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Friday, March 1, 2024

Kerala court grants bail to Abdul, accused of sexually assaulting 9 year old

“Did not intend to commit any serious offence: Kerala court grants bail to Abdul, accused of sexually assaulting 9 year old”, Opindia, May 2, 2023″

“A Kerala court has granted bail to a 62-year-old man named Abdul Jabbar, who is accused of sexually assaulting a minor girl.

As per a report by Law Beat, the court made the observation that the accused man did not intend to commit any serious offence of sexual assault. The Special Judge drew the inference from the fact that the act of sexual assault occurred in a public place.

Earlier on Friday (April 28), the Supreme Court of India commuted the death penalty, awarded to a 31-year-old man for murdering his sister Pooja and her lover Govind in 2017, to life imprisonment. At the time of the murders, the convict was 25 years old….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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