10 Dec 2019

Nirbhaya Case Will Now End With Hanging

In the midst of speculation that the accused in the Nirbhaya incident will be hanged, the Tihar is now decked up for the death sentence.

The preparations include how to hang it, how strong rope is and how to build it.  All these bars are being taken care of.  

According to the reports such traps are made with special kind of rope.  A special type of cotton is made in Punjab to make this rope and yarn is mixed with nine hundred threads to makr a thick thread.  

72 such threads are mixed for a thick rope.  Usually there is a ban on making such a rope in the country, but this rope is prepared on government order.  So far this rope has been designed to hang and in total seven times on government orders.  

In 1995, the Central Prison Bhagalpur, Maharashtra in 1981, West Bengal in 1990, Andhra Pradesh in 2003, West Bengal in 2004, Mumbai in 2012 and Delhi in 2013 have been given this rope to hang various culprits.

 What rope will be made up of:-  This special rope which makes a loop is made of 7200 threads.  This rope can carry up to 184 kg.  So whenever the time comes for hanging, the snare is prepared with this rope.  Punjab's J34 quality cotton is used to make those threads made of 7200 threads.  After the rope is made, before it is used, a banana is rubbed on it dipped in mustard oil, which makes it soft, which makes it easy to execute.  

According to the officials of the jail, earlier this rope used to be Rs 1725 but now its value may increase a bit.  After the rope is made, it is also tested.  For testing, the rope is hung by hanging 100 kg in a special rad built in the jail.  And it is tested by dropping it with a jerk.  The rope weighing 100 kg weighs 3 kg 950 grams and length is 60 feet.

Where and who makes these snare:  The only place in the country that prepares is Buxar Central Jail. You will be surprised to know that only hangers are hanged in Buxar Central Jail.  So far, on the special demand of the State Governments, the Central Jail of Buxar has prepared snares of special type rope seven times and sent them to Delhi, Mumbai, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh.  In 1844, the British government set up a factory to hang the noose in the Central Jail Buxar. At that time, cotton was imported from Manila, the capital of the Philippines, to make the noose.  An Indian was hanged for the first time in 1884 from the trap of hanging here.

 There is speculation that the four convicts of the Nirbhaya case may be hanged later this month.  The Union Home Ministry on Friday sent the file of mercy petition of these accused to the President for final decision.  At the same time, two days ago, the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, also sent a report to the Union Home Ministry, which said that the conviction of the convict is not eligible to be forgiven under any circumstances. 

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