Indian Airports on alerts to prevent Italian Envoy’s exit

A day after the restrain order issued to the Italian Ambassador by Supreme Court for not to leave India, all airports across the country have called on alerts by the Union Home Ministry on Friday.

The alerts called to prevent Italian Ambassador Daniele Mancini whom SC has issued a restraining notice for contempt of court.

A deadline of March 22 has set by SC to Italy govt to return back marines to face trial.

Now without SC permission, Italy envoy restrained from leaving India, taking exception to Italy’s refusal to send back two marines to India to stand trial who charged with the murdering of two fishermen in Kerala Coast on February 15, last year.

Following the plea of Janata Party President Subramanian Swamy and suggestion of Attorney General (AG) G E Vahanvati, the apex court issued notices to Mancini and the two marines –Massimiliano Lattore and Salvatore Girone– to respond by March 18.

“it’s a breach of undertaking given to the highest court of the land and the government is extremely concerned about it”, AG told court, source said.

The apex court had allowed duo to go to their home Italy to cast their vote in the elections after assurance given by Italian ambassador to send them back, but earlier Italy govt refused to do same.


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