Wednesday, December 7, 2016

۔63واں دن.سرینگر اور قصبہ جات سخت ترین کرفیو کے نرغے میں

ایمبولنس ڈرائیور کی گرفتاری اور رہائی

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ترال، اونتی پورہ اور کپوارہ میں16افراد پر سیفٹی ایکٹ عائد

ضلع شوپیاں کے ہسپتالوں میں 63روز کے دوران 850زخمیوں کا اندراج http://dhunt.in/1ts0O?ss=com.google.android.apps.blogger via Dailyhunt

۔62واں دن. جلسوں، جلوسوں اور مظاہروں کا سلسلہ جاری

ڈورو شاہ آباد کے 3نوجوانوں پر سیفٹی ایکٹ عائد

علیحدگی پسندوں کو ملنے والی مبینہ سرکاری امداد بند کرنے سے متعلق درخواست پر14ستمبر کو سماعت http://dhunt.in/1tgFj?ss=com.google.android.apps.blogger via Dailyhunt

مویشی سمگلنگ کی تہمت

۔ 62روز کے دوران ضلع ہسپتال پلوامہ میں 328زخمیوں کا اندراج

بارہمولہ میں گرفتاریوں کیخلاف احتجاج

بانڈی پورہ میں مزید 4پر سیفٹی ایکٹ، تعداد10تک پہنچ گئی

راجوری میں حالات کشیدہ ، کرفیو بدستور نافذ ،3گرفتار

گاندربل میں 200سے زائد افراد گرفتار

۔2نوجوانوں اور امام پر سیفٹی ایکٹ عائد

کشتواڑ میں 18افراد کیخلاف کیس درج

حاجن میں7 نوجوانوں پر سیفٹی ایکٹ عائد

۔75واں دن ..

پیلٹ گن پر پابندی کی استدعا خارج

گاندربل میں مزید3پر سیفٹی ایکٹ لاگو

تحریک حریت کے4کارکن اشتہاری مجرم قرار

ترال ،پانپور اور اونتی پورہ میں مزید15پر سیفٹی ایکٹ

محروسین کی رہائی کیلئے قانونی چارہ جوئی میں سرعت لائیں

منڈی گام کرالہ گنڈ ہندوارہ میں فورسز پر قہر ڈھانے کاالزام

نطنوسہ میںدوسری جماعت کا طالب علم گرفتار

مولانا سجاد ہاشمی گرفتار

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۔97وان دن:پائین شہر میں کرفیو جاری،52گرفتار،15زخمی

