A bench of Justices R Banumathi, Ashok Bhushan and A S Bopanna said the convict has exhausted all his remedies and no fresh evidence can be entertained at this level.
The Supreme Court Thursday refused to entertain the plea of one of the four death-row convicts in the Delhi gang rape and murder case, challenging a Delhi High Court order which rejected his claim that he was not in the city when at the time of crime on December 16, 2012.
A bench of Justices R Banumathi, Ashok Bhushan and A S Bopanna said the convict has exhausted all his remedies and no fresh evidence can be entertained at this level. The bench said it does not find any merit in the plea and it cannot be entertained.
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The high court had on Wednesday said there were no grounds to interfere in the detailed and reasoned order of the trial court. On Tuesday, the trial court dismissed the convict’s plea and asked the Bar Council of India to appropriately sensitise his counsel. On March 5, the trial court issued fresh warrants for hanging on March 20 at 5.30 am of all convicts in the case.