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Delhi HC questions practice of 25 per cent deduction from prisoners' wages for victim compensation fund
The court asked the Delhi government to file an affidavit on the powers available to it for taking such a decision and listed the matter for further hearing on December 3.
A meeting of the board held yesterday also deferred several other release applications, including that of Tandoor murder case convict Sushil Sharma, officials said.
The EDMC has asked the prisons department of the government to pay Rs 6,03,44,062 for shifting prisoners from Tihar to Mandoli without getting completion certificate from it.
The foreign women have claimed that their Indian counterparts, arrested in similar crimes, are granted bail, but they are not.
One of the counsel lawyers said that dreaded criminals were lodged in Tihar jail and if such a direction of lodging a case was passed, prisoners would use it as a tool against the authorities.
Sabrina Lall had written a letter to the prison that her family wants to lead a normal life and has no objection if Manu Sharma, sentenced to undergo life imprisonment for murder, is released.
The court dismissed his appeal for an urgent hearing on his bail plea as also his threat perception.
In a boost to menstrual hygiene among women and adolescent girls, Tihar Jail will manufacture affordable quality sanitary pads under its TJ’s brand.
According to the jail authorities, inmates will also be benefited through profits gained through the sale of 'Wah-O'.
An undertrial prisoner committed suicide by hanging himself in cell No. 5 of Tihar Jail here on Saturday.
Family members of the Tihar inmates, who hail from the Valley, claimed they were assaulted by personnel of the Tamil Nadu special force on November 21 in the prison.
All the 18 prisoners, including Syed Shahid Yusuf, were injured when the personnel of the Tamil Nadu special force intervened after one of their physically handicapped officers was assaulted.
J-K CM Mehbooba Mufti concerned over manhandling of Kashmiri prisoners in Tihar, speaks to Union Home Secretary
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday expressed serious concern over the alleged harassment and physical torture of Kashmiri prisoners at the Tihar Central Jail.
In his plea moved through advocate M S Khan, Bhatkal had alleged physical harassment in the prison, while urging the court to direct a probe by the CBI and the Anti Corruption Branch in this regard.
One of the accused, Ram Singh, had allegedly committed suicide in Tihar Jail, while a convicted juvenile was sentenced to three years of punishment in a reform home.