KOCHI: Dependents of a fisherman shot lifeless by two Italian marines onboard Enrica Lexie and the fishermen who have been on the boat have alleged earlier than the Supreme Courtroom that Indian authorities and Republic of Italy failed to guard […]
The plea was filed by kinfolk of deceased Ajeesh Pink and by the opposite fishermen by advocate Yash Thomas Mannully on-line in view of Covid-19.
Within the plea, the dependents and the fishermen mentioned, “It’s submitted that the Authorities of India and the Italian Republic has not consulted or heard the above named victims whereas denying their primary human rights beneath Common Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 & Worldwide Conference on Civil and Political Rights, 1966 and the elemental rights beneath the Indian Structure & European Conference on Human Rights because of the capturing from MT Enrica Lexie by Italian marines on 15-02-2012 whereas inside Indian coastal waters. Additional, with none process established by regulation as envisaged beneath the Indian Structure, the prison trial in Crime No. 2 of 2012 of Neendakara Coastal Police Station, Kerala State is being closed with none truthful and efficient investigation and prosecution.”
A case relating to the prison legal responsibility of the captain and the ship proprietor was pending earlier than the chief judicial Justice of the Peace court docket at Kollam. It was transferred out of Kerala with out listening to the complainant or the survivors, the petitioners have alleged.
Basic rights and human rights of the dependents and survivors was by no means introduced up by the central authorities or Republic of Italy earlier than the supreme court docket, the petitioners have contended whereas in search of pressing measures by the apex court docket.