Supreme court extends hearing of Navjot Singh Sidhu’s case

Supreme court extends hearing of Navjot Singh Sidhu's case
Supreme court extends hearing of Navjot Singh Sidhu's case
After top lawyer P. Chidambaram indicated he had changed lawyers in the case, a panel led by Judge AM Khanwilkar reviewed the 2018 ruling dismissing Navjot Singh Sidhu, the chairman of Punjab, for the punishment of Rs 1,000. I heard the request and decided to postpone it. He had a long night the night before and required some time to respond to his review request. A politician who became interested in cricket was cleared of murder but later found guilty of culpable homicide. On September 12, 2018, the Supreme Court decided to examine asking a review of the May 15, 2018 ruling, which will punish Sidhu 1,000 rupees in this instance. The bench is considering raising the punishment issued on Sidhu, who was previously handed a “limited amount of penalty” notice.
Sidhu and his companion Rupinder Singh Sandhu were accused of murder, but a court acquitted him in September 1999. The decision was reversed by the Punjab and Haryana High Courts, who recognized that they were found guilty of manslaughter rather than murder and sentenced them to three years in jail. However, on May 15, 2018, the Supreme Court sentenced Gournam Singh to death in connection with the 1988 Street Rage case, in which he killed Sidu and his friend Rupinder Singh Sandu.


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