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15th March- The Hindu Editorial - Part-2 (in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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hello, as u said that literally shouldn't be used to emphasize any fact .. so what to use to emphasize any word nd ty for such bttr content ..
In India,about 1.9 lac murder cases were brought to trial in the year 2012 but trials were completed only in 21,653 cases.the way criminal justice is designed and administered today hardly serves any of the purposes for which it is set up: towards securing life and property. It does not deter criminals because of the delay and uncertainties involved in its processes and ridiculously ineffective punishments it imposes . Our government should form penal committee in the lines of Malimath committee. Investigation should be more strict and the pendency of cases should be completed on time .It will be done by recruitment of more judges. Commissions like National judicial commission is the dire need to fullfill .More compensation Rehabilitation and motivation is the measures through which we can determine the amount of justice delivery.Thise cases which are pending for more than 2 yrs ,LokaAdalat should be established in the local arena.Strict law and periodic review and regulations should follow to achieve the objectives of good justice delivery system in order to make our country more wilful morally .
education system ko or bda bnana Hoga and jyada jobs provide krni hodi in every year taki koi majburi me aakr crime na kre.... agar crime ho gya h to use right path pr lane ke liye Kuch efforts krne chiye not only by government but also society.......
  1. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 15th March THE HINDU


  2. An abhorrent and unjust device DEATH PENALTY Retention of the death penalty utterly undermines India's moral foundations UBHODESP


  3. Context On March 5, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court delivered verdicts in three different death penalty cases. In two of those the court entirely exonerated the suspects, while in the third it not only found the accused guilty of murder, but also deserving of capital punishment. Again India's criminal justice system arbitrary the death penalty conflicting values, Often allegations- invoking the "collective conscience" of society. UBHODESP


  4. First case 2 persons were convicted of murdering five women and were sentenced to death in 2014 Chhattisgarh High Court affirmed these sentences backbone of the prosecution's case, was that of a nine-year- old child, who was, shockingly, not even an eye-witness to the crime. This, the court therefore ruled, was effectively a conviction premised on surmise and conjecture UBHODESP


  5. second of the cases six persons guilty of rape and murder and sentenced each of them to death. Bombay High Court confirmed the finding of guilt, but commuted the sentences imposed on three of the individuals to life imprisonment. However, in 2009, the Supreme Court not only dismissed the appeals filed by those sentenced to death, but also, astonishingly, enhanced the penalties of the three persons whose sentences had been commuted by ordering that they too be punished with death. UBHODESP


  6. In doing so, the court relied on a 1996 verdict, in Ravji v. State of Rajasthan,- "it is the nature and gravity of the crime" alone that demand consideration. Oftenn "The accused remained under constant stress and in the perpetual fear of death." What is more, one of them, who was later found to be a juvenile at the time when the alleged crime was committed, was kept in solitary confinement He was not allowed to meet any of the other prisoners and was only allowed an occasional meeting with his mother. UBHODESP


  7. For their troubles- for having spent more than a decade on death row despite having committed no crime sum of t5 lakh Not a solution. The rarest of rare doctrine has its origins in Bachan Singh v. State of the bench ordered that the state pay each of them a Punjab (1980) There, the court declared Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code, which prescribes the death penalty for murder, as constitutionallyvalid, but bounded its limits by holding that the punishment can only be prescribed in the rarest of rare cases. an only be prescribedin the UBHODESP


  8. Since then, the court has repeatedly cautioned that capital punishment ought to only be decreed when the state can clearly establish that a convict is incapable of being reformed and rehabilitated Victims of the system There's almost no empirical evidence available showing that the death penalty actually deters crime. The Death Penalty India Report (DPIR), released on May 6, 2016, by Project 39A of the National Law University, Delhi, for example, shows that 74% of prisoners on death row, at the time of the study, were economically vulnerable, and 63% were either the primary or sole earners in their families. UBHODESP


  9. More than 60% of those sentenced to death had not completed their secondary school education, and 23% had never attended school Retention of capital punishment utterly undermines the country's moral foundations. irrational criteria It legalises a form of violence UBHODESP


  10. The End! UBHODESP