New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court today ruled that inmates who have been out of jail for the last several months on interim bail or parole in the Corona epidemic will have to go back to jail soon.
With Tihar jail authorities agreeing to introduce a common room as well as for provision for a television by end-September 2020, the Delhi High court today disposed of a petition seeking facilities for high security ward prisoners, saying there was no further need for monitoring of the situation.
Delhi High Court today has directed the Tihar Jail authorities to give medical treatment for oral cancer to the brother of expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Senger, who was sentenced for 10 years for his role in the custodial killing of the Unnao rape victim’s father.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday has reserved its order in a plea filed by Devangana Kalita a Pinjra Tod Activist against Delhi Police alleging that the Police had selectively leaked curtained shreds of evidence against her in media in the Anti-CAA Protest case.
The Superintendent of Tihar Jail in a status report filed before the Delhi High Court has stated that the authorities have agreed to allow Pinjra Tod Activist Natasha Narwal for Video Conference meeting facility with her counsel and family members and also the books of her choice.
The Supreme Court on Friday has issued notice to the Jammu and Kashmir administration in the plea filed by J&K Bar Association President Mian Abdul Qayoom against the J&K High Court order which had upheld his order of detention under the J&K Public Safety Act.
A single judge bench of Justice Jyoti Singh was hearing the petition filed by Nitin Verma who claimed that despite the revision in the standard rates of wages of prisoners in June 2019 by the Government, they are getting paid in the scale of 2014.