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Singapore’s Reply To Global Calls Against Death Row For Indian-Origin Man

The case came under the spotlight late last month when the Singapore Prison Service wrote a letter to Nagaenthran’s mother on October 26, informing her that the death sentence on her son would be carried out on November 10, according to the Straits Times report. The issue of whether Nagaenthran’s mental health was considered by the High Court, The Straits Times reported, citing a Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) statement. The High Court held that Nagaenthran knew what he was doing, and upheld the sentence of death.”

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