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Indian court asks for written correspondence over the proposed sale of warships to Sri Lanka

Indian court asks for written correspondence over the proposed sale of warships to Sri Lanka The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court in Chennai, hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) petition filed on the proposed sale of two naval warships to Sri Lanka, has called for the records of the written correspondence between the central Indian government and the state government of Tamil Nadu over the issue. A civilian, an advocate has filed the PIL petition in the Madras High Court seeking the court to direct the central government of India to cancel the proposed sale of two naval warships to Sri Lanka.A division bench comprising Justices M Jaichandren and R Mahadevan sought the records on the proposed sale. The petitioner has expressed fears that these warships could be used aga...
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