On trapping a space scientist in a spy case on Indian government fined Rs 1.5 crore
On trapping a space scientist in a spy case on Indian government fined Rs 1.5 crore! The Indian Supreme Court has also fined the Kerala government after the Rs 500 lakh spying on astronomer Nambi Narayanan in a spying case, after which the total amount of damages has been Rs 1.5 crore.
According to Indian media, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) scientist Nambi Narayanan was found guilty of spying for the enemy country 24 years later. The Indian Supreme Court has also ordered the Kerala government to pay a fine of Rs 5 million to astronomers. After that, a local court also imposed penalties on the Kerala government.
Now, the Kerala government has paid a total of Rs 1.5 crore to 77-year-old Indian astronaut Namibi Narayanan after the Supreme Court announced the payment of damages to the Supreme Court and the Indian Human Rights Organization decided to do it
A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, also wrote that the compensation should be taken from the police officers who falsely accused scientist Nambi Narayanan in a serious and sensitive case like espionage. In addition, the Supreme Court also constituted a committee headed by a retired judge who would recommend the punishment by setting up false cases and determining the wrong investigators.
Indian Space Research Scientist Nambi Narayanan was detained by Kerala police in 1994 for allegedly spying for a hostile country 24 years ago, the detained scientist has become known worldwide and poses a serious threat to the lives of the family. Had been invented. The police, however, were unable to produce any evidence. Later, scientist Nambi Narayanan filed a defamation case against the police and investigating agency personnel, which was rejected by the High Court, but the Supreme Court started hearing by making a three-member panel.