Supreme Court suspends sentence of two convicts in their 70s in jail for over 9 years

The Court also suspended the sentence of a third convict who claimed to be ajuvenile at the time of commission of offence in 1983.
Prisons and Supreme Court
Prisons and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently ordered the suspension of sentence of two convicts over 70 years of age, who have been in prison for more than 9 years in connection with a murder case [Mahendra Rai @ Harendra Narain Singh and Others v. State of Bihar].

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