Madhya Pradesh govt to grant 30-day jail term waiver to select prisoners
"The ideal situation will be the society becoming free of crime and number of jails reduced. Nobody is a habitual criminal. Crime takes place because of adverse conditions and behavioural disorder," he said
The Madhya Pradesh government has decided to grant a 30-day jail term waiver to those prisoners who fulfil the criteria to be prescribed soon, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced. Madhya Pradesh is going to the assembly polls later this year along with Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Mizoram. Chouhan also announced to provide bindis, bangles, sindur and hair bands to women prisoners.
"The government will pardon 30 days of total jail period of eligible prisoners lodged in various jails in the state," the chief minister said Monday (September 3) night, after visiting the Bhopal Central Jail. Chouhan dedicated newly-constructed open jails in Indore and Sagar through video conferencing at the Janmashtami programme organised in the Bhopal Central Jail. Speaking on the occasion, Chouhan said he had approved the jail department's proposal to provide bindis, bangles, sindur and hair bands to women prisoners and brush and shaving kit for men prisoners.
"The ideal situation will be the society becoming free of crime and number of jails reduced. Nobody is a habitual criminal. Crime takes place because of adverse conditions and behavioural disorder," he said.
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