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They were then jailed on charges of smuggling weapons for terrorists, but have been freed today after being acquitted by Madras High Court judges.The group was collected from the prison by British embassy officials and was later seen being driven away.'Officials from the UK embassy came and took them after completing their paperwork,' Murugesan, deputy inspector general of prisons in the southeastern city of Chennai, said.he hit me when I he was 16 and then I had pregnancy due to him.Believe it or not but now we live as husband and wife. As my husband was a government employee, he often had to go on outstation tours.Nick won't fully realise it's over until his feet touch down in Newcastle.'Yvonne Mac Hugh , fiancee of Billy Irving, said she was 'over the moon' after hearing the news.'I am just so relieved. I really didn't think it was going to go our way after everything,' she added.A high court on Monday overturned five-year jail terms passed on the six Britons, as well as three Ukrainians, 14 Estonians and 12 Indians.
I am normal Indian housewife and I belong to the middle class background. Though I am quite educated but I had to stay home to take care of my children.The crew were charged with not having proper paperwork to carry weapons in Indian waters, but India has faced intense diplomatic pressure over the case ever since the sentences were passed in January 2016.Their families say the Chennai Six have been held in 'horrendous' conditions, sleeping on concrete floors, in sweltering heat with inadequate water, prison meals of 'curried slop and rice' and poor sanitation, with toilets being a hole in the floor.They were all allowed to make phone calls home and are now dealing with the logistics of where they will be staying.Yvonne Mc Hugh, partner of Billy Irving from Argyll and Bute, celebrated the release.
The six - Nick Dunn, 31, from Northumberland, Billy Irving, 37, from Argyll and Bute, John Armstrong, 30, of Cumbria, Nicholas Simpson, 47, of North Yorkshire, Ray Tindall, 42, of Chester, and Paul Towers, 54, of East Yorkshire - will now be back in Britain for Christmas.