KOCHI: Dependents of a fisherman shot dumb by two Italian marines onboard Enrica Lexie and the fishermen who had been on the boat relish alleged before the Supreme Courtroom that
and Republic of Italy did not provide protection to their classic human rights.
Criminal licensed responsibility
of the captain and the ship owner has also no longer been regarded as, their plea said.
The plea became once filed by relatives of deceased Ajeesh Crimson and by the diversified fishermen thru advocate Yash Thomas Mannully on-line in scrutinize of Covid-19.
In the plea, the dependents and the fishermen said, “It is far submitted that the Authorities of India and the Italian Republic has no longer consulted or heard the above named victims while denying their classic human rights below Fashioned Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 &
on Civil and Political Rights, 1966 and the classic rights below the
European Convention on Human Rights
attributable to the shooting from MT Enrica Lexie by Italian marines on 15-02-2012 while within Indian coastal waters. Further, without any blueprint established by law as envisaged below the Indian Structure, the criminal trial in Crime No. 2 of 2012 of Neendakara Coastal Police Space, Kerala Disclose is being closed without any ravishing and efficient investigation and prosecution.”
A case relating to the criminal licensed responsibility of the captain and the ship owner became once pending before the manager judicial Justice of the Peace court at Kollam. It became once transferred out of Kerala without listening to the complainant or the survivors, the petitioners relish alleged.
Main rights and human rights of the dependents and survivors became once by no diagram brought up by the central govt or Republic of Italy before the supreme court, the petitioners relish contended while seeking pressing measures by
the apex court