P.M. has rightly warned Italy of consequences of not sending back the accused in case of murder of Fishermen. We hope PO.M. will be as strict in action as he is in words. There is no reason why we should tolerate Italian deception.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/PM-warns-Italy-of-consequences-over-Italian-marines-issue/Article1-1025633.aspx

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  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    P.M. has rightly warned Italy of consequences of not sending back the accused in case of murder of Fishermen. We hope PO.M. will be as strict in action as he is in words. There is no reason why we should tolerate Italian deception.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/PM-warns-Italy-of-consequences-over-Italian-marines-issue/Article1-1025633.aspx


    For that matter we should be as strict with other countries as well which do not cooperate with us in such matters. In most cases our officers come back empty handed while we do every thing that is needed in such matters. We should come out of 'soft state' label as soon as possible.

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  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    P.M. has rightly warned Italy of consequences of not sending back the accused in case of murder of Fishermen. We hope PO.M. will be as strict in action as he is in words. There is no reason why we should tolerate Italian deception.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/PM-warns-Italy-of-consequences-over-Italian-marines-issue/Article1-1025633.aspx


    The question is why were they let off in the first place? this always happens when an Italian is involved in India, earlier it was qutrocchi and now this, is there any connection ? :dry:

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    P.M. has rightly warned Italy of consequences of not sending back the accused in case of murder of Fishermen. We hope PO.M. will be as strict in action as he is in words. There is no reason why we should tolerate Italian deception.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/PM-warns-Italy-of-consequences-over-Italian-marines-issue/Article1-1025633.aspx

    I read this news. I should mention about a letter written by a reader. Which goes like this.
    Nobody respects a nation that doesn't respect itself. Our miniscule neighbour recently rebuffed India. And we have that perennial trouble maker Pakistan ,. And now Italy.
    When will we be taken seriously?

  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    P.M. has rightly warned Italy of consequences of not sending back the accused in case of murder of Fishermen. We hope PO.M. will be as strict in action as he is in words. There is no reason why we should tolerate Italian deception.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/PM-warns-Italy-of-consequences-over-Italian-marines-issue/Article1-1025633.aspx


    The question is why were they let off in the first place? this always happens when an Italian is involved in India, earlier it was qutrocchi and now this, is there any connection ? :dry:


    Exactly! What I find ridiculous in the first place is that these accused were first allowed to go home for Christmas after which they returned, then they were let go to allow them to vote in the elections in Italy after which they never returned. Also, during all this time they were given a five star treatment when actually they should have been treated like other accused. I wonder why they were fed with pastas, pizzas, kept in a post guesthouse etc. Sonia Gandhi ke maike ke log hain isliye???? :blink: :blink:

    Now making a hue and cry about it is quite funny and stupid!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    I am neither surprised nor am I shocked! If you have been studying the political landscape of Italy in recent years, its affairs are worse than any banana African republic. The political powers have been hijacked by a group of people of questionable credentials and why our apex court failed to factor in this aspect utterly beats me. We have been conned! About our government, what do I say? Cry my countrymen, cry!!!!

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    I am neither surprised nor am I shocked! If you have been studying the political landscape of Italy in recent years, its affairs are worse than any banana African republic. The political powers have been hijacked by a group of people of questionable credentials and why our apex court failed to factor in this aspect utterly beats me. We have been conned! About our government, what do I say? Cry my countrymen, cry!!!!


    True, Italy has indeed become worse than those nations, and in spite of having so many wise and educated??? men in the government, how come we have been conned???? Or was it all deliberate to please someone in particular???

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    I am neither surprised nor am I shocked! If you have been studying the political landscape of Italy in recent years, its affairs are worse than any banana African republic. The political powers have been hijacked by a group of people of questionable credentials and why our apex court failed to factor in this aspect utterly beats me. We have been conned! About our government, what do I say? Cry my countrymen, cry!!!!


    True, Italy has indeed become worse than those nations, and in spite of having so many wise and educated??? men in the government, how come we have been conned???? Or was it all deliberate to please someone in particular???


    Italy is a sovereign country and it appears that there is nothing wrong so much with Indian government and judiciary relying on affidavit of Italian ambassador. The dead line for return of the accused marines is not yet over. Possibly Government may succeed in diplomatic efforts to get back the accused. If the Italian government and their ambassador fail in their commitment, India has some options to deal strictly in accordance with international law.

    There is possibility of Italian Government and ambassador having misled the Indian government and court. By submitting his affidavit before supreme Court the Italian ambassador voluntarily surrendered his diplomatic immunity which he cannot now claim.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Did-Italy-mislead-apex-court-to-get-permission-for-marines/Article1-1026069.aspx

    Fresh development has taken place. Apex Court has ruled that Italian ambassador cannot leave India.

    http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/marines-case-italian-envoy-cant-leave-india-rules-sc_835249.html

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    I am neither surprised nor am I shocked! If you have been studying the political landscape of Italy in recent years, its affairs are worse than any banana African republic. The political powers have been hijacked by a group of people of questionable credentials and why our apex court failed to factor in this aspect utterly beats me. We have been conned! About our government, what do I say? Cry my countrymen, cry!!!!


    True, Italy has indeed become worse than those nations, and in spite of having so many wise and educated??? men in the government, how come we have been conned???? Or was it all deliberate to please someone in particular???


    Italy is a sovereign country and it appears that there is nothing wrong so much with Indian government and judiciary relying on affidavit of Italian ambassador. The dead line for return of the accused marines is not yet over. Possibly Government may succeed in diplomatic efforts to get back the accused. If the Italian government and their ambassador fail in their commitment, India has some options to deal strictly in accordance with international law.

