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December 6, 2022

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Haryana: Court awards dying penalty to 56-year-old man for raping minor daughter

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SIRSA (Haryana): A district court docket on Thursday gave a dying sentence to a 56-year-old man, convicted of raping his 11-year-old minor woman in Sirsa district two years in the past.

The accused was going through expenses underneath Section 6 of the POCSO Act and Section 506 of the IPC.

Additional Sessions Judge Praveen Kumar of the Fast Track Court awarded a dying sentence to Jaspal, a resident of village Bhangu in Sirsa district and imposed a tremendous of Rs 50,000 on the rape convict.

The court docket has additionally ordered a compensation of Rs 5 lakh to the minor sufferer.

The case pertains to September 20 2020, a minor woman was raped in Bhangu village of the district. On the criticism of the sufferer’s mom, the police had registered a case in opposition to the kid’s father for rape underneath the POCSO Act. During the investigation, the police arrested the accused Jaspal

Sirsa District legal professional Rajiv Sardana stated as per the FIR, the accused, who labored as a labourer, returned dwelling drunk on the intervening night time of September 26 and 27 and thrashed his spouse (the sufferer woman’s mom) and compelled her to depart the home. Later the identical night time, the accused raped his minor daughter twice in an inebriated situation. The FIR revealed that the accused threatened the woman to not reveal the incident to anyone. He left dwelling within the morning.

“The fast track court, considering the case as rarest, awarded the death penalty to the rapist. Although there was some delay due to the pandemic, prompt action has been taken,” Deputy District Judge Rajeev Sardana added.

Welcoming the Court’s order Chandrarekha, the defendant’s counsel stated, “as no one was to take the case of the accused so I was appointed by the Court,” including that this was a commendable verdict. 

SIRSA (Haryana): A district court docket on Thursday gave a dying sentence to a 56-year-old man, convicted of raping his 11-year-old minor woman in Sirsa district two years in the past.

The accused was going through expenses underneath Section 6 of the POCSO Act and Section 506 of the IPC.

Additional Sessions Judge Praveen Kumar of the Fast Track Court awarded a dying sentence to Jaspal, a resident of village Bhangu in Sirsa district and imposed a tremendous of Rs 50,000 on the rape convict.

The court docket has additionally ordered a compensation of Rs 5 lakh to the minor sufferer.

The case pertains to September 20 2020, a minor woman was raped in Bhangu village of the district. On the criticism of the sufferer’s mom, the police had registered a case in opposition to the kid’s father for rape underneath the POCSO Act. During the investigation, the police arrested the accused Jaspal

Sirsa District legal professional Rajiv Sardana stated as per the FIR, the accused, who labored as a labourer, returned dwelling drunk on the intervening night time of September 26 and 27 and thrashed his spouse (the sufferer woman’s mom) and compelled her to depart the home. Later the identical night time, the accused raped his minor daughter twice in an inebriated situation. The FIR revealed that the accused threatened the woman to not reveal the incident to anyone. He left dwelling within the morning.

“The fast track court, considering the case as rarest, awarded the death penalty to the rapist. Although there was some delay due to the pandemic, prompt action has been taken,” Deputy District Judge Rajeev Sardana added.

Welcoming the Court’s order Chandrarekha, the defendant’s counsel stated, “as no one was to take the case of the accused so I was appointed by the Court,” including that this was a commendable verdict.