Death penalty only if no chance of reformation, says Supreme Court; issues notice to police officer for concealing Sundarrajan's conduct

The Court highlighted the importance of taking into account the mitigating circumstances while determining whether or not there is possibility of reformation of a convict.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

Death penalty should be handed down to a convict only if there is no possibility of his or her reformation, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday [Sundar @ Sundarrajan vs State Rep by Inspector of Police].

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