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Drugs smuggling case: Indian-origin man’s death sentence upheld, Singapore’s top court dismisses plea

PTI, Singapore

Printed by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Up to date Sat, 27 Nov 2021 11:30 AM IST

Abstract

On Could 23, 2019, a day earlier than Pranathaman was to be hanged, the apex court docket granted him short-term reduction to hunt authorized recommendation.

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Singapore’s prime court docket has upheld the dying sentence of 34-year-old Malaysian Indian-origin man Panneer Selvam Prathamman for drug smuggling. The truth is, within the 12 months 2019, the highest court docket had stayed Prathamana’s dying sentence for 2 years, however after the expiry of the deadline, the person moved one other petition in his protection, which was rejected by the highest court docket.

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