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No Vacancy board in Chanchalaguda jail Print E-mail
Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:29
The Congress regime has achieved only one thing. Record filling of the Chanchalaguda jail so much so that the Prison is overflowing and put up a no vacancy board.

The Central Prison, Chanchalguda, has virtually put up a 'no vacancy' sign and urged the ACB court not to send any more accused under trials in the liquor scam to it.

With no more room for prisoners, the jail authorities took up the matter seriously a couple of days ago when the ACB court sent six circle inspectors and two officers of additional SP rank to the Chanchalguda prison for their alleged involvement in liquor scam.

According to sources, while the capacity of the prison is 600, it now has 675 inmates, most of whom are undertrials.

With the CBI court c and the ACB court sending its accused to the city prison space problems have cropped up. Recently ACB sent six circle inspectors and two OSDs to the Chanchalguda prison two days ago. triggering the prison into action.

A senior official of the prisons department says that apart from the jurisdictional issue, the prison authorities also raised security concerns for sheltering the eight CIs and two OSDs.

The officers now in the Chanchalguda jail include circle inspectors D.Gunasekhar Babu (Emmiganur), Sridhar Rao (Adilabad, rural), Vijaysarathi, (Kazipet), Ranadhir (Hanamkonda), Venkateshwar Rao (Warangal), Veereshwar Rao, DSP, Hanamkonda, Ram Prasad, OSD, (Addl SP rank) Kothagudem and Uma Maheshwar Rao, OSD, Adilabad.

The prison authorities have already been struggling to cope with security and other issues concerning the nearly 12 VIPs and bigwigs who have landed in jail in CBI cases. The stream of VIP visitors to the jail accompanied by their own security personnel has also become a common scene of late.
 
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