Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case: Nalini Sriharan came out of jail, CM Bhupesh said, feelings were hurt – न्यूज़लीड India

Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case: Nalini Sriharan came out of jail, CM Bhupesh said, feelings were hurt


This should not have happened: Bhupesh Baghel

Significantly, on November 11, the Supreme Court had ordered the release of six accused in the assassination of former PM Rajiv Gandhi. While in jail for three decades, a two-judge bench had ordered their release citing the conduct of the accused.

Expressing disappointment in this matter, senior Congress leader and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that the culprits were released prematurely, which should not have happened. Baghel said that this has hurt the sentiments of the Congress workers and the people of India.

Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated on 21 May 1991

Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated on 21 May 1991

Significantly, the former Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated on May 21, 1991. A female suicide bomber blew herself up during an election rally in Tamil Nadu’s Sriperumbudur. Former PM Rajiv Gandhi was killed in this. Nalini Sriharan, RP Ravichandran, Jayakumar, Santhan, Murugan, Robert Payas and AG Perarivalan, accused of plotting the murder, were arrested and sent to jail. In Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, this murder case was carried out by a woman during a rally by her attacker Dhanu.

  Released using Article-142

Released using Article-142

The woman is said to have been associated with the Sri Lankan Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. In Perarivalan’s case, Justice L. The bench headed by Nageswara Rao had exercised its privilege under Article 142. While ordering the release of Perarivalan, the court had said, “The decision of release was taken by the state cabinet on the basis of relevant deliberations and deliberations.” Using Article 142, it would be right to release the guilty.

Sriharan alias Murugan also released

Sriharan alias Murugan also released

Here Nalini Sriharan, convicted in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, was released from jail on Saturday. Soon after her release from the Women’s Special Jail in Vellore, Nalini reached Vellore Central Jail from where her husband V Sriharan alias Murugan was released. Apart from Murugan, Santhan, another convict in this case, was taken to a special refugee camp in Tiruchirappalli in the state in a police vehicle after his release.

Nalini to hold press conference tomorrow

Nalini to hold press conference tomorrow

After her release, Nalini Sriharan said that I thank the people of Tamil Nadu, who supported me for 32 years. I want to thank both the state and central government. I will speak about this further during the press conference in Chennai tomorrow. During this time my lawyers will also have their say. Nalini Sriharan’s brother Bakiyanathan in Vellore said that our family is very happy. Nalini is going to lead a normal life with her family.

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