Sa govt backs dpp decision to drop rape case on judicial review

Sa govt backs dpp decision to drop rape case on judicial review

(Reuters) – A top court has given final backing to the rape case against ex-President Pranab Mukherjee after the Chief Justice ruled a separate decision of rape to be “totally irrelevant”.

The court, on Friday, directed the governm빅 카지노ent to remove the rape complaint of Mukherjee from the trial court’s evidence as a matter of urgency in light of the recommendation made by the apex court on Thursday.

Mukherjee, who was convicted in May of sexually assaulting a woman during his time as vice president, will now move to move a fresh charge against him in connection with the assault in which three women said Mukherjee raped them during his two-year tenure in power, which ended in 2010.

Chief Justice P K Antony had said in his majority judgment that there was no need for the trial court to take the슬롯 머신 rape allegation seriously given that he was out of office when the incident had happened.

The court had ordered the government not to file a response to Mukherjee’s request to the apex court that this part of the rape case not be included in the court’s ongoing hearing in the case.

Mukherjee’s legal team had said he was not given the right to a fair trial and that the plea was made against Mukherjee’s own interests.

Two women had filed seCDC 철도청 카지노parate rape cases against Mukherjee in 2001 and 2006. The judges dismissed their respective requests by the Supreme Court and also ordered the government not to take the case on the record.