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Bilkis Bano challenges release of 11 gang rape convicts in Supreme Court

DNA Wednesday, 30 November 2022
On August 15, Independence Day, the Gujarati government released the prisoners in accordance with a previous policy of remission.
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oday, Bilkis Bano has moved the Supreme Court against the remission of sentence and the release of convicts in the 2002 gang-rape case. The 11 men were sentenced to life imprisonment for gang-raping her and murdering her family members. #BilkisBanoCase #SupremeCourt #GodhraRiots

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