Second Capital Punishment Analysis

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Similarly, it is contended that, since death penalty is the only means of eliminating the offender, altogether, this penalty is necessary. Further arguments offered are: Death sentence would cause reduction in the cost of prisoner.
This argument does not, however, question the basis of reformation. Another argument offered in favour is that death penalty has the maximum deterring effect among the various punishments; and lastly the death sentence in certain cases satisfies the urge for social justice.
Global trend of abolition in India
The capital punishment is like other punishment The world, and its continued presence in these countries and slave states in the retentoinist creates political tensions between the governments. In the Second
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It had been in use in a form in ancient and medieval period. This punishment is awarded for most heinous, grievous and detestable crimes against human society. The capital punishment might have been sustainable in old days but nowadays the reformative aspect towards criminals is on the forefront. The very existence of this institution of the capital punishment is being questioned nowadays. It is considered that the capital punishment violates the humanitarian sentiments. As a result of the humanizing impact of the modern sociology and other science of human behavior several countries of the world have already abolished the capital…show more content…
In 1960 the British Government did unique experiment that the capital punishment will not be executed In India, the capital punishment has not been abolished, even now it is to be in ‘the rarest of the rare’ cases. Should the death sentence be retained or stopped. The house rejected the bill. Again in the year 1962 it is in the Lok Sabha. The opinion of law commission was called for by the government on this point. The law commission therefore, in its 35th said that the risk could not be undertaken in the present state of the country. At this stage in India (i) Its population in a variety of social (ii) To the vastness of its area (iii) Devisers and its people. The abolition of the death penalty in India cannot take a risk in the current
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