New Delhi, February 12: Prime Minister Narendra Modi continually personally supervised the developments within the launch of seven Indian Navy veterans from Qatar, International Secretary Vinay Kwatra mentioned on Monday.
Stating that India is grateful for the discharge of seven Navy veterans, he mentioned that New Delhi can be engaged on guaranteeing the return of the remaining eighth personnel.
“We’re grateful, gratified for his or her return. We deeply admire the choice of the Qatari authorities and Emir to launch them. We’re glad to have these seven of these eight again. The eight Indian nationals have additionally been launched and we proceed to work with the Qatari authorities to see how rapidly his return to India can be attainable, ” Kwatra mentioned in a press convention.
“Prime Minister Modi himself personally, continually supervised all of the developments within the case and has by no means shied away from initiatives for the return of Indian nationals,” he added.
In a significant diplomatic triumph, the eight Indian Navy veterans, who had been detained on espionage fees, had been launched by Qatar on Monday, after their demise sentence was commuted earlier after New Delhi’s diplomatic intervention.
On being requested concerning the variety of Indian prisoners in UAE and Qatar, the International Secretary mentioned that the Indian authorities has intensive mechanisms in place to offer help together with counsellor dialogues to the Indian prisoners.
“The federal government of India has intensive mechanisms rather than counsellor dialogues and discussions involving the Indian system and the programs in these international locations, whose one of many principal duties is to maintain working in direction of the early launch of all of the Indian prisoners regardless of which nation they’re,” Kwatra mentioned.
He added, “There are additionally established mechanisms and programs in place which be sure that no matter help wherever attainable is to be made accessible to those prisoners, is made accessible by means of authorities mechanisms. These are the programs which have been strengthened enormously, whose remit has been expanded extensively.”
The Ministry of Exterior Affairs introduced early Monday morning the discharge of the Indian nationals who had been detained in Qatar.
“The Authorities of India welcomes the discharge of eight Indian nationals working for the Dahra World firm who had been detained in Qatar. Seven out of the eight of them have returned to India. We admire the choice by the Amir of the State of Qatar to allow the discharge and homecoming of those nationals,” the assertion mentioned.
The lads — Captain Navtej Singh Gill, Captain Saurabh Vasisht, Commander Purnendu Tiwari, Captain Birendra Kumar Verma, Commander Sugunakar Pakala, Commander Sanjeev Gupta, Commander Amit Nagpal and Sailor Ragesh — had been detained in August 2022.
On December 28, 2023, Qatar’s Court docket of Attraction commuted the demise penalty awarded to all eight males in October 2023.
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