سوپور میں گرفتاریاں،مزید 7حراست میں

ماں مطلوب، بیٹا گرفتار

چیر کو ٹ لولاب کا کریک ڈائون ،متعدد گرفتار

ڈسٹرکٹ جیل بارہمولہ میں پولیس اور قیدیوں میں تصادم

نابالغ قیدی کو سرینگرمنتقل کرنے کاعدالتی حکم

۔13سالہ نابالغ پرسیفٹی ایکٹ عائد

ہندنیپال سرحد ، کشمیری میاں بیوی سمیت 4 گرفتار

ژیر کو ٹ لولاب میں گرفتاریو ں کے خلاف

ٹیر گیس ،مرچی گیس اور پاوا شلوں کا دھواں بالآخر کام کرگیا

ادھمپور جیل میں 315افراد قید

منی گام سکول دھماکے کے الزام میں18نوجوان گرفتار

۔5200افراد پیلٹ سے زخمی ہوئے

لبریشن فرنٹ رہنما محمد یاسین بٹ رہا

تحریک حریت لیڈر میر حفیظ اللہ سیفٹی ایکٹ کے تحت جموں منتقل

پتھرائو کرنے والوں کی نشاندہی کرکے کیس درج کئے جائیں

۔5200افراد پیلٹ سے زخمی ہوئے

151واں دن

اہلکاروں کی ہلاکتوں میں80فیصد اضافہ

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Suspect held on IB

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

TeH expresses concern over new arrests

Srinagar, Dec 06 : Tehreek-e-Hurriyat (TeH) today expressed serious concern about unabated arrests and said that Mir Hafiz Ullah, District president Islamabad today was shifted to undisclosed destiny in Jammu. He was arrested a few days before and after slapping PSA against him, was shifted to Jammu. His family members while expressing their concern said that authorities are tight lipped about his where about and actual lodgment is not being disclosed.
In a statement issued to KHALSA EXPRESS, Tehreek-e Hurriyat condemned the detention of its Tehsil President (Kreeri) Mohammad Ramzan Bhat, Farooq Ahmad (Bangdara) and Zakir Ahmad, brother of Secretary District Shopian, Mohammad Amin Ahangar and said that PDP led administration feels no shame while targeting every household in state. They for the sake of pleasing their masters are hell-bent to arrest every youth.
Spokesman expressed its solidarity and sympathy with Perveena, who visit showered with pellets during Mehbooba’s visit to Kelam Kulgam and said that it is highly deplorable that where ever she visits, her forces are showering pellets over the eyes of peaceful protestors and said that dozens of innocents were arrested during night raids.
Spokesman condemned the police raid on residence of Gh Mohidin Dar in Nadihal Rafiabad. While expressing its anguish and dismay for random arrests of civilians and its activists, Tehreek-e-Hurriyat said that people are feeling insecure and police in their night raids are creating a sense of insecurity among innocent youth. Tehreek-e-Hurriyat said that Mohammad Ramzan Bhat was arrested after a police chase and his property was razed to ground.
Meanwhile police slapped third PSA against Mufti Ab Ahad. 

Pellets destroy career of class XIIth student

Probe ordered into south Kashmir killings: DGP

Intruder arrested after injury in firing

Kashmir Journalist booked for report naming "government forces"

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Jammu: Sikh activist shot at by unidentified bikers; critical

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Seven PAK residents staying illegally in Poonch, Rajouri

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Police arrest 33, slap PSA on six for 'burning' schools*

*Police arrest 33, slap PSA on six for burning schools*

_The Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested 33 persons, including five juveniles, for allegedly burning 34 schools in Kashmir in the past few months.“In total for 34 incidents, the police have arrested 33 persons, including 28 adults and five juveniles,” read an official report submitted by the police in the High Court on Friday.The police have submitted before District Magistrates dossiers on 14 arrested persons for slapping the Public Safety Act on them.

The police have executed the PSA against six persons to date,” it said.The police have categorised 65 places which house school buildings as highly sensitive and deployed 115 police personnel on guard duty to thwart miscreants from burning schools.

Depending upon the sensitivity of the location of schools, the police have gone in for permanent deployment at highly sensitive locations, permanent nakas near sensitive areas and patrolling in less sensitive areas to prevent arson.The police said it had constituted Special Investigation Teams to carry out arrests and dispose of cases

PSA of Younus of Nasrullah pora Budgam quashed, released, eorm welcomed.

It is good news for the villagers of Nasrullah pora especially for Mir Mohalla as thier son, brother cousin Younis Ahmad has been released from the koth bulwal jail today.

He was booked under Public safety act during the ongoing turmoil in August

Saturday, December 3, 2016

دوران ِ چھاپہ جاوید زر گر پر دل کا شدیددورہ

بارہمولہ میں مقیدمائسمہ کے نوجوان پر دوبارہ سیفٹی ایکٹ عائد

اوڑی میں نوجون کی پر اسرار موت ۔ قتل یا حادثہ؟

ژیر کو ٹ لولاب میں گرفتاریو ں کے خلاف

جیلوں میں محبوسین کی حالت دگر گوں

۔4برسوں میں ریاست گیر ملی ٹینسی کارروائیاں

انجینئر رشید کا چناب ویلی میں داخلہ ممنوع

ادھمپور جیل میں 315افراد قید

جسمانی طور معذور افراد کا عالمی دن، آج کا دن حالیہ متاثرین کیلئے دلدوز تجربہ http://dhunt.in/1ImnI?ss=com.google.android.apps.blogger via Dailyhunt

HC directs lodging Bandipora minor in Juvenile Home

Hundreds of pellet victims still receiving treatment

Finally after 76 days, Khurram released from Jail

Rawalpora inhabitants accuse forces of 'vandalism' during night raid

Rawalpora observes shutdown against 'excesses'

A minor cannot be booked under PSA: HC

TeH condemns arrest spree

Kashmir police stations worse than Iraq's Abu Gharib: Malik

Police books trainee reporter for 'incorrect story'

TeH leaders concerned over detainees' plight

CM should release thousands arrested during unrest: Omar

'Custodial' Killing Of Pulwama Lecturer

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Hardcore criminals arrested | Jammu

Families of 3 al-Qaeda suspects arrested by NIA claim they are innocent

TeH condemns arrest spree

TeH condemns arrest spree

Published at November 29, 2016 01:39:59 0Comment(s) 28 views


Srinagar:
Tehreek-e-Hurriyat (TeH) Jammu Kashmir Monday while condemning “arrest spree” by State administration said, “These arbitrary arrests, intimidation and night raids won't deter us from pursuing right to self-determination.”
While commenting over the detention of its Tehsil president for Pahalgam Imtiyaz Ahmad Sofi, and other activists including Fayaz Ahmad Mir and Raja Malik (Warpora), TeH spokesman in his statement said that it is highly condemnable that its tehsil president for Pahalgam was declared as proclaimed offender by police.
Tehreek-e-Huriyat said that all its office bearers and activists believe in peaceful struggle and there is no justification for declaring them as offenders.
Commenting over the arrest of Imtiyaz Ahmad, Mashooq Ahmad Bhat (Rafiabad) Nazir Ahmad War, Mohammad Ashraf War and Mohd Salem, and slapping PSA on these and lodging them in jails outside the State as unjustified, spokesman called this “a vengeance”.
Spokesman said, “Forces and their stooges are creating a sense of insecurity and harassment among general masses.”

JKLF condemns slapping of PSA on Maisuma youth

JKLF condemns slapping of PSA on Maisuma youth

“Recently PSA slapped on him had expired but instead of releasing him, the so-called rulers and their authorities slapped another PSA on him,” a spokesman of the JKLF, in a statement today, said.
GKNN Srinagar | Posted : Nov 29 2016 12:57AM | Updated: Nov 28 2016 11:38PM
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JKLF condemns slapping of PSA on Maisuma youth
Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has condemned the slapping of another Public Safety Act (PSA) on Maisuma youth Faisal Aslam, who is languishing in Baramulla jail from a long time.
“Recently PSA slapped on him had expired but instead of releasing him, the so-called rulers and their authorities slapped another PSA on him,” a spokesman of the JKLF, in a statement today, said.
Condemning the use of black law PSA to prolong the incarceration of political prisoners, the spokesman, “Repeating PSA to cage down youth has exposed the ugly face Indian democracy in Jammu Kashmir.” 

Burning of Schools: 7 Kulgam youth booked under PSA

KASHMIR

"Burning" of Schools: 7 Kulgam youth booked under PSA

Senior Superintendent of Police Kulgam, Shridhar Patil, confirmed to Greater Kashmir that seven of the arrested youths have been slapped with the PSA - a law that allows detention of a person up to two years without any trial.
MUDDASIR ALI Srinagar | Posted : Nov 29 2016 12:57AM | Updated: Nov 28 2016 11:07PM
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The state government has slapped Public Safety Act against seven youth from Kulgam district who were arrested for their alleged involvement in burning of schools in the south Kashmir district recently.
The development comes weeks after police arrested several youth from different districts on the charges of setting ablaze educational institutions.
Senior Superintendent of Police Kulgam, Shridhar Patil, confirmed to Greater Kashmir that seven of the arrested youths have been slapped with the PSA - a law that allows detention of a person up to two years without any trial.
“All of them are from Kulgam and they have been shifted to a Jammu jail,” the SSP said.
At least 37 educational institutions including government and some private schools were set ablaze by arsonists in Kashmir during the past three months. The trend had started in September in Kulgam district and spread to other districts as well. In almost all cases, the schools were targeted during night.
There was a gradual increase in the number of burning down of the schools last month following which Jammu and Kashmir High Court took suo motto cognizance and asked the state government to take steps to prevent such incidents and unmask the culprits. The school education department later ordered teachers to guard the schools in their jurisdictions during the night hours, a move which led to severe criticism against the government for reducing teacher to chowkidars.
The incidents had put the government under pressure for its failure to nab the culprits even as an ugly war of words broke out between separatists and government authorities over the tragic issue.
Following the court direction the police swung into action and detained more than two dozen youth from different districts for their alleged involvement in burning down of the schools.

Khansahib Arrest Abid Butt ,a Student

29 Nov Arrestees

BJP leader booked on rape charge in Kishtwar -

BJP leader booked on rape charge in Kishtwar Police start investigation, launch manhunt to arrest the accused 11/29/2016 12:00:52 AM Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Nov 28: Kishtwar Police on Monday booked an influential ruling Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) leader in Palmar area of Kishtwar district on the charges of rape and blackmailing a woman hailing from the same area. As per the details available with "Early Times" Kishtwar Police received a complainant from the complainant (name withheld) who is the mother of four children, including three daughters, alleging that a BJP leader had committed rape on her and clicked her objectionable photographs with an aim to blackmail her. He had even forced her not to raise her voice. The sources informed the "Early Times" the accused being a local was known to the 34 year old victim. He lured the victim and committed rape on her, sources alleged. They said the victim did not reveal the incident to her family members fearing threat to her life and the security of the three minor daughters from the influential leader. He added that when the accused tried to blackmail her, she mustered courage to reveal her agony to one of her family members, who approached the police to get a FIR registered against the accused on rape charges. One of the close relative of the victim told the "Early Times" that accused used all its resources by using both pressure tactics as well as the political approach to silence the victim and her family, but failed in his ill designs. The sources said the victim's family approached the Kishtwar police on Saturday formally and submitted a written complaint before the Station House Officer Police Station Kishtwar who registered a FIR NO. 206/2016 U/S 376 RPC and started investigations and launched a manhunt to arrest the accused who is the father of three children, including two sons and a daughter. When contacted a senior police officer said that FIR has been registered against the BJP leader, but refused to divulge the details related to the case. He said that police parties have been dispatched to arrest the accused and added that they are hopeful that accused would be arrested soon. Asked whether Police would invoke the IT Act, the senior police officer said the accused had not circulated the photos of the victim to 3rd party and added that only after the arrest of the accused they would be able to know whether IT Act could be invoked or not and assured justice would be done with the victim lady without succumbing to any political pressure. BJP leader booked on rape charge in Kishtwar - Early Times Newspaper Jammu Kashmir

Monday, November 28, 2016

NIA set to prosecute JeM chief Masood Azhar

NIA set to prosecute JeM chief Masood Azhar

NEWS AGENCIES| First published: 28 November 2016, 18:03 IST
Following the attack on the Indian Air Force Base in Pathankot killing seven Indian military personnel, India called on the United Nations for immediate action to list Azhar under the al-Qaida Sanctions Committee.
According to reports, 14 out of 15 countries were willing to designate Azhar but China alone decided to go against all the others in the bid.
The US, UK, and France had strongly supported the move and the other nations had also expressed their consent to proceed with the action on Azhar.
NIA set to prosecute JeM chief Masood Azhar
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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Most pellet hit victims under age of 20
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Srinagar, Nov 25: At least 500 of pellet victims in Kashmir are aged under-20 and a vast majority of them are students who are still recuperating, according to records.
Data accessed reveals the number of students who have become victims of pellets hit by forces in Kashmir, and are struggling to get “some vision” back in their affected eyes.
Of 1065 pellet victims admitted at general specialty SMHS hospital, and SKIMS Medical College Hospital here with injuries to globe of eye, 523 are below 20 years in age.
The figures further reveal that 101 victims are under 15 years in age, with youngest pellet-hit person a girl child aged 4.
This recorded data about the age group of pellet victims, according to doctors, is an “evidence of a depressing scenario.”
“Most of these people, aged under 20, are students. Their eye(s) have been badly damaged due to pellet injuries,” doctors at SMHS hospital said.
Over the past three months, the “bad” prognosis of pellet injuries to eyes has been underlined by surgeons, both local as well as those volunteering from outside J&K to conduct surgeries on the victims.
Medicos said that they are not sure which pellet hit eye would regain vision.
The age data pertains to pellet injuries over a period of 100 days starting July 9, 2016—the day protests broke out in Kashmir following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani a day earlier.
Furthermore, 370 victims with pellet injuries in their eye(s) are between the age group of 21-25 years and “many of these are also students of some degree or vocational course,” doctors said.
Doctors said it takes over a year to recover from an eye injury. “They have to undergo a round of surgeries, each consuming about a month for recovering,” an Ophthalmologist at SMHS Hospital said. “Moreover,” he said, “patients need to take steps to prevent an eye infection and cannot resume regular activity soon.”
Doctors believe that an eye trauma is a “life-changing injury” where most victims, apart from the physical trauma, also undergo psychological trauma due to impairment in a sensory organ, as well as the cosmetic effects.
Among the injured, at least 50 people have been shot in both eyes causing grave, disabling trauma, the doctors said.
Doctors fear that most of those hit by pellets in eye(s) will ‘never go back to school’. (KNS)
Tehreek-e-Hurriyat-e-Kashmir has condemned the arrest and subsequent booking of its three members under PSA. It has also strongly reacted to the torture of detained youth in the SOG camp in Kreeri, a statement issued here said.
The separatist party identified the three detained activists as Danish Malik, Farooq Ahmad Sheikh and Tahir Ahmad. Malik is heading its Bandipore unit
“There is no reason for Malik’s arrest and booking under Public Safet Act,” the spokesman said. “He has nothing against him excepting that he wants the solution of Kashmir for the sustainable peace of the region.”
  Tehreek hurriyat tehsil sadder pahalgam Riyaz Ah Mir arrested. Police said that it is a big success for them. Riyaz Ah was wanted in leading and organising pro freedom rallies in district Islamabad during current unrest in kmr.

HC Stays Compulsory Voting Rule in Gujarat Civic Polls

15 bovines rescued, 2 nabbed

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Jammu Jail goes gaga with a cultural event


Jammu Jail goes gaga with a cultural event


Inmates in Jammu jail
Inmates in Jammu jail
KL News Network

In Bnagdar Kreeri Father Son arrested


Tahir Dar Kupwara Booked under PSA


During unrest, 7392 persons arrested in Kashmir: MHA

Hurriyat activist arrested in Bandipora

Two hardcore criminals arrested by Jammu Police

Lodge minor at Juvenile Home Srinagar: HC to Govt

OPDR releases Kashmir report

Dr Hubbi released, re-arrested

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Sarpanj of Zaingeer Arrested


Bandipora Employ arrested


GoI rejects asylum plea of 3 Uyghur Muslims

GoI rejects asylum plea of 3 Uyghur Muslims



The Government of India has decided to repatriate three Muslim Uyghurs who are lodged in a J&K jail even as they had approached the Ministry of Home Affairs for asylum in India. The State Government has also sought dismissal of a petition filed by the trio in the High Court for their refuge.
Hailing from China's Xinjiang province, Abdul Khaliq, Abdul Salam and Adil were arrested by Army on June 12, 2013, near Sultan Chusku in Ladakh region. Later they were sentenced to one-and- a-half year imprisonment by Chief Judicial Magistrate Nobra. After completing the sentence, they are presently being held in district jail Leh under the Public Safety Act.

Monday, November 21, 2016

280 Hurriyat leaders arrested since July 8

280 Hurriyat leaders arrested since July 8



In last 136 days, police have arrested 280 Hurriyat leaders in Kashmir. This was informed by Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, replying to questions of parliamentarians during ongoing session of Rajya Sabha.

During unrest, 7392 persons arrested in Kashmir: MHA



During unrest, 7392 persons arrested in Kashmir: MHA

The Ministry also revealed that 2548 persons were bound down/ detained during this period when Kashmir witnessed continuous lockdown and protests.
UMER MAQBOOL Srinagar | Posted : Nov 21 2016 12:59AM | Updated: Nov 20 2016 10:53PM
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During unrest, 7392 persons arrested in Kashmir: MHA
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The celtral government has revealed that 7392 persons were apprehended in Kashmir during the past four months in a “bid to normalize situation” in the region.
In a written reply, the Union Home Ministry has disclosed that 7392 persons were arrested and bound down in Kashmir during the 4-month long unrest that was triggered by the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani by forces in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on July 8.  
Following the pan-Kashmir protests over the killing, the State Government went all out to subdue the protests by detaining protesters under different sections of Ranbir Penal Code (RPC) pertaining to “rioting” and even attempt to murder and also under controversial Public Safety Act.
According to the MHA, 4372 “accused” were arrested in 2513 FIRs lodged by the State police, the reply states.
The Ministry also revealed that 2548 persons were bound down/ detained during this period when Kashmir witnessed continuous lockdown and protests.  
It also said  that 472 persons were detained under the Public Safety Act, the Ministry states

Friday, November 18, 2016

Hafizulla Mir ,A dramatic Arrest .


78182 criminal cases pending in J

NEWS DETAILS 78182 criminal cases pending in J&K courts Under trial cases swell to 97155, experts apprehend 'judicial crisis' 11/17/2016 10:28:56 PM Peerzada Ummer Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 17: At a time when 'justice to all' is the slogan of the dispensation in Jammu and Kashmir, records reveal there were 78182 criminal cases were pending with different courts of the state. Records reveal that the total number of under trail cases in different courts in Jammu and Kashmir was 97155. Documents in possession of Early Times reveal that 4478 cases were withdrawn, but still 78182 cases were pending disposal. According to a report earlier published by the high court, there were as many as two lakh cases pending in J&K high court and subordinate courts in the state. As per the data about pending cases till June this year, there were 58552 cases pending in the state's highest court. Of them 53534 were civil while 5018 were of criminal nature. It revealed that 1202 cases-1076 (civil) and 126 (criminal) were instituted in June. 695 civil and 50 criminal cases were disposed during the month. Of the overall cases, 22679(civil) and 859 (criminal) were pending for more than five years. Report further revealed that there were 141910 cases-(48080 civil) and 93830 (criminal)-pending in the subordinate courts. Of them, 3512 (civil) and 4911 (criminal) cases are pending for more than half a decade. Regarding the month of June, it stated that 2253 civil and 14770 criminal cases were instituted and of the 17023 cases in total, 12492 cases disposed. Of them, 1966 were civil while 10526 were criminal cases.

JK Police lock-ups among most vulnerable in India



JK Police lock-ups among most vulnerable in India


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Srinagar, Nov 17: Jammu and Kashmir is among the states in India with most number of detainees escaping from lockups since the jails in the state are largely overcrowded forcing the police to keep many detainees in police stations.
There are 14 jails functional in the state out of which 2 are central jails, 10 are district jails and 2 are sub jails whose intake capacity is around 3000 but most of them remain overcrowded with prisoners. To overcome the lack of space in prisons, the police have been putting up arrestees in station lock-ups for days together.
As a result, the lockups become vulnerable with data collated by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) revealing that out of 184 people who escaped from lock-ups in India during 2015, 19 got away from J&K alone.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Home Deptt approaches SC, seeks amendments - Early Times Newspaper Jammu Kashmir

Home Deptt approaches SC, seeks amendments JK Police Bill-2013 11/14/2016 12:01:28 AM Syed Junaid Hashmi Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 13: Believe it or not but Jammu and Kashmir government is befooling commoners since it is yet to drop the Jammu and Kashmir Police Bill-2013 from the website of Ministry of Home despite having approached Supreme Court (SC) seeking suspension of several important directions with regard to reforms in the police department. Since Jammu and Kashmir Police Bill-2013 was first step towards large scale reforms in the police department, it makes no sense to keep the bill on the website of the Home Ministry when the state government has filed an application and sought suspension of directives of Supreme Court (SC).

Rashid accuses Baramulla Jail authority of planning repetition of Bhopal 'fake' encounter

On the plate: What jail inmates really get to eat

On the plate: What jail inmates really get to eat

The state spends just over Rs 50 per prisoner per day on average, data show. There’s no biryani, and any non-veg is hard to come by.

Written by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Updated: November 14, 2016 12:32 am
Government data from 2015 show that the Indian state spent Rs 52.42 on average to provide three daily meals as prescribed in the diet scale of prison manuals to each of the 4 lakh-plus prisoners in the country.
A day after eight activists of the banned Students’ Islamic Movement of India broke out of Bhopal jail, only to be killed within hours by police, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan justified the killing, asking: “How long can you keep them (terror suspects) under trial? Some people even get chicken biryani in jail.”
‘Feeding biryani’ to individuals in custody has been used on several occasions as a metaphor for treating them with undue softness or leniency. Ujjwal Nikam, the public prosecutor in the 26/11 trial, disclosed last year that LeT terrorist Ajmal Kasab had “never demanded” and “never (been) served” biryani in jail, and that he had “concocted” the story to counter an “emotional atmosphere” that appeared to be building up in Kasab’s favour.
Government data from 2015 show that the Indian state spent Rs 52.42 on average to provide three daily meals as prescribed in the diet scale of prison manuals to each of the 4 lakh-plus prisoners in the country.
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With the exception of the Northeastern and Southern states, West Bengal and Jammu & Kashmir, non-vegetarian food is not provided free to prisoners.