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Updated At: May 20, 2022 07:27 AM (IST)
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Chandigarh, May 19
To convert state prisons into “Sudhar Ghar” in real sense, Jails Minister Harjot Singh Bains today directed the department officials to explore the modalities for introducing latest technology to end the use of cellphones inside the premises.
At a meeting, Bains issued directions for ramping up manpower in jails and asked Special Chief Secretary (Jails) Vijay Kumar Janjua to deploy extra cops to tighten the noose around inmates involved in illegal activities.
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