Chennai: The Madras High Court today refused to extend the parole period of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict Nalini.
In July, the court had granted her 30 days ordinary leave for making arrangements for her daughter’s marriage.
After being released from the Vellore Central Prison on 25 July, Nalini has been residing at Sathuvachari there.
Her parole was later extended by three weeks by the Madras High court after she pleaded that she was not able to compete the arrangements for the marriage within the leave period. The Madras High Court said that it had already extended the parole by three weeks.
Nalini’s parole ends on 15 September. She had requested for an extension of parole till 15 October.