    There is possibility of Italian Government and ambassador having misled the Indian government and court. By submitting his affidavit before supreme Court the Italian ambassador voluntarily surrendered his diplomatic immunity which he cannot now claim.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Did-Italy-mislead-apex-court-to-get-permission-for-marines/Article1-1026069.aspx

    Fresh development has taken place. Apex Court has ruled that Italian ambassador cannot leave India.

    http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/marines-case-italian-envoy-cant-leave-india-rules-sc_835249.html


    In normal circumstances, such leniency is okay but when it involves wrongful killing of Indian citizens, should there have been such lenient terms and hospitable treatment for the accused?? If Italians have tried to mislead Indian governments, were our officials sleeping? Wasn't it their duty to keep their eyes open?
    If you remember some years ago, a couple of French citizens were caught in the act of spying and they too managed to get away never to return. Isn't national security at stake and in spite of that incident, shouldn't the officials have been more vigilant now?

    There can never be any excuses to what has already happened and I doubt if detaining their ambassador will serve any purpose!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    I am neither surprised nor am I shocked! If you have been studying the political landscape of Italy in recent years, its affairs are worse than any banana African republic. The political powers have been hijacked by a group of people of questionable credentials and why our apex court failed to factor in this aspect utterly beats me. We have been conned! About our government, what do I say? Cry my countrymen, cry!!!!


    True, Italy has indeed become worse than those nations, and in spite of having so many wise and educated??? men in the government, how come we have been conned???? Or was it all deliberate to please someone in particular???


    Italy is a sovereign country and it appears that there is nothing wrong so much with Indian government and judiciary relying on affidavit of Italian ambassador. The dead line for return of the accused marines is not yet over. Possibly Government may succeed in diplomatic efforts to get back the accused. If the Italian government and their ambassador fail in their commitment, India has some options to deal strictly in accordance with international law.

    There is possibility of Italian Government and ambassador having misled the Indian government and court. By submitting his affidavit before supreme Court the Italian ambassador voluntarily surrendered his diplomatic immunity which he cannot now claim.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Did-Italy-mislead-apex-court-to-get-permission-for-marines/Article1-1026069.aspx

    Fresh development has taken place. Apex Court has ruled that Italian ambassador cannot leave India.

    http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/marines-case-italian-envoy-cant-leave-india-rules-sc_835249.html


    In normal circumstances, such leniency is okay but when it involves wrongful killing of Indian citizens, should there have been such lenient terms and hospitable treatment for the accused?? If Italians have tried to mislead Indian governments, were our officials sleeping? Wasn't it their duty to keep their eyes open?
    If you remember some years ago, a couple of French citizens were caught in the act of spying and they too managed to get away never to return. Isn't national security at stake and in spite of that incident, shouldn't the officials have been more vigilant now?

    There can never be any excuses to what has already happened and I doubt if detaining their ambassador will serve any purpose!


    The ambassador gave undertaking on which basis the apex court allowed parole to the Italian marines. The apex court has considered it proper to not allow the ambassador to leave the country. We cannot raise any issue over this decision.
    Meanwhile Italian government has decided to take the issue to international forum for arbitration.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Italy-to-seek-international-arbitration-on-naval-guards/articleshow/18969372.cms

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Italy warned of consequences of not sending back the accused

    by » 7 years ago


    I am neither surprised nor am I shocked! If you have been studying the political landscape of Italy in recent years, its affairs are worse than any banana African republic. The political powers have been hijacked by a group of people of questionable credentials and why our apex court failed to factor in this aspect utterly beats me. We have been conned! About our government, what do I say? Cry my countrymen, cry!!!!


    True, Italy has indeed become worse than those nations, and in spite of having so many wise and educated??? men in the government, how come we have been conned???? Or was it all deliberate to please someone in particular???


    Italy is a sovereign country and it appears that there is nothing wrong so much with Indian government and judiciary relying on affidavit of Italian ambassador. The dead line for return of the accused marines is not yet over. Possibly Government may succeed in diplomatic efforts to get back the accused. If the Italian government and their ambassador fail in their commitment, India has some options to deal strictly in accordance with international law.

    There is possibility of Italian Government and ambassador having misled the Indian government and court. By submitting his affidavit before supreme Court the Italian ambassador voluntarily surrendered his diplomatic immunity which he cannot now claim.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Did-Italy-mislead-apex-court-to-get-permission-for-marines/Article1-1026069.aspx

    Fresh development has taken place. Apex Court has ruled that Italian ambassador cannot leave India.

    http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/marines-case-italian-envoy-cant-leave-india-rules-sc_835249.html


    In normal circumstances, such leniency is okay but when it involves wrongful killing of Indian citizens, should there have been such lenient terms and hospitable treatment for the accused?? If Italians have tried to mislead Indian governments, were our officials sleeping? Wasn't it their duty to keep their eyes open?
    If you remember some years ago, a couple of French citizens were caught in the act of spying and they too managed to get away never to return. Isn't national security at stake and in spite of that incident, shouldn't the officials have been more vigilant now?

    There can never be any excuses to what has already happened and I doubt if detaining their ambassador will serve any purpose!


    The ambassador gave undertaking on which basis the apex court allowed parole to the Italian marines. The apex court has considered it proper to not allow the ambassador to leave the country. We cannot raise any issue over this decision.
    Meanwhile Italian government has decided to take the issue to international forum for arbitration.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Italy-to-seek-international-arbitration-on-naval-guards/articleshow/18969372.cms


    Now the situation has reached an interesting stage. It remains to be seen how our lion- hearted Politicos at the helm of the affairs will tackle this.

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