India: Nirbhaya case condemns prison rules 23 times and earns 1,37 lakh salary | India News

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NEW DELHI: Akshay, Pawan, Vinay and Mukesh, the four convicted in 2012 Nirbhaya mass rape case which should be carried out on January 22 at 7 a.m. Tihar prison locals, violated prison regulations a total of 23 times during their stay in Tihar, while three of them earned Rs.1 from their wages, sources said.
According to Tihar sources, Akshay received one punishment, Mukesh received three, Pawan received eight, and Vinay received 11 for breaking prison rules.
While Mukesh chose to do no work, Akshay earned Rs 69; Pawan earned Rs 000, and Vinay earned Rs 29 from prisoners' salaries.
Vinay's father met him on Tuesday in Tihar prison. Sources say Vinay, who is the only one to have been sentenced to the maximum sentence among the four sentenced inside Tihar prison, faces anxiety.
The families of all those convicted were allowed to meet with them twice before the execution.
Another convict of the Akshay family met him last November and he usually spoke to them by phone. No one has come to meet him since the announcement of the execution date.
Meanwhile, sources say Pawan Jallad, one of the executioners, will remain inside Tihar prison and will come to Delhi two days before the execution and that all the execution will take place together. .
Pawan will receive 15 rupees per execution, sources said, and went on to say that the bodies of the condemned would be returned to their families.
There are approximately 12 to 14 convicts on death row in Tihar.
Sources shared that Mukesh, Pawan and Akshay were admitted to class 10 in 2016. They passed the exams, but were unable to pass. Vinay, in 2015, was admitted to a one-year bachelor's program, but he couldn't complete the same.
They were found guilty and sentenced to death for brutally raping a 23-year-old woman on a moving bus in the national capital on the night of December 16, 2012. The victim, who was later named Nirbhaya, died his injuries at a hospital in Singapore where she had been flown for medical treatment.

This article appeared first (in English) on THE TIMES OF INDIA

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