Supreme Court dismisses Yakub Memon’s plea on death warrant

"we don't find any legal fallacy" with the issuance of death warrant by the TADA court

New Delhi: Curtains came down on the legal battle of 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blasts convict Yakub Memon as the Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed his petition that sought a stay on his execution slated for July 30. “we don’t find any legal fallacy” with the issuance of death warrant by the TADA court “Issuance of death warrant More...

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