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Maharashtra: Legal jailbreak: 135 convicts on leave from city prison go missing

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Reply to a query under Right to Information (RTI) Act shows that 82 convicts did not return after being furloughed for various reasons. Another 53 convicts who were paroled chose to stay away well after completion of parole period. The jail administration released 1770 convicts on furlough between 2010 and 2015. Another 1039 convicts were released on parole in the same five years' period.

 

Read at: Legal jailbreak: 135 convicts on leave from city prison go missing - The Times of India

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Prasad GLN

Have they been appointed as PIOs by chance ?

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