Delhi— On Wednesday, the Supreme Court granted bail to AG Perarivalan, one of the seven Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convicts. Solitary confinement for the whole 29 years and now he’s a free man. The supreme court decided to set him free for his good conduct in prison, medical treatment, and part delaying of the governor of Tamil Nadu in deciding to let him free.
The court decided that the governors decided to set Perarivalan free from the President wasn’t the right decision and it has no constitutional assistance. Justice like L Nageswara Rao, BR Gavai, and AS Bopanna supplicate the extraordinary power of the supreme court. The extraordinary power was approved under Article142 of the constitution.
Perarivalan began its legal battle when he was arrested in this case at the age of 19. The court of last resort is the directive of the climax for Perarivalan. For the past 16 years under the shade of death, the judicial murder was directed to the life confinement in the year 2014 by a bench headed by then CJI P Sathasivam.
On 21st May in the year of 1991, the former Indian PM Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by a suicide bomber during an election that was held at Sriperumbudur (Tamil Nadu). The TADA court stated that Perarivalan was one of them the 26 who were sentenced to death in the year 1988 Perarivalan was declared, as he purchased the batteries that burst which killed the nation’s former PM, Mr. Gandhi.
As per the court they released Perarivalan not only for his excellent conduct but for the completion of his higher secondary exam, he earned his undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas and degrees, where he completed his eight certification courses without complaint. He successfully educated himself.