72 LONG YEARS OF INDIAN INDEPENDENCE? Please view: after alas, addressing the petition to the highest office of the nation SUPREME COMMANDER OF THE ARMED FORCES OF INDIA ( H. E. THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA ) AND AS WELL AS THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA Expresses the high Handedness of the INDIAN ARMY AUTHORITIES IN INDIA with Biased and Prejudiced Outlook/Approaches.

  2. In a major relief to defence litigants, the Supreme Court has reinstated the right to challenge verdicts of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) in the high courts. The apex court ruled in 2015 that high courts must not exercise writ jurisdiction over AFT orders since the remedy of a direct appeal to the SC was provided in the AFT Act. Still sailing in the same boat with aggravated grievances cursing the INDIAN ARMY FOR MY HAVING JOINED IN THE EARLY TENDER AGE OF FIFTEEN IN 1962. WHERE IS THE JUSTICE? Advocates engaged in New Delhi laying eggs for years WHO IS TO ANSWER FOR THEIR DELIBERATE DELAYS FOR WHICH ALSO THE AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN BE MADE TO ANSWER. Poor regulatory measures in National Governance after 72 Long years of Indian Independence?

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