Intervention of the Chief Justice and President Pranab Mukherjee may stall the release of the juvenile convict in the Nirbhaya gangrape case
Delhi Commission for Women(DCW) chief Swati Maliwal is requesting the intervention of the Chief Justice and President Pranab Mukherjee against the release of the juvenile convict in the December 16 , Nirbhaya gangrape case.
It is strange that things change so fast , Once whole India stood and protested tirelessly for Many days , so that Nirbhaya gets Total Justice , and now i hardly see any protests.
Whole world cried in unison for Her pain , but forgotten now.
Most dreaded convict of that Lot is set to be out , being a Juvenile.
And he will be free to roam without ever recognized (As a Juvenile his credential will never be revealed ) , He is misfit in Normal Human society , A animal cage will suit him being a animal.
“In light of the particularly heinous nature of the crime executed by this boy, the DCW requests your Hon’ble self to kindly intervene in the matter and ensure that the boy be kept in the observation home at least until his mental frame of mind and reformation is properly ascertained (sic),” Swati Maliwal wrote in the letter.
“If your Hon’ble self deems fit, a committee may be set up consisting of the DCW and the Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) with directions to create a team of the best counsellors from across the country to visit the boy at the home and assess the current mental state of the boy and the quality of reformation that he has undergone,”
Maliwal also sought President Pranav Mukherjee’s intervention for the quick passage of the Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill.
“It is imperative that the Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill which seeks to reduce the juvenile age to 16 years in certain categories of cases is pending with the Rajya Sabha is passed along with the requisite amendments for putting in place strong review mechanism of the mental reformation undergone by a juvenile convict before his or her release.
“I request you to kindly intervene for the quick passage of the said bill,”