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The Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convict A G Perarivalan, Released

A G Perarivalan was convicted in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case in 1991. According to insider news, he was released by the supreme court on the 18th of May 2022 for his Good Behavior in prison and for his medical condition. He had spent over 30 years in prison.

Is AG Perarivalan, released?

A G Perarivalan was released by the supreme court on the 18th of May 2022. A G Perarivalan was convicted in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case in 1991. Over 30 years after serving the sentence supreme court released A G  Perarivalan for his medical condition and Good behavior in prison.

Why supreme court release, A G Perarivalan?

On the 18th of May 2022 Wednesday The Supreme Court used article 142 of the constitution(It grants powers to do complete justice) to release A G Perarivalan for convicted The Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. A G Perarivalan was arrested on 11 June 1991. He had spent over 30 years in prison of his life. He conducted well in prison.

Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convict A G Perarivalan

What did AG Perarivalan say after release?

The happiness was shown on his face when he reached his house after release and saw his family and the crowd of his friends. AG Perarivalan said that “he First wants to Breathe, enjoy the air of freedom before thinking about his future.” After 31 years of service sentence, he has to breathe and he wants some time for himself. He said thanked his mother, relatives, and supporters who supported him in his hard time.

Congress party’s reaction to AG Perarivalan’s release:-

Congress party is deeply pained and disappointed over the supreme court’s order to release AG Perarivalan. Congress blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi allowed the to court take this decision. Congress Party’s general secretary and chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said at a conference that if convicted for the assassination of a  former prime minister is released like this when who is take care of ‘the majesty of laws’. Mr. Surejwala said that “The Prime minister Shri Narendra Modi and his government needs to answer today: Is this your duplicity and doublespeak on terrorism? Are you going to be complicit in the release of terrorists and murderers of the former Prime Minister of our country?”

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