New Delhi. Recently, Qatar had sentenced eight former Indian sailors to death on charges of espionage, after which India intervened and the death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment, but now the Indian government is taking this as a complete relief. Has become active in the direction of converting into. Today, the Indian Foreign Ministry has given important information in this context. Come, let us tell you about it in detail further.
In fact, the Indian Foreign Ministry has informed that it will file an appeal against the punishment given to the ex-marines in the next 60 days and will try to get complete relief to our ex-marines. In this context, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal gave a statement today, in which he said that on December 28, a big relief was given to the former marines in the Qatar court. At present, the duration of punishment given to everyone is different. He further said, ‘…the legal team has the court order, which is confidential. Qatar has 60 days to appeal to the Supreme Court…We are in contact with family members and the legal team…”
#WATCH , On Qatar court’s verdict commuting death sentence of 8 Indian ex-Navy personnel, MEA Spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal says, “…The legal team has the order of the court, which is confidential. 60 days are there to appeal to the highest court of Qatar…We are in touch with… pic.twitter.com/MdqgNEWIOy
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Let us tell you that recently, the Qatar court had sentenced former marines to death on charges of espionage, after which it was commuted to life imprisonment. This was hailed as a great relief for the ex-marines of India and a major victory for the Government of India.