Delhi: The Indian Supreme Court has released the people involved in the rape of a 19-year-old girl.
According to the report of Kashmir Media Service, ten years ago, a 19-year-old girl from Delhi was killed after being gang-raped in the fields of the neighboring state of Haryana.
The girl was named Anamika in court documents as the victim’s real name cannot be revealed by law, while three people were found guilty of the crime.
The convicts were sentenced to death by the court in 2014, which was upheld by the Delhi High Court a few months later, but surprisingly, on Monday, the Supreme Court of India ordered the release of these persons.
According to the report, while issuing the release order, the Supreme Court of India said that there is no clear and concrete evidence against the arrested persons, while the three-judge bench raised serious questions about the police investigation.
After this decision, the parents of the victim girl are very angry and the human rights activist and lawyers are very sad.
The victim girl’s father said that her hope of getting justice has ended in minutes. He said that we waited for 10 years for justice.
“We had faith in the judiciary and we were sure that the Supreme Court would uphold the death sentence and the killers of my daughter would be finally hanged,” he said.
He further said that after this court order, no girl in India will be safe and it will give more encouragement to the criminals.
It should be noted that strong outrage is being expressed on social media against this decision.