Manish Sisodia Allowed To Take Gita, Medicines In Jail
Remanded till March 20 with the CBI, former Deputy CM of Delhi and AAP leader Manish Sisodia has asked for a meditation cell in jail. Furthermore, Manish Sisodia, the prime accused in the Delhi Liquor scam has also asked for a 'Gita' to be allowed in the cell, where he will be shifting until March 20. Furthermore, the court also allowed the AAP leader to carry medicines and other necessities.
Tags: Manish Sisodia, Jail, Delhi Court, Gita, AAP Leader, cbi custody
Anil Deshmukh Remanded In Jail Shifted To ICU Amid Health Issues
Former Maharashtra Minister Anil Deshmukh has been shifted to ICU, amid high blood pressure and chest pain issues. Currently, Deshmukh has been lodged in jail for money laundering allegations and financial irregularities during his reign. On May 27, the ex-minister complained of health issues and was taken to BMC-run KEM Hospital. Furthermore, the Enforcement Directorate arrested the NCP leader in the case in November 2021 and is… read-more
Tags: Anil Deshmukh, NCP, Maharashtra(95), Blood Pressure, Jail, MONEY LAUNDERING
Courtesy: Press Trust of India
Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani Convicted Of Unlawful Assembly Over 2017 Rally
Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani has been convicted of unlawful assembly over a 2017 rally. A magisterial court in Gujarat has convicted ten people, including MLA Jignesh Mevani, for carrying out a rally in Mehsana back in 2017. The Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, J A Parmar, noted, “it is not an offence to hold (a) rally but it is an offence to hold (a) rally without permission."
Tags: Crime, Jail, Jignesh Mevani, Illegal, MLA
Courtesy: Financial Express
Undertrial Prisoner Died In Moradabad Jail, Investigation Launched
In Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad district, an undertrial prisoner identified as Horilal Valmiki (30) died while in police custody. As per PTI, he was arrested in a case of sexual harassment of women case and died of illness on April 29, confirmed, Sambhal SP Chakresh Mishra. Furthermore, a postmortem report was conducted, but it didn't clear the cause of death. After the incident, the judicial officer launched an investigation.
Tags: Uttar Pradesh, undertrial, Prisoner, Judicial Investigation, Jail
Courtesy: Press Trust of India
Women Inmates Of Indore Central Jail Make Organic Holi Colours
Women inmates of Indore Central jail made organic Holi colours out of fruits, vegetables and flowers. The inmates adapted the new skill from the NGOs who visited them, said Alka Sonar, jail superintendent. Reportedly, the raw materials provided to them were grown inside the premises. Sonar further stated that the skills these inmates have acquired will be used to make a livelihood once they are out.
Tags: indore, Jail, central jail, holi, Prime Minister
Accused Gets Released Due To Lack Of Evidence After Spending 19 Yrs In Jail: Odisha
Habil Sindhu, an accused of triple murder case through black magic in 2003, was released by Mayurbhanj District Court, after serving 19 years of imprisonment. Sindhu was awarded life imprisonment in 2005 by the District and Sessions Judge, reported ETV Bharat. However, the case was reopened following the order of Orissa High Court. The court released Sindhu saying there isn't enough evidence against him.
Tags: Convict, Mayurbhanj, District Judge Court, Orissa High Court, Jail
Courtesy: ETV Bharat
American Journalist Danny Fenster Released From Prison In Myanmar
Danny Fenster was condemned to 11 years in jail for inciting racial hatred and violating immigration and assembly regulations. The managing editor of the independent digital journal Frontier Myanmar has been held from May. After negotiations between former US ambassador Bill Richardson and the reigning military junta, he was released on November 15. Fenster stated, he was in good health and had not been abused or hungry throughout his… read-more
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US Demands China To Release Citizen Journalist Zhang Zhan From Jail
The United States demanded an ''unconditional release'' of citizen journalist Zhang Zhan from Chinese jail as her health condition is getting worse day by day that can lead her to death. Zhan was awarded four years of jail for reporting the COVID-19 outbreak in February 2020 from Wuhan. She started an intermittent hunger strike in protest of her jail in may last year, reported BBC.
Tags: Citizen Journalist, US, China, Hunger Strike, Jail
Courtesy: BBC News
US Woman Jailed For Approaching A Bear In Yellowstone National Park
Samantha Dehring, a US woman who came very close to a grizzly bear and her three cubs to take her picture in Yellowstone Nationa Park in May, has been awarded four days jail and fined $1,000. Dehring also unheeded park rangers' instructions. ''Approaching a sow grizzly with cubs is absolutely foolish,'' said Acting United States Attorney Bob Murray. The rules say one should maintain at least 100 meters distance.
Tags: USA, Woman, Jail, bear, Yellowstone Park
Trudeau Slams China For Sentencing Canadian Citizen For Spying
Following China's decision to sentence a Canadian citizen for 11 years on the charges of spying, PM Justin Trudeau criticized China calls it ''unacceptable and unjust'' on August 11. Trudeau said the trial ''didn't satisfy even the minimum standards required by international law". The ongoing turf between both the countries is recognized as ''hostage politics'' as Canada arrested a Chinese national in 2018 on America's request.
Tags: Canada, PM Justin Trudeau, Jail, spying, China
Courtesy: Hindustan Times