On Friday, in the murder of Nikita Tomar, a final year student at B.Com School in Balabgarh, Faridabad, the court sentenced convicts Tasif and Reihan to life imprisonment and a fine of 28 thousand rupees. The eyes of the entire nation focused on the court regarding the decision in this much talked about case.
Let us tell you that Tausif and his partner Rehan, the main defendant in the Nikita Tomar murder case, could be released from prison after one year. According to the rules, there is a rule in law. One year after the verdict, the convicted convict can file an appeal for parole in court. If approved, he can go out for a few days, citing various reasons.
On Friday, the court of Judge Sartaj Baswana sentenced Nikita’s killers to life imprisonment. Since then, people seeking legal advice have been seen in various ways regarding this decision. Chief advocate Innocent Gujar said that according to the rules, Rehan and Tusif can apply for parole in court one year after the verdict.
For this, approval must be obtained from the deputy district commissioner. The deputy commissioner only agrees after a strong guarantee. There is a four-week rule for home repairs, six weeks for a ranch garden, two weeks for the death of someone in the home, and 28 days of marriage payroll. Aside from this, there could be many other causes
Upon receiving a waiver from the Supreme Court, he said that the accused would have to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court within 90 days of the verdict. After the appeal is approved, the convicted person submits his facts to the court. Even if the Supreme Court does not accept the convict’s appeal, he can still obtain parole.
In the Nikita case, the prosecution has very strong evidence. If both parties wish to appeal to the Supreme Court, it may decide to proceed with the matter.