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Shakti Mills Gang Rape Case: The death sentence to the three accused cancelled, Bombay High Court reversed the decision of the Sessions Court

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The Bombay High Court has given the final verdict on the punishment in the Shakti Mills Gang Rape Case in Mumbai in the year 2013. The High Court Justice SS Jadhav and Justice Prithviraj Chauhan have quashed the death sentence to all three accused. In 2014, the sessions court convicted all three accused and sentenced them to the death penalty.

There were two rape cases registered in Shakti Mills. A photographer journalist case and a phone operator case. The case of both these incidents went on together.

A total of seven people, including two minors, were arrested in connection with the two gang rapes in July-August 2013. Three of the accused were common in both cases.In the photojournalist case, there are a total 5 accused in which 1 was minor at that time. While the same condition in phone operator case, 5 accused in which 1 was minor at that time.

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Photojournalist Rape case accused names – Siraj Rehman Khan (life prison), Vijay Mohan Jadhav (Hanging to death), Mohammad Salim Ansari (Hanging to death), Mohammad Kasif Hafiz Sheikh (Hanging to death), Chand Babu (minor at the time of rape).

Telephone Operator Case accused names – Mohammad Ashfaq Sheikh (life prison), Vijay Mohan Jadhav (Hanging to death), Mohammad Salim Ansari (Hanging to death), Mohammad Kasif Hafiz Sheikh (Hanging to death), Jadhav JJ (minor at the time of rape).

Three accused Mohammad Kasim Hafiz Sheikh (Hanging to death), Mohammad Salim Ansari (hanging to death), Vijay Mohan Jadhav (hanging to death) have been convicted in both the gang-rape case. All three were given the death penalty.

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