Capital Punishment in India: Constitutional Validity

  • Nafiz Nasrin
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  • Nafiz Nasrin

    Student at Amity University, Kolkata, India

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The Capital Punishment also known as the Death Penalty. It's a prosecution of a person condemned to death after being condemned of a felonious offence by a Court law. Capital discipline considered the gravest type of discipline and it's handed to those who have committed the type of crime that heinous and against humanity. Capital discipline are different amongst countries but one common thing is that it means a judgment to death. There are colorful arguments between individual regarding the actuality of Death penalty. According to some people manslayers hang the safety and weal of the society only by putting manslayers to death can insure the Safety of the society and also they believe that capital discipline is one similar practice the society should support that will bring about a balance of good over wrong also capital Justice icing that everyone is treated inversely It's veritably important that the society put discipline on culprits equal not lower also what the innocent victims and family has suffered, and a miscreant should get what the earn and should suffer for their wrong. On the other hand according to some people the Death Penalty is unjust because it eventually inflected to innocent people also the Death Penalty violates the Right to Life which is granted by the Constitution Of India. This composition highlights that, whether Capital discipline violates the Right to Life under Composition 21 of the Indian constitution and also is there any necessity to live the Death Penalty for betterment of the society or the Death Penalty should abolish by the law.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 3120 - 3126


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