Shabnam , who was brutally murdered in 2008 along with her entire family lover, can be hanged soon. For this, preparations have also been started in Mathura jail. But Shabnam's son appealed to the president to forgive his mother. Now Ayodhya saint Paramhans Das has also appealed that Shabnam should be forgiven once as a woman. Paramahansa Das says that for the first time in the country it is happening that a woman is going to be hanged. Even if his crime is very big, it will not be appropriate to punish his execution.
Mahant Paramahansa Das has described the place of a woman in the Vedas and Puranas a thousand times more than men. He says that being a Hindu religious leader, I appeal to the President to accept the mercy petition of Shabnam. Shabnam's death sentence should be forgiven. At the same time Paramhansa Das believes that the punishment that has been received for so many days is sufficient. Now he should donate his life to the President. In fact, Shabnam's son appealed to the President to waive Shabnam's sentence. From the lower court of the country to the Supreme Court, Shabnam has been convicted.
Shabnam murdered 7 people
On 15 April 2008, Shabnam and her lover had ruthlessly murdered 7 people of their own family in the Bawan Khedi village of Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh. In this, from the lower court to the Supreme Court, Shabnam was sentenced to death by hanging. The President also upheld the death sentence, dismissing Shabnam's mercy petition. Preparations started to hang Shabnam in Mathura. If Shabnam is hanged, for the first time in independent India a woman is being hanged.
Give life to Shabnam: Jagat Guru Paramhans Das
Jagat Guru Paramhans Das said that this will be the first time in india when a woman is going to be hanged. The culprit must be punished. Paramahansa Das said that for the first time in India a woman is being hanged, but in the Constitution of India, there is an achievement that the President can abolish this punishment. Therefore, even if Shabnam's blame is not forgivable, she should be forgiven. Jagatguru Acharya said that the place of women in the Vedas and Puranas is thousands of times better than men. I request the President to forgive Shabnam. Paramahansa Das said that the punishment that Shabnam has received so far may have been repaid.