After his hysterical presentation of the Nirbhaya case, invoking the ideologies of Gandhi and Buddha, the defence counsel now blames political pressure.
"It is regrettable that the judgement in the case of the December 16 gangrape has been completely dictated by the government. The judge - without giving it due thought and under political pressure, without considering evidence or witnesses - has handed all four convicts the death sentence," he said.
Contesting the reasoning of the trial court, he further said,"During the time I have to appeal - in the next 2-3 months - if there is no rape in this country I will not appeal in the High Court. But, if rapes take place then I will appeal in the HC."
But he does not stop at that.
After the sentencing, the counsel said that he would move the High Court as the sentencing was made under the pressure of the home minister Sushilkumar Shinde.
But what outraged the media and the people was his unsympathetic statement on Nirbhaya and his sharp remarks on her personal life. A tweet by India today says,"Why don't people first control their daughters? I'd burn my daughter alive if she was having pre-marital sex,roaming around with her boyfriend at night".
It is rather unfortunate that while the entire country is rejoicing justice, its very representative is making such statements.