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Nirbhaya convicts to be executed in Jail No 3; Tihar to approach Meerut hangman

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 7 January 2020
The four convicts in the Nirbhaya case will be executed in Jail No 3, a senior Tihar Jail official said on Tuesday, hours after a Delhi court issued death warrants against them and declared that they will be hanged at 7am on January 22. Three of the convicts are lodged in Jail No 2, while one is in Jail No 4, the official said.
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