Supreme Court’s Justice Bela Trivedi recuses herself from listening to Bilkis Bano case | India News

Supreme Court’s Justice Bela Trivedi recuses herself from listening to Bilkis Bano case | India News
Supreme Court’s Justice Bela Trivedi recuses herself from listening to Bilkis Bano case | India News

NEW DELHI: Supreme Court‘s Justice Bela M Trivedi on Tuesday recused herself from listening to a plea filed by Bilkis Bano difficult the untimely launch of 11 convicts who had gangraped her and murdered her members of the family throughout the 2002 Godhra riots.
As quickly because the bench of justices Ajay Rastogi and Bela M Trivedi took up the matter for listening to, Justice Rastogi stated that his sister choose won’t like to listen to the case.
“List the matter earlier than a bench by which certainly one of us will not be a member,” the bench headed by Justice Rastogi ordered.
The bench didn’t specify any cause for the recusal of justice Trivedi.
Besides difficult the untimely launch of the 11 convicts, Bano had additionally filed a evaluation petition towards the May order of the Supreme Court which allowed the Gujarat authorities to use the 1992 remission Rules..

As per process, evaluation pleas towards prime courtroom judgements are determined in chambers by circulation by the judges who have been a part of the judgement beneath evaluation.
Heinous case
In March 2002 throughout the post-Godhra riots, 21-year-old Bano was gang-raped and left to die with 14 members of her household, together with her three-year-old daughter. She was 5 months pregnant when rioters attacked her household in Vadodara.
The investigation within the case was handed over to the CBI and the trial was transferred to a Maharashtra courtroom by the Supreme Court.
A particular CBI courtroom in Mumbai had on January 21, 2008, sentenced the 11 to life imprisonment.
Their conviction was later upheld by the Bombay High Court and the Supreme Court.
The Gujarat authorities had launched the 11 convicts, who have been sentenced to life imprisonment, on August 15. All the 11 life-term convicts within the case have been launched as per the remission coverage prevalent in Gujarat on the time of their conviction in 2008.
(With inputs from companies)

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