DelhiDesk The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Bihar government and former MP Anand Mohan over his early release from life imprisonment in the murder case of G Krishnaiah, the then District Magistrate of Gopalganj in December 1994. The notice came after the deceased IAS officer’s wife, Umadevi Krishnaiah, filed a petition objecting to the release. The plea stated that the Bihar government made amendments to the Bihar Prison Manual with the sole objective to release Anand Mohan, who was sentenced to death by a trial court in 2007. The death sentence was later commuted to life by the Patna high court in 2008.
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👉 The Supreme Court issued a notice to the Bihar government over the early release of former MP Anand Mohan.
👉 The notice came after the wife of the deceased IAS officer filed a petition objecting to the early release.
👉 The court also issued a notice to Anand Mohan and the Center.
👉 The Bihar government made amendments to the Bihar Prison Manual to release Anand Mohan.
👉 Anand Mohan was sentenced to death by a trial court in 2007.
👉 The death sentence was later commuted to life by the Patna high court in 2008.
👉 The clause pertaining to the “murder of a public servant on duty” was removed from the list of cases for which remission of jail term cannot be considered.
👉 Anand Mohan was released from jail on 27 April.
👉 The plea highlighted the time Anand Mohan spent in jail and how he had access to mobile phones.
👉 The plea submitted that all these instances should have gone against the convict while considering his release.
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