Abolish or not
Capital Punishment means killing of someone for some hubris act that is considered legal according to the law. Many states and countries these days have considered abolishing this hideous act of violence from the society but many still susceptible toward this form of punishment. In the older days, such punishment was rather esoteric in order to maintain law in the land as people are more prone to agony than peace. In those time it was vital for such punishment to exist to ameliorate the already exacerbate society.
Many countries like UK, Canada, Australia and others have decided to extinguish this law from the constitution. This form of decision is advocated upon the belief that a punishment must not be conveyed to another if cannot be taken back. For example, if somebody was given a death penalty after being proven guilty in the court of law for some coerce act of violence and later proven to be innocent will engender an avalanche experience to the whole society and will take away the belief in a lingering way from the law.
On the other hand countries like India, Pakistan, Thailand, and many more still linger on having this kind of punishment to mould the society towards ameliorate. There are myriad criminals in all the countries and in order for government to make the crime rate susceptible in the society it is prudent sometime to consent with this kind of punishment, especially when in today’s world the rate of criminals are amplifying beyond the number of prisons in any particular country, creating further real-estate problem.
So in my humble opinion I contemplate that such act of punishment must be abolished before it deviates us from hubris-free society or utopia, that we all prefer and for what we are incessantly trying to achieve.