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Bilkis case: 'Convicts didn't tell SC that HC had junked similar pleas'

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 30 November 2022
Rape survivor Bilkis Bano on Wednesday requested the Supreme Court for an open court hearing of her plea for review of the SC's May 13 judgment allowing Gujarat to consider the remission pleas of 11 lifers, guilty of gang-raping many and murdering 14 during the 2002 communal riots in the state. The covnicts concealed from the apex court the fact that the Gujarat HC had twice rejected similar pleas, she said.
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