The 4 Italian writers imprisoned in India are free: “They are fine, they will return home soon”

Gianluca Cudini, Sacha Baldo, Daniele Stranieri and Paolo Capecci, the four Italian writers arrested in India last October 2, have returned free on bail. The lawyer: “They are fine and will soon return to Italy.”

Author: Ida Artiaco

Gianluca Cudini, Sacha Baldo, Daniele Stranieri and Paolo Capecci, the four writer italians stuck in India last October 2nd, I am free on bail.

The compatriots were discovered staining two new subway cars in Ahmedabacapital of Gujara, and for that they were detained by the local police.

“The boys are fine – their lawyer said, Vito Morena who assists them along with the Indian colleague -. Once the formalities of the case are completed, will come back in In Italy. There is no ban on expatriation”, he specified. This morning the Ahmedabad court accepted the request for release of young people, as done on Saturday by the Mumbai court.

Two lawsuits were filed against them for damage to public property.

The four young people – Sacha Baldo (29 years of Monte San Vito), Paulo Capecci (27 years from Grottammare, Ascoli Piceno), Gianluca Cudini (24 years from Tortoreto, Teramo) and Daniele Stranieri (21 years old from Spoltore, Pescara), entered India last September 24 on a one-month visa.

Then, on October 2, they were arrested for desecrating the trains from subway one Ahmedaba few hours before the inauguration of a new line, which the prime minister should also have attended Narendra mod.

The arrest was carried out by the Gujarat Counter Terrorism Squadron (ATs). Among other things, one of the writings on the wagons, “Tas”, aroused suspicion of a reference to anti-terrorism. It seems, however, that the acronym meant”Tagliatelle with sauce”The four were then handed over to the criminal section of the Ahmedabad police.

Source: Fan Page IT