Very difficult for courts to impose death penalty since parameters to qualify case as 'rarest of rare' are very high: Madhya Pradesh High Court

The Court further said that even if a convict is awarded death sentence, the same is not acted upon within a reasonable time, thereby, losing its deterrent value.
 Justices Subodh Abhyankar and Satyendra Kumar Singh and MP HC's Indore Bench
Justices Subodh Abhyankar and Satyendra Kumar Singh and MP HC's Indore Bench

The parameters for cruelty for awarding death penalty are set very high by the Supreme Court that it is close to impossible for courts to award capital punishment to a convict even if his actions are extremely diabolical, the Madhya Pradesh High Court recently observed [Ankit Vijayvargiya vs State of Madhya Pradesh].

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