The Supreme Court on Monday cancelled the bail granted by the Rajasthan High Court to a person accused in a honour killing case by which a Kerala youth was shot useless in 2017 allegedly on the occasion of his in-laws for marrying a Rajasthan-based woman belonging to a different caste.
A bench headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana requested accused Mukesh Choudhary, brother-in-law of deceased Amit Nair, to give up earlier than the trial courtroom.
The order cancelling the bail of Mukesh got here on a plea of his sister, Mamta Nair who had married towards the desires of her mother and father in August 2015.
Mamta, Jaipur-based woman, had married Amit, a Nair from Kerala and a buddy of Mukesh Choudhary.
Two years later in May, 2017, Jeewanram Chaudhary and Bhagwani Devi, mother and father of the lady, allegedly orchestrated their son-in-law Amit Nair”s homicide in Jaipur.
The police alleged the mother and father of the lady entered her residence together with an unknown confederate who shot Amit and a second confederate waited in a automobile outdoors.
The FIR was lodged by Amit”s mom Rama Devi in Jaipur on May 17, 2017 beneath sections 452 (home trespass), 302 (homicide) and 120B (legal conspiracy) of the IPC.
Amit had studied civil engineering and began a building enterprise whereas Mamta is an LL.B graduate and had interned with an NGO.
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