1984 Anti-Sikh Riots Case Convict Naresh Sehrawat Gets Relief On Medical Grounds
The Delhi High Court on Monday granted relief to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case convict Naresh Sehrawat by allowing his plea seeking interim suspension of sentence for three months on medical grounds.
A bench of Justices Manmohan and Sanjeev Narula suspended Naresh Sehrawat's sentence for a period of twelve weeks from the date of release, asking him to furnish a personal bond and surety bond of Rs 20,000 each.
Naresh Sehrawat filed his plea through advocate Dharam Raj Ohlan, seeking interim suspension of sentence for three months on the ground that the petitioner needs to undergo liver and kidney transplant simultaneously at the earliest.
On May 19 and May 26, the Delhi High Court had directed the petitioner to be produced before the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) hospital for medical check-up and treatment.