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A Delhi court Wednesday rejected a defence lawyer’s plea to issue contempt notice against Home Minister Sushil kumar Shinde for reportedly having said the guilty in the Dec 16 gang rape case would get death penalty.

The Saket court rejected the plea of the defence counsel who claimed the minister had said Tuesday that “death is assured in this case”.

The court was hearing the final arguments in the sentencing of the four held guilty in the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman in a moving bus.

(Source: IANS)

One Response to “Court rejects contempt notice against Shinde”

  1. ramesh

    It seem that Mr Shinde instructed/his clear intention communicating to court that culprit should be given capital punishment. Culprit may get capital punishment for murder not for Rape, for rape they will get Life imprisonment.


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