A bench of Justices Ranjan Gogoi and R Banumathi said the CBI‘s Multi Disciplinary Monitoring Agency (MDMA), which is probing the larger conspiracy behind the assassination, was not making “much headway” and could be “endless” and, under such circumstances, there could be two options for the convict — either to wait for the Mdma inquiry or reopen the case against him.
“You have two choices. One is to seek an early conclusion to the MDMA enquiry and two, re-open the entire case against you,” the bench told Perarivalan’s counsel Gopal Sankaranarayanan. Perarivalan, in his mid-forties, has been in solitary confinement for 23 years and was recently granted parole for the first time.
Source : timesofindia