Friday, 4 April 2014

Mumbai Shakti Mills Rape Cases : Death Penalty Confirmed for those 3 Repeat Offenders

Posted by Siva Kumar Ari
Mumbai Court take serious action about that Shakti Mills Gang-Rape case and award those people with death sentence. After nirbhaya case this would be a big thing and it may change some of the people who try to abuse women.At the time Awarding death penalty to those three people, the mumbai court said, "Mumbai gang rape accused have least respect for law. They don't have potential for reformation as per facts of case." After that court mention about her and said like this "the suffering that gang-rape survivor and her family has undergone is unparalleled."

mumbai shakthi mills gang rape case
Mumbai gang-rape accused were emboldened since law enforcing agencies hadn't caught them. If this is not the case where death sentence prescribed by law is not valid, which is? the judge said.Exemplary and rarest of rare punishment is required in the case, the judge said, adding, crime violates all rights of survivor.Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam had strictly demanded the maximum punishment for the three repeat offenders.We hope this judgement may decrease the rape cases in India.

Kasim Bengali, Vijay Jadhav and Mohammed Salim Ansari are the common accused who are also convicted in the telephone operator gang-rape case. The 18-year-old telephone operator was gang raped on the premises of Shakti Mills in July last year a month before the photojournalist was brutalised on August 22.

The 22-year-old photo journalist of a magazine was gang raped by Vijay Jadhav, Kasim Bengali, Salim Ansari, Siraj Rehman and a minor boy when she had gone to the Shakti Mills compound in the Central Mumbai with a male colleague on an assignment.

0 comments:

Post a Comment