Nalini Sriharan, one of The six convicts in former The case of the assassination of Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi said she felt sorry for families of those who were killed in This blast. “I am very sorry for they. We’ve spent many years thinking about it, and we’re sorry,” Nalini Sriharan told NDTV when asked about her message. for Gandhi and families of those who were killed.
“They have lost loved ones. I hope they will come out of That tragedy once for everything, anytime” added. Nalini Sriharan’s statement came hours After she was released after serving 31 years in jail.
When asked if she plans to meet her daughter and settled in Britain’s Nalini Sriharan said she would with to her husband.
Yesterday the Supreme Court ordered the release of Nalini and five others, who be convicted in The killing of Rajiv Gandhi in 1991.
Rajiv Gandhi was killed by a suicide bomber during his election campaign for election in Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu in May 1991 by Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Sri Lanka group.
Rajiv Gandhi killing It was seen that he did of In retaliation for sending Indian peacekeepers to Sri Lanka in 1987, only to be withdrawn after the loss more from 1200 men in battle And the facing the allegations of Human rights violations in Island nation.
Nalini Sriharan asked her if she would meet family of Rajiv Gandhi, said “I don’t think they will meet me. I think the time is up for them to see me.”
Supreme court decision The release of Nalini Sriharan drew sharp criticism from Congress.
The decisionHowever, many welcomed it in Tamil Nadu where their arrest was emotional issue Since many believed that the seven locals who were convicted were a part of conspiracy without knowing its extent.
The court told her decision were based on prisoners good behavior and release in mayo of AG Perarivalan, another person convicted in status, saying he was 19 years old at the time of arrest and imprisoned for more from 30 years old, with 29 of those in Solitary confinement.