Life imprisonment in case of rape and murder

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Lucknow. POCSO Special Judge Arvind Mishra sentenced Rajkishore, alias Raju, accused of raping a minor with the appeal of candy and drowning him to death by making noise, has been sentenced to life imprisonment and a fine of 50 thousand. The court has ordered to pay the full fine to the victim’s mother as compensation.
Special defenders of the POCSO Act, Sukhendra Pratap Singh and Abhishek Upadhyay argued in court that on 19 March 2014, the mother of the dead child had lodged a complaint with the Aliganj police station. The report said that on the night of March 17, 2014, his son had disappeared. The next day, March 18, after much searching, he was found dead in the dump near the Idgah. During the altercations it was also said that on March 19, 2014 with the help of an informant, the police arrested the accused with a Pulsar bicycle. After the arrest, the defendant explained that on Holi’s day, after giving the creature a candy, the defendant took him to his room where he raped him and killed him by screaming in his face. .
The feeling of insecurity is snatching children’s childhood
The court said in its order that these incidents are creating a feeling of fear and insecurity about their children in the minds of the general public of society in such a way that parents cannot give their young children freedom to live freely. . This feeling of insecurity is taking their childhood away from children, so the integral development of children is not being done. The court, while punishing the accused, said that man is a social animal and that certain social norms and arrangements have been made to live in society. This quality of man differentiates him from animals. The feeling of lust that arises in the mind of a 30-year-old accused of seeing a child under 12 is not acceptable to society.
Sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing his wife
Lucknow. Kamal Kishore Yadav’s husband, alias Kamalu, accused of shooting and killing a married woman for failing to comply with the dowry demand, has been sentenced by ADJ Kalpana and sentenced to 20 years of strict imprisonment and a fine of five thousand rupees.
In court, prosecutors Dushyant Mishra and Arun Pandey said the incident was reported by Raghuveer Prasad, father of the late Savita, on December 27, 2012 at the Malihabad police station. The report said that four years before the incident, she had married her daughter Kamal Kishore Yadav, a resident of Madhavpur but who was harassed by her husband and in-laws for dowry. Given the conduct and pressure of the in-laws, the matter was pacified once by paying 2 lakh rupees.

Lucknow. POCSO Special Judge Arvind Mishra sentenced Rajkishore, alias Raju, accused of raping a minor with the appeal of candy and drowning him to death by making noise, has been sentenced to life imprisonment and a fine of 50 thousand. The court has ordered to pay the full fine to the victim’s mother as compensation.

Special defenders of the POCSO Act, Sukhendra Pratap Singh and Abhishek Upadhyay argued in court that on 19 March 2014, the mother of the dead child had lodged a complaint with the Aliganj police station. The report said that on the night of March 17, 2014, his son had disappeared. The next day, March 18, after much searching, he was found dead in the dump near the Idgah. During the altercations it was also said that on March 19, 2014 with the help of an informant, the police arrested the accused with a Pulsar bicycle. After the arrest, the defendant explained that on Holi’s day, after giving the creature a candy, the defendant took him to his room where he raped him and killed him by screaming in his face. .

The feeling of insecurity is snatching children’s childhood

The court said in its order that these incidents are creating a feeling of fear and insecurity about their children in the minds of the general public of society in such a way that parents cannot give their young children freedom to live freely. . This feeling of insecurity is taking their childhood away from children, so the integral development of children is not being done. The court, while punishing the accused, said that man is a social animal and that certain social norms and arrangements have been made to live in society. This quality of man differentiates him from animals. The feeling of lust that arises in the mind of a 30-year-old accused of seeing a child under 12 is not acceptable to society.

Sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing his wife

Lucknow. Kamal Kishore Yadav’s husband, alias Kamalu, accused of shooting and killing a married woman for failing to comply with the dowry demand, has been sentenced by ADJ Kalpana and sentenced to 20 years of strict imprisonment and a fine of five thousand rupees.

In court, prosecutors Dushyant Mishra and Arun Pandey said the incident was reported by Raghuveer Prasad, father of the late Savita, at the Malihabad police station on December 27, 2012. The report said that four years before the incident, she had married her daughter Kamal Kishore Yadav, a resident of Madhavpur, but who was harassed by her husband and in-laws by dowry. Given the conduct and pressure of the in-laws, the matter was pacified once by paying 2 lakh rupees.

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