Indian Penal Code, 1860, S.376–Rape-Pre mature release – Haryana policy-­ Appellant was convicted only for rape and his co-accused for murder-Case of appellant would fall under Clause 2(b) and not 2(a) or (aa) where under a convict is required to undergo 10 years actual sentence and not less than the year with remissionState Committee while rejecting the claim of appellant has not observed that he would be threat to society and there was no adverse report against the petitioner as an inmateDirection issued to reconsider the case-­ Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, S.432.

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, S.432–Premature Release-No convict has a fundamental right of remission of shortening of sentence, but the order of the State Government while rejecting the case of pre-mature release must have reflection about the subjective satisfaction of the competent authority that the premature release of a convict would be harmful for the society or that there are chances of re-occurrence of offence.

Anil v.  State of Haryana & Ors.

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