In these seven years, many time she was also seen in tears in front of the camera. Meanwhile, there were people, who questioned her for letting her daughter stay out late at night while some asked her to forgive the convicts.
All the four convicts of 2012 Delhi gang rape, Nirbhaya case will be hanged on March 3, 2020, at 6 AM. This is the third time, the Delhi court issued fresh warrants against them.
A single-judge bench of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait was hearing the plea filed by the central government challenging the trial court’s order of postponing the execution date indefinitely.
“Already their review pleas have been dismissed. The case is like an open book in front of the Supreme Court so I am convinced that the curative plea would also be declined,” Asha Devi, Nirbhaya’s mother.
There is no one answer to the question whether justice is delivered or delayed in the Nirbhaya case. For me it is both, so it doesn’t spark joy because of the perpetual state of outrage women have to build to generate support in claiming justice that should be delivered to us without any blame, question and delay.
Seven Years After Nirbhaya Died, 4 Convicts To Hang. Akshay Thakur Singh, Mukesh, Pawan Gupta and Vinay Sharma were found guilty in the 2012 gang-rape, torture and killing of a young medical student in Delhi.
“There are crimes when humanity is put to shame. There are crimes when God cries that this girl could not be saved, and also that monsters were born. There can be no mercy in such a case.” – Tushar Mehta, Solicitor General.
“I was hoping that the review petition will be rejected today,” mother of Nirbhaya, Asha Devi said. “Like we have waited for seven years, we will wait for one more day. Hopefully, the review petition will be rejected tomorrow and they will be hanged soon,” she told.
The convicts, on the other hand, are using their legal remedies of review, curative and mercy petitions judiciously to delay the verdict by every day, month, year possible.
“This is the most heinous crime of extreme brutality committed by the applicant (Vinay Sharma). This is the case where exemplary punishment should be given to deter others from committing such atrocious crimes.”
Sharma filed the petition on November 6, confirmed Director General of Tihar Jail, Sandeep Goel.
“The persons, who are not designate senior advocates, cannot claim that they have a right to file a curative petition,” says Jeetendra Kumar Jha.