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New Delhi: The Supreme Court of India has ordered the release of all the six accused in the assassination of former Prime Minister late Rajiv Gandhi.

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The Supreme Court of India ordered the release of Robert Pace, Ravichandran, Raja, Sriharan and Jayakumar in its judgment. will also apply to Pararivalan was released in May this year.

The Supreme Court clearly wrote in its judgment that if the governor does not take action, then we take action.

The Supreme Court of India in the decision given in this regard said that the Tamil Nadu government had recommended the release of all the criminals but the governor had not taken any action while the criminals spent more than three decades in jail where they behave. was also satisfactory.

Late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin S Nalini approached the Supreme Court in August seeking his early release. In this regard, he also challenged the order of the Madras High Court rejecting his plea for early release.

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A bench of Madras High Court Chief Justice Manishru Nath Bhandari and Justice N Malla rejected Nalini’s plea at the time and wrote in its judgment that the High Court cannot exercise the same powers of the High Court as the Supreme Court under Article 142 of the Constitution of India, cannot

It should be noted that the court ordered the release of the murder case convict AG Pararivlan, on 18 May 2022 the Supreme Court, applying Article 142 of the Constitution, released Pararivlan who had served 30 years in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. The imprisonment. of more than

According to Indian media reports, the opposition party Congress has declared the Supreme Court’s order unacceptable.

It should be noted that late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s son and former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was killed in a suicide attack in Tamil Nadu in 1991.

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