Rajiv murder case: the SC dismisses the orders that oppose TN's decision to release the convicts
NEW DELHI: On Thursday, The Supreme Court Dismissed The Petitions Of The Families Of The Deceased Together With The Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi In 1991, Challenging The 2014 Decision Of The Government Of Tamil Nadu To Release Seven Convicts In The Case.
A Bank Headed By The President Of The Supreme Court Said:" All Aspects Were Covered In The Verdict Of The Bank Of Previous Constitution In The Case And, Therefore, Nothing Survives In The Case" .
In 2014, The Then Government Headed By J Jayalalithaa Had Decided To Release Seven Convicts In The Case.
Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi Was Assassinated By A Suicide Bomber In Sriperumbudur In Tamil Nadu On May 21, 1991.