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Hang Till Death: Mathura Court Sentences Rapist Just in 57 Days

Hang Till Death, Mathura Court, Sentences Rapist

Mathura session court on Friday sentenced a man to death for the rape and murder of a minor girl as it completed a fast-track hearing in less than two months.

The convict, 30-year-old Satish, a resident of Saunkh Road in the Kotwali area was sentenced within 57 days for the crime committed in the second week of October.
He had raped the 10-year-old girl in his neighbourhood, after taking her to his home on the pretext of feeding her ‘Bhandara’ (community feeding). Rapist Satish had thrown away her body in the forest after strangulation.The body was later recovered from the forested area in front of PMV Polytechnic College.it is said, The police produced 20 witnesses in connection with the case.
“On November 24, the testimony of 10 witnesses was completed. The hearing of the case was completed by November 25 and the DNA report was awaited, which was produced in the court on December 5,” the sources confirmed.
Based on the DNA and Police reports the court completed the hearing and pronounced judgment on Friday. The convict has also confessed to the crime, the police said
The Mathura District court on Friday sentenced a man to death for rape and murdering of a minor girl as it completed a fast-track hearing in less than two months.

The convict, 30-year-old Satish, a resident of Saunkh Road in the Kotwali area was sentenced within 57 days for the crime committed in the second week of October. He had raped the 10-year-old girl in his neighbourhood, after taking her to his home on the pretext of feeding her ‘Bhandara’ (Religious Feeding).
Rapist had thrown away her body in the forest after strangulation.The body was later recovered from the forested area in front of PMV Polytechnic College. the police produced 20 witnesses in connection with the case.
On November 24, the testimony of 10 witnesses was completed. The hearing of the case was completed by November 25 and the DNA report was awaited, which was produced in the court on December 5,” the sources confirmed.
Based on the DNA and Poice reports the court completed the hearing and pronounced judgment on Friday 12 december 2022.

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