Eight Indian Navy veterans who were sentenced to death in Qatar, were released by Doha on February 12. Capital punishment was commuted to an extended prison term earlier following diplomatic intervention by the central government, reported ANI. Families of the Navy veterans had made desperate pleas for their release and safe passage back to India. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) had assured that it would use all diplomatic channels to bring back the veterans. Of the eight former Navy officers, seven have already returned to India, MEA) said in an official statement on February 12 as reported by ANI. Watch the video to know more.
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