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Case No. 243/10/1/2011
THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF PRISONS
GOVT. OF KARNATAKA, BANGALORE
Whereas the Complaint/Intimation dated 23/06/2011 recieved from DR. MOHANLAL PANDA, ADVISOR, PVCHR in respect of GENERAL PUBLIC was placed before the Commission on 30/06/2011.
And Whereas upon persuing the Complaint the Commission has passed the Following order:
"Issue notice to the concerned authority calling for a report within four weeks."
Now therefore take notice that you are required to submit the requested information / Report within from the date of reciept of this notice.
Take further notice that in default the Commission may proceed to take such action as it deems proper.
Given under my hand and seal of the Commission this the day of 7/15/2011.
ASSISTANT REGISTRAR (LAW)
Encl: Copy of the Complaint
The Inspector General (Grievance & Human Rights) BANGALORE, KARNATAKA
DR. MOHANLAL PANDA, ADVISOR, PVCHRB-202, NEELACHAL APARTMENT, PLOT.3, SECTOR.4, DWARKA,
Jail rules violated for VIP convicts, Bangalore
Thursday, June 23, 2011 8:43 PM
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Greetings from PVCHR.
Please refer to the link: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/story/bangalore-probe-ordered-into-outing-of-jailbirds/1/142479.html
The news report refers to the free movement of four convict inmates outside the Bangalore Central jail. This shows clear violation of jail manual.
Headlines Today had previously shown the pictures of these four VIP inmates, who enjoyed special privileges, including outings outside the bounds of the jail.
Sir, on behalf of PVCHR, I request you to look into the matter and take necessary action against the authorities who have facilitated the free movement of convicts and the special privileges made available to them.
Dr. Mohanlal Panda
B-202, Neelachal Appt, Plot-3, Sector-4
Dwarka, New Delhi-110075
Main Office: SA 4/2 A, Daulatpur, Varanasi-221002
Bangalore: Probe ordered into jail inmates' outing
Headlines Today Bureau | Bangalore, June 23, 2011 | Updated 14:01 IST
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The Karnataka jail authorities on Thursday ordered a probe into the free movement of four inmates outside the Bangalore Central Jail.
Hours after Headlines Today reported the matter, Karnataka ADGP (prisons) K. Srinivasan directed DIG (headquarters) K.V. Sharatchandra to investigate as to how the convicts were allowed to leave the jail premises and move around freely.
The officer has been asked to complete his enquiry and submit the report by Thursday evening. The report would also look into how the jail rules were violated and who were the officials involved.
Headlines Today had shown the pictures of these four VIP inmates, who enjoyed special privileges, including outings outside the bounds of the jail.