原文标题：Supreme Court restrains Italian ambassador Daniele Mancini from leaving India
NEW DEHLI: The Supreme Court on Thursday restrained Italian ambassadador Daniele Mancini from leaving India.
The Supreme Court also issued notice to the Italian ambassador for breach of undertaking by failing to bring back the two naval guards who are facing trial in India for killing two Kerala fishermen.
The apex court has asked the Italian ambassador to reply to the court by March 18.
The attorney general (AG) mentioned the breach of undertaking before the Chief Justice-headed bench. The AG said government has rejected the March 11 note verbale from Italy conveying its decision not to return the marines to India.
The AG said government is gravely concerned by the development, more so because it was a violation of the orders of the highest court of India.
The court also issued notice to the two naval guards through the ambassador.
Earlier, Daniele Mancini, has said that he will not leave India until he is made persona non grata, meaning an unwelcome person, over the Italian marines row. His statement came amidst reports that India was looking to expel the envoy from the country. “I will not leave this country till a competent authority makes me persona non grata.. I am more than glad to live in this country for years to come,” he had said.
The two naval guards had been allowed to visit their country to participate in the elections there on an undertaking from the envoy.
The Supreme Court on Feb 22 allowed the two naval guards to fly to Italy to vote in the Feb 24-25 national elections. The apex court was given an undertaking by the ambassador that the marines will return in four weeks to face legal proceedings in India.
Italy claims the incident occurred in international waters and has been trying to get Latorre and Girone tried in Italian courts, while India contends the shooting occurred in its own territory. In a note on March 6. the Italian government had requested India to set up a meeting at diplomatic level in order to reach an amicable solution of the controversy. The request “is under examination” by India.
I have a feeling, that all these are pre planned to create an “OFFICIAL” rift betweeen Italian Government and India so that no further probe and details of the Helicopter deal be shared?????
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Arrest this man. Free him only if Italy return the killers.
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Chutiya Taxpayer (For what I am paying tax?)
Put that supreme court judge behind bar who had given the judgement to send the accused to Italy. There should be some accountability as well as responsibility in such a case. These high grade politicians and judges just can’t take their citizen granted. For what we are paying tax? If this these people can’t protect the integrity and reliability of this country then they don’t have any authority to remain on their authorized position.
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Our Indian government is spineless. It has been proven time and again.
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Only The Truth (India)
We will exchange Sonia and Rahul and if possible Robert with these 2 sailors…They can keep them Permanently…they will teach them how to Loot other countries….
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CyberGhost Nagrik (Hindustan)
did T0I delibertely forget to mention it was Dr. Subramaniam Swami’s plea to restrain Italian ambassodor from leaving India or its just a coincidence? I think its not… RIP Indian Media 🙁
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Mancini..get this baastard and throw him in jail with Sonia and Singh.
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If congress men are seriuos and genuine on this issue, they have to expel Sonia from congress. Do they have the courage for that?
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Court has done what the PM and the govt. could not do. Now you will find this useless govt. spokepersons trying to take credit for this too. Full credit to the court.
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We must praise Italy. They are taking extreme steps to protect the interest of their citizens. I want India doing the same for Indians abroad when in trouble.
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Vibhu Bansal (New Dlhi)
If the govt is serious on taking action against Italy, it should immediately put all business deals with Italian firms on hold. If Italians donot relent, all Italian businesses be given time of 15 days to close shop or face takeover of assets by Indian govt. Italy will surely wilt down and send the marines back. But unfortunately our PM will do what his Italian born madam will ask him to do.
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Tomorrow’s heading: Daniele Mancini was allowed to travel to Italy to attend his grand-daughter birthday.
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Hi People on the Other Side of the Story , Please Understand that Country Like Italy can go any extent protect its Soldiers , even ready to risk its relationship with India ? On the Other Hand our Govt is Serving Lunch to Paki PM when our soldiers are Beheaded ..
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SPEECHLESS execution (INDIA)
He shd be arrested, He lied to our apex court and its proven..! We Indians will not happy with persona non grata..he shd be busted thats all.
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what a decision!!! this fellow doesn’t want to leave india and the SC says u can’t leave india!!!
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congratulations. you are the first democracy to use an ambassador as hostage this will remain written in the history…. very slowly we will return at the jungla rule
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to hell with the diplomacy protocols … India must arrest the Italian ambassador n put him behind the bars.
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HEY, INDIAN THINK AGAIN B4 TAKING ANY STEPS. DO YOU KNOW THE NUMBER OF INDIAN FAMILIES SETTLED IN ITALY??? IF ALL THEY NEED TO LEAVE ITALY THEN????????
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shekhar nair (mumbai)
india is making powerful unwanted enemy over trivial matters,,,, this issue should be settled amicably via diplomatic channels….india otherwise would be the looser
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SONU MALIK (mumbai)
What if ITALY changed it’s ambassador?
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Good decision made. Now wait for the reply of Italy. Now I think Italy will send them to India.
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Let us see some action than war of words.
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Entire EU will throw out millions Indians legal and illegal. SC of India is over reaching. Ambassador enjoys legal immunity. He can leave tomorrow and the SC would not be able to do any thing. SC of India is setting itself up for another insult, another contempt, another derision. Who is advising SC of India? Must be Low IQ, Saffron extremists.
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Good Move. He should be arrested and put behind the bars. He has made fun of Indian Judicial system.
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Finally SC growing Some Spine…
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I hope Mr Mancini will be happy to live in India for years to come — in Tihar jail!
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(Nellore) replies to KKK
But as he is an ITALIAN, he may get VIP treatment!
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Varughese (Mumbai) replies to KKK
You guys are seriously delusional. He is an ambassador. He cannot be tried in Indian courts nor put to jail. Geneva convention does not allow that. He has got diplomatic immunity.
Good one… Now let’s see what is reaction of Italy…
Indranil Mukhopadhyay (Durgapur, West Bengal)
Atleast the SC has shown that we are not spineless.
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Ajeet Kumar Varma (Ballia(U.P.))
Do’t worry ! again Sonia Gandhi will come forward to let him flown away to Italy by hook or Kook .
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It was needed and Italy deserve it……………….!!
Mohit Anand (panipat)
its not enough arrest him……many experts agree that diplomatic immunity does not apply in this case
How helpless our govt. is looking!
VG Nair (india)
Hon. SC’s action will definitely bring Italy under pressure. It is high time for India to send a strong signal to outside world that it is not a banana republic.
Harish kunhiraman (Cochin)
I support this required strong move.
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AJAY RANJAN (Back to India)
Another example of unethical behavior from European country. India is fooled again
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