Supreme Court orders Medical Practitioner to plant 100 trees for offence committed as JuvenileJuly 14 2019
The Supreme Court has ordered a medical practitioner to plant 100 trees as punishment for an offence committed by him in 2004 when he was a Juvenile.
The order was passed by a Bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao and Hemant Gupta.
The petitioner was convicted by the trial court under Section 307 IPC and sentenced to three years imprisonment. The order of conviction and sentence was affirmed by the High Court.
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