The Supreme Court on Friday saved its judgment on the survey request in the 1987 uncontrollable anger case prompting murder including Navjot Singh Sidhu.
The zenith court had in 2018 subdued the three-year sentence of Sidhu and fined just Rs.1000. The casualty Gurnam Sigh’s family then recorded an audit appeal.
The survey request was heard before the Bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Sanjay Kishan
Kaul. Showing up for applicants, senior backer Siddharth Luthra contended that the wounds caused during the over the top anger was the justification for the passing later.
Abhishek Manu Singhvi, contending for Sidhu, said that the matter was a 34 year old occurrence and blamed candidates for mishandling the interaction for regulation. Sidhu was acqitted by the preliminary court and the High Court had condemned him for quite a long time.