The fourth death row convict, Akshay Kumar Singh, did not file a review petition.
The brutal attack prompted widespread protests throughout the country, sparked a new debate about women's safety in India and resulted in strict changes to the country's rape laws which now allows for the death penalty in some rape cases.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices R Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan rejected the review pleas filed by Mukesh, Pawan and Vinay stating that no grounds have been made out by them for review of the verdict, reported PTI.
The apex court also said that these three convicts were heard elaborately during the stage of their appeal against the Delhi High Court's judgement and no case has been made out by them for review of the apex court's verdict upholding the death penalty, quoted the news agency. That ruling came over four years after the chilling incident that took place on the night of December 16, 2012. It is unfortunate that they committed such crime. Their appeals were dismissed by the Delhi High Court, which eventually led to the appeal in Supreme Court. The Court had reserved its judgement in the matter on May 4 this year after hearing the arguments on behalf of the convicts.
"Unfortunately, executions do not eradicate violence against women".
The victim, a 23-year-old physiotherapist, was gang-raped by six persons, including a juvenile, in Delhi in a moving chartered bus on December 16, 2012.
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Asha Devi, Nirbhaya's mother, said that she would not rest until her daughter's rapists are hanged.
"There is more fight ahead, but we have got justice once again".
Over the next few days, his brother Mukesh Singh, gym instructor Vinay Sharma, fruit seller Pawan Gupta, a helper on the bus Akshay Thakur, and the 17-year-old juvenile, who can not be named, are arrested. "Instead, the government must allocate adequate resources for the effective implementation of laws, improve conviction rates and ensure certainty of justice in all cases", Asmita Basu, Amnesty International India's Programmes director, said.
Singh was dumped on the streets 45 minutes later with horrific internal injuries, and died 13 days later in a Singapore hospital.
A juvenile accused was convicted by a juvenile justice board.
One of the accused, who was a juvenile at the time of the incident, has been sent to a reform centre for three years while another, Ram Singh, was found dead in jail.