Social activists and the Delhi Police file a review petition with the Supreme Court challenging the 2012 Chhawala rape case ruling.

Accuser parents file review petition in Supreme Court . Accuser parents claim the trial court mishandled the trial court order of death penalty .

New Delhi, December 7: The accusers' parents filed a review petition in the Supreme Court on Monday, claiming that the court had mishandled the trial court's order of death penalty and convicted three men in connection with allegedly raping and killing a 19-year-old woman in Delhis Chhawala region in 2012, according to a lawyer.The trial court ordered the death penalty, but the Supreme Court rejected it, giving the accused a benefit of the doubt and ordering Three men were found guilty of the rape and murder of a 19-year-old girl in Delhi's Chhawala in February 2014.The Delhi High Court confirmed the death penalty on August 26, 2014, claiming that they were predators roaming on the streets and hunting for prey.The murder case dates back to February 2012, when a 19-year-old girls' body was discovered in Haryana.According to the prosecution, the three men kidnapped the woman, assaulted her, killed her, and dumped her body in a field in Rodhai village in Haryanas Rewari district on the night of February 9, 2012.The woman was allegedly abducted by Ravi Kumar with the help of the other two defendants, the prosecution alleging.

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