SHOULD DEATH PUNISHMENT BE ABOLISHED?
This Statement still today is a dilemma not only for our country, but many other countries also. There is a controversy between groups, one in favour of it and the other is against it. But there are many questions which have to be answered. Should a criminal or culprit be sentenced to death/or should he/she be given a prison sentence of life? Will the abolition of death sentence will increase the no of murders and other crimes. These questions keep agitating the minds of right thinking persons in the world.
Fear of death is the greatest fear. It puts a man on the right track and it is the fear that prevents him from causing death of another person. Those who commits murder deserve nobody’s sympathy. They are the worst enemies of society. It is also a known fact of the history that the crime rate is less in such of the countries where the punishments are terrifying.
Some people arguing that the one who can’t give life has no right to take away other’s life. The punishment should aim at reforming the criminal and not putting the end to his life. It is also said that a criminal is mentally sick person and he must be cured of his ailment rather than he be destroyed completely. Most of the persons are of the view that punishment should be either re formative or deterrent,but death sentence is neither.
There is a saying in Indian law “Let nine criminals escape than hang or punish an innocent person.”
ONE DHANANJAY GOT DEATH SENTENCE
BUT LAKHS OF DHANANJAY ARE ENJOYING LIFE … SO IS THERE ANY GOOD WAY TO THIS PROBLEM..