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new nashik, two tree plantings and offers namaz five times a day for 21 consecutive days



Nasik: In a 2010 case, the Malegaon Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate’s Court sentenced a 30-year-old Muslim boy and ordered him to plant two trees in the mosque premises each day and perform five daily prayers during the 21 following days. Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Tejwant Singh Sandhu convicted Rauf Khan but acquitted him in the second case. After that Rauf Khan said he would recite Namaz not only for 21 days but for life.

Mohammad Sharif Shaikh from Malegaon had filed a complaint at the camp police station. Mohammad Shaikh had gone to meet his friend in Kranti Nagar area on April 28, 2010. Shaikh told police that he had parked his car. However, later this car was hit by Rauf Khan’s rickshaw. A complaint was lodged at Malegaon Police Station that Rauf Khan beat us asking why the car was parked in front of our house.

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In this case, the court recorded the statements of four witnesses. Rauf Khan was asked to plant two trees in the area of ​​the mosque while delivering the verdict in this case. The court ordered agriculture officials to check whether the trees are planted or not. Lawyer Nasreen Memon said the court ordered Rauf Khan to pray 5 times a day for 21 days. He said that the verdict handed down by the court is important to reform the culprits.

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The court gave the responsibility to the agriculture officers and a record will be kept as to whether the trees are planted or not.

Single Punishment Discussion
The unique punishment in the Malegaon of Nashik is discussed everywhere. The judge gave this sentence with the intention of reforming the accused. The accused also accepted the punishment and said he would recite Namaz for the rest of his life.

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