COVID did not succeed in affecting prisoners, accused more secure in jail: Mumbai Court rejects interim bail to two accused of murder, dacoity

As compared to the general population which is usually exposed in the social atmosphere outside, prisoners in jail are in a comparatively secure situation, the Court said.
COVID did not succeed in affecting prisoners, accused more secure in jail: Mumbai Court rejects interim bail to two accused of murder, dacoity
Prisons, COVID-19

Interim bail pleas moved in view of the prevailing second wave of COVID-19 and the Mucormycosis pandemic by two men accused in a double murder and dacoity case were recently rejected by a Mumbai Court, wich also observed that the situation in jail appears to be more secure than outside it. (Pradeep Rajbhar & Anr. v. State of Maharashtra)

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