Problem in Release of Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case 7 Convicts – New Petition in Supreme Court:
The Supreme Court has ordered a revision petition filed by family members of Congress and bomb blasts against the release of 7 Convicts in Rajiv Gandhi murder case.
Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was murdered on 21st May 1991 at the Sriperumbudur public rally. In this case, Nalini, Murugan, Shanthan, Perarvallan, Jayakumar, Robert Paes and Ravichandran are in jail. The Supreme Court recently ruled that the Governor of Tamil Nadu will decide on the release of these.
The Tamilnadu Cabinet convened on 9th and recommended the release of seven inmates. This recommendation was sent to the Governor of Banwarilal Purohit. Even though the Tamil Nadu government has received support from various parties, some have expressed their opinions.
When Rajiv Gandhi was killed in the Sriperumbudur public rally, other 14 people were killed. Apart from Dhanu, the LTTE is not connected to the issue. Opposition to the release of 7 people on behalf of their families and other organizations. On behalf of the families killed in the blast, a letter has been issued to Governor Perveilal Purohit.
They are insisting on the release of seven prisoners. Tamil Nadu Minister Jayakumar, DMK, political parties and organizations have urged the Governor to accept the recommendation of the state government.
It was reported that Governor’s report was sent to the Union Home Ministry. The statement was issued on behalf of the Governor’s House last week. In this case, it is a bit complicated to decide on the recommendation of the Government of Tamil Nadu on the issue of Rajiv’s murder case. In this, the legislature, the administrative and the constitutional issues that constitute legal ruler will decide whether he will decide. ”
The Supreme Court has ordered the families of the victims to file a fresh petition within three weeks of the existing status and new recommendations of the Government of Tamil Nadu, as it has already been pursued on the basis of the decision taken by the Jayalalithaa regime. The next hearing of the case was postponed for 3 weeks. This was followed by the release of 7 people back to the Supreme Court.
Abbas, one of the petitioners in the case, is the son of Samdani Begum who was killed in a bomb blast at Rajiv Gandhi. Samanthani Begum, who lost her husband, was the Chief Minister of the Women’s Congress of the South China in 1991. It is noteworthy that when he went to attend Rajiv Gandhi’s meeting with the bombing,