Mumbai sessions court on Thursday pronounced guilty to all four accused of the 2011 murder of Keenan-Reuben.
All four accused in 2011 double murder of Keenan Santos and Reuben Fernandez in Amboli, Mumbai, have been pronounced guilty by a special court in Mumbai.
In 2011 murder case two youngsters died while fighting eve-teasers who allegedly misbehaved with their female friends.
Keenan Santos (24) and Reuben Fernandez (29) were stabbed by eve-teasers after a scuffle near a paan shop in suburban Andheri on October 20, 2011.
The duo were attacked when they tried to protect their woman companions from the group of men who were misbehaving with them. The group, after retreating, returned to the spot with over ten aides and brutally assaulted Keenan and Reuben in full public view.
While Keenan succumbed to his injuries on the same day, Reuben died ten days later.
Police arrested Jitendra Rana, Sunil Bodh, Satish Dulhaj and Dipak Tival the next day after the incident.
In October 2012, the court had framed charges against four accused for murder, conspiracy and molestation.