the Ansals that the two be let off after considering the period of the imprisonment they have already undergone considering their age.
Later, the Delhi High Court reduced the sentence of the Ansals from two years to one year, as the judges contended they were respectable citizens and had no criminal record.
The bench, also issued notices on the cross appeals filed by the Ansals and Association of the Victims of the Uphaar Tragedy challenging the one year sentence imposed on the accused by the Delhi High Court.
The bench was hearing an application filed by the Association of Victims of Uphr Fire Tragedy (AVUT) against Ansals travelling abroad without the court's permission.
This meant that the kin of victims of the tragedy, who have been fighting for justice since 17 years, will have to wait for some time more to know the punishment the Ansals will be awarded.