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Late last year, an intellectually disabled Malaysian man, Nagaenthran K Dharmalingam was charged in Singapore after the discovery of bags of drugs in his motorcycle at the Woodlands checkpoint in 2009. The drugs contained 57.54g of heroin.

Due to his disability, an online petition was launched to pardon his death sentence and in November last year, Singapore High Court temporarily suspended the execution of Nagaenthran. Unfortunately, Nagaenthran is headed to the death row again and his execution is expected to take place on 27 April, less than 1 week from now according to his lawyer, M Ravi.

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Yesterday (20 April), the Facebook page Wake Up, Singapore posted a short clip of Nagaenthran’s mother pleading for his life. His mother, Panchalai Supermaniam, who currently resides in Singapore has urged the President of Singapore to save the life of her son.

“Please save Nagaenthran. I will only feel relieved if my son is saved,” Panchalai sobbed.

She also apologised that her son has made a mistake and asked everyone to help in saving Nagaenthran. You can watch the short clip below.

Nagaenthran's mother's plea to the people

🙏🙏🙏"Semua orang tolong"Nagaenthran's mother's plea to save her son's life:- "Please help my son, everyone. I'm sorry he has done wrong. Please help, everyone."Please urge President Halimah to grant clemency to Nagaenthran. Video from Reprieve

Posted by Wake Up, Singapore on Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Nagaenthran was supposed to be hanged on 10 November 2021 but was postponed on N9 November after the court was told he had tested positive for Covid-19. According to a report by Berita Harian, Nagaenthran’s lawyer said the 1 and only way to save the defendant is for the Malaysian government to take action and refer the case to the Internation Court of Justice (ICJ).

It is certainly heartbreaking for a mother to realise that her son is possibly living on borrowed time. But do you think Nagaenthran should pay for the mistake or do you think his death sentence should be pardoned?


Also read: Basikal Lajak: Parents of Deceased Teens Find Relief in Court’s Judgment & Glad Justice is Served

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