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After a trial of more than seven years today Kupwara district and Sessions court has given death sentence to all four convicts in Tabinda Gani rape & murder case. Principal and Sessions Judge Kupwara, Muhammad Ibrahim Wani today announced the judgment in the case and sentenced all four convicts in the case to death. The convicts included Sadiq Mir, Azhar Ahmad Mir who are residents of Langate while two non-locals – Mochi Jahangir Ansari of West Bengal and Suresh Kumar of Rajasthan. Earlier, the court had found all four men guilty of gang rape and cold blooded murder 13-year-old, Gani was

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As a court in Kashmir on Saturday held responsible the four accused in Tabinda Gani rape and murder case, father of the vicitm, Abdul Gani Shah said death sentence to the convicts will be the real justice for the family. “If the killers of Damini of Delhi could be sentenced to death, why not the killers of my beloved daughter. I believe that only justice is the death sentence to the involved in the case,” Gani told a news agency, adding that he still remembers the 20 July 2007 when his daughter left home for school in the morning and

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After nearly eight years of continuous trail, Principal and Sessions Judge, Kupwara Muhammad Ibrahim Saturday held four accused responsible for Tabinda Gani rape and murder case. The court will announce the sentence on April 23. Tabinda, a student of 8th class, was found dead in an orchard in Langate area on 20 July 2007 after her abduction. Medical reports had confirmed that the abductors had raped her before slitting her throat. Following the incident, Kashmir witnessed massive street protests with people demanding severe punishment to the culprits. Police later arrested four accused including two non-locals and residents of Langate and

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As the state government has decided to give away Tabinda Gani state award for bravery on July 24, the family of Tabinda wants government to expedite justice delivery in her case. Talking to KNS, Mohammad Iqbal the uncle of Tabinda said “we have no issues with state award for bravery in her name, but we want to see justice is done in her case without any further delay”. Tabinda, the 14-year old girl was brutally raped and murdered at Langate Handwara on July 21, 2007. Pertinently, the incident had evoked massive protests all across Kashmir resulting into arrest of four