The Supreme Court has ordered that 9 fishermen be paid 5 in the Italian Marines case.

The Kerala High Court has ordered that Rs 4 crore be divided among the total amount . The amount was deposited in the Supreme Courts registry .

New Delhi: On Friday, the Supreme Court lowered its order dated June 15, 2021, to compensate seven fishermen and the legal heirs of two others who were impacted by the incident, which was reportedly triggered by the Italian government, and sent the Kerala High Court an amount of Rs 10 crore, which was deposited in the Supreme Courts registry, to the heirs of the deceased and the boat owner.The Kerala High Court also ordered that Rs 4 crore be divided among the total amount, which The court announced on May 21, 2020, that the Arbitral Tribunal, established under Annex VII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of Sea (UNCLOS), had delivered its verdict, granting the island of India a compensation amount of Rs 10 crore over and above the ex-gratia amount already paid to the deceased fishermen.The fishermen's counsel said the tribunal had ruled that India was entitled to compensation for the loss of lives, physical harm, physical damage, and moral harm suffered by the boat' Despite the Arbitral Tribunal's finding that they were entitled to compensation, we were not compensated.Freddy's counsel said that the government gave him permission to dismiss the criminal case brought by the Italian marines, Massimilano Latorre and Salvatore Girone, but that now, the court order has been amended, requiring that Rs 2 crore be divided among the captain and the boat owner, the widow of one of the fishermen who died during the pendency of the trial, and the legal heirs of the minor who died after proper verification by account payee cheques, according Freddys counsel recommended that the court reject his argument, arguing that the two marines were killed when they opened fire on them at the Coastal police station in Kerala's Kollam district on September 12, 2014, and that the Kerala High Court turned him away, re-registering his FIR in 2013 and re-registering the boat owner.

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