Supreme Court stays death sentence of man convicted for rape, murder of 3-year-old; allows psychological examination

The Court also allowed a representative of anti-death penalty body, Project 39A of National Law University, Delhi to visit the convict to conduct a psychological assessment relevant to his sentencing.
Death penalty
Death penalty

The Supreme Court recently stayed the execution of a man on death row who had been convicted for rape and murder a three-year-old girl [Ramkirat Munilal Goud vs Maharashtra].

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