Haneef case hurting indian community

Haneef case hurting indian community

Haneef case hurting indian community

Haneef, known as the « India’s youngest serial killer », was found hanged at his home in Ayodhya on April 4, 2014. Two days later, an inquiry committee formed by the state government revealed that India’s youngest serial killer had hanged himself after having been tortured in jail for nine years.

Haneef’s mother Sangeeta Laxman has been making a stand against his case. She has appealed to people who would take legal action against the state gov바카라ernment.

« This is not a case of murder — I don’t believe in that. It is an attempt to murder an innocent person. They (the police) were able to prove that the accused was a political prisoner and they were able to get a certificate (of rehabilitation), » she told the NDTV channel on Friday.

Her views have taken 우리카지노on significance when, just in two days, the state government launched a fresh probe, after announcing that the final report of the first probe will be tabled before the Parliament soon.

While the death warrant against him has been revoked, she said the police have failed to follow up the investigation thoroughly. « There are so many unanswered questions. I want the police to make proper investigations and do their duty, » she added.

Kerala minister urges probe

State Minister K Sivan of Kerala has written to the Supreme Court asking the court to probe the case.

Mr. Sivan, who is also a member of the All India Trinamool Congress, has written to the apex court in the matter and so바카라ught its intervention.

« On April 4, 2013, Haneef was brought to Rajendra Prasad Hospital by an officer of the Kerala Police Service. During interrogation, he confessed to killing three men and three women. He said he killed all three to earn extra money and he had to kill the police officers because he was under pressure from the Congress, » he said.

Mr. Sivan said the state government has received a few requests for investigating the case since May 2013.

‘We are not asking for a criminal case,’ says Mr. Laxman

While Kerala was the first state in the country to issue an arrest warrant against the state government, a similar arrest warrant has never been brought before the Supreme Court.

However, according to the National Judicial Commission (NJC), if a court were to convict an accused under such a law, it would be required to issue order to arrest him and file an order befor

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