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Monday, February 18, 2013 12:51:12 PM (IST)  

Apex court stays death to Veerappan aides till Feb 20

New Delhi, Feb 18 (IANS): The Supreme Court Monday stayed till Wednesday the execution of death sentence of the four aides of sandalwood smuggler Veerappan, whose mercy petition was rejected Feb 12.

The apex court bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir stayed the death sentence till Wednesday after senior counsel Colin Gonsalves told the court that this is a case that involves inordinate delay in the carrying out of the death sentence.

Gonsalves said another bench of the apex court headed by Justice G.S. Singhvi has already reserved judgment on the question of whether, in a case where there is inordinate delay in deciding a mercy petition, the convict is entitled to any relief or not.

Gonsalves told the court that the judgment was reserved eight months back and its outcome would be applicable in the case of the four Veerappan aides.

Opposing the plea, Attorney General G.E. Vahanvati said this was a serious matter as it involves the killing of 20 police personnel in a land mine blast, and came under the category of "rarest of rare" cases.

The court will hear the matter Wednesday.

The president had, Feb 12, rejected the mercy petitions of Gnanprakasham, Simon Antonyiappa, Meesekar Madaiah and Bilavendran, sentenced to death for killing 22 people, including policemen, in a landmine blast near Palar bridge on the Tamil Nadu-Karnataka border in 1993.

The mercy petitions were filed in 2004.

The convicts contend that given the long delay of nine years in deciding their petition, they ought not to be hanged.


Comments on this article
Martin, Dubai
Monday, February 18, 2013

i dont buy a idea hanging , its too late now to hang now since they served more than 20 years in jail , for there crime no sympathy. There hanging is confirm Apex court only just stayed the ution not death sentence.

REHNA, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

These culprits shpould be hanged. Why |Life should be given to them. They only have family. Those who were killed had no family.

 
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