Unique punishment for Aap MLA: Knowing why Akhilesh’s husband Tripathi spent a day in court, the case is three years old

AAP MLA Akhilesh Pati Tripathi sentenced till rising of court in case of injury to student rouse avenue court

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The court on Wednesday sentenced AAP MLA Akhilesh Pati Tripathi to life imprisonment until the 2020 court uprising for inflicting pain on a student. The court said such a case does not pose a threat to society. Special Judge Gitanjali Goel approved the order noting that the convict has deep roots in the society and poses no threat to the society. are made. will be paid as expenses and the remaining amount will be given to victim Sanjeev Kumar as compensation.

The court rejected the prosecution’s argument that Tripari posed a threat to society. The court said that the convict has deep roots in society and that the convict poses no threat to society. Punishment is just and equitable to the guilty, taking into account the facts and circumstances of the case and to satisfy the demands of justice. The court had sentenced Tripathi on March 25 under section 323 of the IPC. The maximum penalty for an offense under IPC section 323 (intentionally causing pain) is one year’s imprisonment.

However, the court acquitted Tripathi of the offense punishable under the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, saying the incident stemmed from political rivalry given that elections were to be held the next day. According to the prosecution, the FIR was registered in February 2020 based on a complaint from a student, who alleged that the accused had beaten him in Jhandewalan Chowk, Lal Bagh on February 7, 2020 when he went home.

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