Press Reporter News Service
Jalandhar, Could 2
Seven inmates have been booked after a number of ladies of Indian and African origin have been injured in a conflict over use of cell phones contained in the Kapurthala Central Jail as we speak. These booked embody two from Punjab, three from Tanzania, one from Zimbabwe and one other from Jamaica.
5 inmates, together with two from Punjab, two from Tanzania and one other from Zimbabwe, suffered accidents within the fracas. The uniform of a jail matron was ripped off within the melee. Two cell phones have been seized from the inmates.
These booked embody Navdeep Kaur, alias Deep, from Talwandi Bhai, Ferozepur; Simran from Moga; Tanzanian nationals Rehma, Sainchi and Flora; Jamaican native Dorian Adson Najuda and Zimbabwe nationwide Alisa Mosas. All are serving time for prices beneath the NDPS Act. A case has been registered beneath Sections 332, 353, 186, 323, 52 A and 54 of the IPC on the Kapurthala Kotwali police station.
As per data, throughout a shock verify, a cell phone together with a battery was recovered from Navdeep Kaur, whereas one other with no SIM card was seized from Simran. An argument broke out amongst barrack inmates, blaming each other for cellphone use, resulting in a full-blown conflict.
A jail matron making an attempt to pacify the inmates was additionally pushed and her uniform was torn. 5 inmates have been admitted to the Kapurthala Civil Hospital with minor accidents. Jail Superintendent Baljit Singh Ghumman stated: “Girls inmates of each Indian and African origin, housed within the woman barracks, have been concerned within the conflict. Final week, an analogous struggle occurred over cell phones. Inmates additionally tore a jail matron’s uniform. A case has been lodged in opposition to the ladies and all have them have been housed in several barracks. We’re investigating how they received cell phones.”