PVCHR wrote pardon petition to H.E Shri Ram Naik ji, Governor of Uttar Pradesh Lucknow on 31st May, 2017 regarding release of the Ram Ji Chauhan and Suresh Chauhan who are languishing in Naini Central Jail, Allahabad from last 20 years. http://pvchr.blogspot.in/2017/06/sub-regarding-release-of-ram-ji-chauhan.html
They both were awarded with death penalty in section 302, 307 and 449 IPC which was later converted in life imprisonment on the order of Honorable Supreme Court in WRIT PETITION (CRIMINAL) NO. 55 OF 2013 http://supremecourtofindia.nic.in/outtoday/wpc552013.pdf
Ram Ji Chauhan and Suresh Chauhan were the bread earner and now their families are leaving in abject poverty due to which his daughters were unable to continue their education after class 10th. Now one of the daughters is suffering from some neurological problem. For the past 20 years I have waited and pray every moment. My family has been with me all these years and all our family members have only one hope to see my husband back in the family as he was earlier. My daughters also ask questions about their father and I console them by saying he would return soon. 73 years old his mother Mula Devi is searching her son.
Ram Ji wife Usha Chauhan is making paper toy and his brother is selling balloon to meet the two end of family. The family is living in the rented shed at 57/126 B Nawapura, Maidagin, police station Kotwali district Varanasi.
The conducts of Ram Ji Chauhan and Suresh Chauhan are disciplined and humanistic in Naini Prison at Allahabad.
Therefore we request you to write letter His Excellency Government on his email email@example.com and also to Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh firstname.lastname@example.org taking the reference of Hon’ble High Court judgment in CRIMINAL WRIT-PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION No. - 2357 of 1997 Bachche lal v/s State of UP (http://elegalix.allahabadhighcourt.in/elegalix/WebShowJudgment.do) to kindly provide pardon from the life imprisonment award and release both of them. It is noted that honorable Supreme Court gave recent judgment in this context, which is published in Newspaper.
For more information please visit given below URL:
PVCHR urgent appeal desk