"If you can't walk, you can be carried to jail": Supreme Court refuses to extend time for convict to surrender

"You are saying that you are unable to walk and that is why you want extension. How can this be the reason? In jail, you have to sit and not walk," the Court remarked.
Prisons and Supreme Court
Prisons and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court was on Monday unimpressed by a convict's plea to extend the time given to him to surrender before a trial court for imprisonment on the ground that he was not in a position to walk [Mohammad Umeedullah Khan v. State of Telangana].

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