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Madrs HC refuses parole extension for Rajiv case convict Nalini

Madrs HC refuses parole extension for Rajiv case convict Nalini

Chennai, Sep 12 (UNI) The Madras High Court on Thursday refused

to extend the parole granted to S Nalini, one of the seven life convicts

in the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.

When her plea seeking to extend the parole further till October 15 to

make arrangements for her daughter's marriage came up for hearing,

a Division Bench comprising Justices M M Sundresh and RMT Teekka

Raman declined to extend the parole.

Nalini was earlier granted one month parole (Ordinary leave) on July 25

and it was extended by three weeks on August 22.

Since the extended parole period was to expire on September 19, she

moved the present plea seeking extension till October 15.

Refusing her plea, the Bench said 'we have already granted enough

leave and it cannot be extended any further'.

'We cannot go beyond the rule and keep extending the leave', the

Bench added.

On a suggestion from the Bench, Nalini's counsel M Radhakrishnan

withdrew the plea following which it was dismissed as withdrawn.

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