SC confirms execution of guy guilty of raping and killing a young girl who was physically and intellectually handicapped.

Supreme Court declares Manoj Pratap Singh's death penalty handed to Manoj Pratap Singh . The Supreme Court cited unique inhumanity and unique depravity as the source of the source .

New Delhi, India, June 24: The Supreme Court declared the death penalty handed to Manoj Pratap Singh on Friday, citing unique inhumanity and unique depravity as the source (a seven-and-a-half-year-old mentally and physically challenged girl) was abducted, raped, and killed, and the appellant's appeal against the Rajasthan High Court's verdict was affirmed.In the present case, where all the elements implicating the offence as well as all the elements involving the offender intersect with the balance sheet of aggravated and mitigated conditions, we are clearly of the opinion that there is no reason to commute the death sentence to any other sentence of lesser importance.Given the nature of the offenses committed by the defendant and his incorrigible conduct, the upper court considered his activities and conduct before the present assault, and found him guilty in at least four cases involving different offenses, ranging from the prevention of harm to public property to the murder of another prison prisoner.This danger to the stability of society is both a direct threat and a nullity of appellant relapsing in the same crime over and over again, with a zero chance of his reformationalization.

As the death sentence awarded to the appellant is now unavoidable in this particular case, the top court said that we see it as a case of no other option but to confirm it, according to the appeal.Manoj Pratap Singh has challenged the Rajasthan High Court order dated May 29.The High Court in Rajasthan affirmed the conviction of the appellant on 28.09.2013 and the order of sentencing on 01.10.2013 by the Court of Special Judge, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Cases, Rajsamand, on May 29, 2015, while upholding the appellant's conviction of charges punishable by Sections 363, 365, 376(2)(f), 302 of the Indian Penal Code, and Section 6 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences