“A prisoner’s basic constitutional rights persist, even behind bars. Therefore, any measures restricting an individual’s freedom must not infringe upon their inherent dignity and rights.”
As there was no monitoring or remedial mechanism available to address the legitimate grievances and prayers for being compensated for work related injuries sustained by a convict-inmate while serving sentence, the Delhi High Court laid down certain guidelines that would be applicable only in the case of amputation, or any other life-threatening injury, arising out of work-related injury, sustained by the convict.
The Delhi High Court directed the proprietor of a small shop to pay Rs. 5 lakhs, failing which he would suffer incarceration in civil prison for a week as he violated the order of interim injunction passed earlier by the Court and continued to sell counterfeited products of louis Vuitton.
Supreme Court: In a highly controversial extortion case of about Rs. 200 crores in Delhi’s Tihar jail, the 3-judge Bench of Uday
National Human Rights Commission, India Commission has taken suo motu cognizance of a media report alleging increasing incidents of violence among inmates
Delhi High Court: While addressing a matter of custodial violence in Tihar Jail, Mukta Gupta, J., stated that: Walls of prison, howsoever
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Delhi High Court: Anu Malhotra, J., while deciding a petition with regard to the investigation of Sanjeev Chawla alleged for acting as
As reported by ANI, Delhi High Court has set 06-02-2020 as the date on which Manu Sharma’s plea will be heard with