New Delhi, 07 October: The Supreme Court docket has mentioned that getting bitten by a toxic snake has turn out to be a brand new development within the nation. The Supreme Court docket on Wednesday (October 06) refused to grant bail to the accused whereas listening to the loss of life of a girl as a consequence of snake chunk. The accused is accused of killing a girl together with mates by biting her with a snake and giving her the identify of loss of life. Supreme Court docket Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justice Suryakant and Justice Hima Kohli whereas listening to this case of Rajasthan have refused to grant bail to the accused and mentioned that killing by snake chunk is a brand new development on this nation.
Supreme Court docket mentioned – this has turn out to be widespread apply in Rajasthan
In the course of the listening to, Justice Surya Kant mentioned, “It’s a new development that individuals carry venomous snakes by snake charmers and kill an individual by getting bitten by snakes. That is changing into widespread now particularly in Rajasthan.” Advocate Aditya Choudhary, showing for accused Krishna Kumar, mentioned, “There isn’t a direct proof towards the accused.”
The accused went to the snake charmer to purchase a snake with a buddy
Accused Krishna Kumar is alleged to have gone to the snake charmer along with his buddy and purchased a snake for Rs 10,000. Then with a variety of planning, the girl is murdered. Aditya Choudhary, counsel for accused Krishna Kumar, argued that his consumer didn’t know why his buddy was shopping for snakes or venom. They have been informed that it might be used to make drugs.
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The lawyer argued that Krishna Kumar had not even gone to the woman’s house with the snake. He said that the accused is an engineering student and he should be given bail for his future.
This matter came in the headlines in 2019
Let us tell that this incident came to the headlines in 2019 when a woman was bitten by a snake by her daughter-in-law in a village in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. It was alleged that daughter-in-law Alpana had an extramarital affair with Manish, a resident of Jaipur. Alpana and her mother-in-law Subodh Devi used to live together and Alpana’s husband and brother-in-law are in the army and used to stay away because of their profession.
Supreme Court says New Trend Of Snake Bite Murders and Denies Bail To Accused