Nagpur Jail Superintendent sentenced to 7-days in jail by Bombay High Court for selectively denying parole to prisoners

The Court found that the Jail Superintendent had selectively denied prisoners emergency parole during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nagpur Jail Superintendent sentenced to 7-days in jail by Bombay High Court for selectively denying parole to prisoners
Cop in jail

The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court recently sentenced Nagpur Central Prison's Superintendent, Anupkumar Kumre, to seven days in jail for contempt of court after finding that he had selectively denied prisoners emergency parole during the COVID-19 pandemic [Hanuman Anandrao Pendam vs State of Maharashtra & Ors.]

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