Nine inmates test positive as Covid-19 cluster found in Nagpur jail | Latest News India

With the increasing infection, several prison inmates underwent Covid-19 tests a couple of days ago. Nine of the samples collected confirmed corona positives

Nagpur Central Prison has witnessed a resurgence of Kovid-19 infection, with nine prison inmates tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours.

“All measures have been initiated in the Central Prison in the wake of the fourth wave of the virus. He said the inmates had mild symptoms and were quarantined inside the jail premises.

With the increasing infection, several prison inmates underwent Covid-19 tests a couple of days ago. Nine of the samples collected confirmed corona positives. Subsequently, prison officials began contacting the victims.

In another separate development, Bombay High Court’s Nagpur bench granted parole to Mumbai gangster Arun Gawli who was infected with Kovid-19 in 2021. Gangster-politician Gawli, who is serving a life sentence in Nagpur Central Prison in connection with the murder, has been granted parole for his wife’s illness. Gawli’s application for parole sanction was rejected by the divisional commissioner, who was a history sheeter and cited a hostile police report challenging the release of parole and the municipal corporation in Mumbai, which could cause law and order problems.

The writ petition filed by Arun Gawli was approved by the Divisional Bench of the Bombay High Court, comprising Justice SB Shukre and Justice GA Sanap. Mumbai burglars have been asked to report to Mumbai’s aggravated police station after receiving parole. “We have not received a High Court ruling so far.

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