Britain asks India to abolish death penalty

LONDON (TIP): Britain has reiterated it call asking India to establish a moratorium on executions with a view to abolition death penalty. “UK is opposed to the death penalty in all circumstances as a matter of principle in India as elsewhere,” a Britain foreign office spokesperson told mediaperson.

“We urge the Indian government to refrain from carrying out any further executions.” The British House of Commons had earlier passed a motion asking India to abolish death penalty. India is among five countries that resumed executions in 2012.

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