Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin demands in a letter written to President Kovind
Why the secularists do not utter a word about this issue ?
Chennai – M.K.Stalin of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister has written a letter to President Ramnath Kovind, demanding that the seven convicts involved in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case should be pardoned and released from their punishment of life imprisonment. He wrote, “These convicts have undergone severe troubles in the last three decades. They have already paid a huge price for the crime committed by them. Hence, they should be pardoned”. The seven convicts are S. Nalini, Santhan, Murugan, A.G.Perarivalan, Jaikumar, Robert Pyas and P Ravichandran. Initially, Nalini was awarded a death sentence. Later according to Constitution Article 161 it was changed to life imprisonment. Similarly, the death sentence of three others was also cancelled and they were awarded life imprisonment.