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From Bars To Freedom: Govt Launches Scheme To Help Poor Prisoners

  • Posted on April 8, 2023
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From Bars To Freedom:-

Indian Govt to Help Free Poor Prisoners with New Financial Support Scheme


The Indian government has announced a ground-breaking initiative aimed at freeing poor prisoners who are currently languishing in jail due to their inability to pay fines or bail amounts. 

With over 4.2 lakh prisoners currently locked up in India's overcrowded prisons, this new scheme will provide much-needed relief to those belonging to socially disadvantaged or marginalized groups.


From Bars To Freedom
From Bars To Freedom

Govt collaborates with stakeholders to release underprivileged prisoners


Under the initiative, the government will extend financial support to the states to help free these prisoners, who are often from economically weaker backgrounds. The plan has been developed in consultation with stakeholders to ensure that the benefits reach those who need them the most.


E-Prisons Reinforced: Innovative Solutions to Enhance Legal Services


Technology-driven solutions will also be implemented to reinforce the e-prisons platform, strengthen district legal services authorities, and sensitize and build capacity among stakeholders to ensure quality legal aid is available to those in need.


New legal provisions and free legal aid: Government's latest effort to help undertrial prisoners


This latest move is part of a series of measures that the government has been taking to address the issue of undertrial prisoners. Free legal aid is already being provided to those who cannot afford it, and new legal provisions have been introduced to help prisoners secure bail or plead guilty to reduce their sentences.


From Bars To Freedom
From Bars To Freedom

Government launches scheme to reduce overcrowding in an Indian prison

The scheme is expected to have a significant impact on reducing the number of prisoners in India's overcrowded jails, while also providing much-needed support to those Who are most in need. With the government committed to better managing the country's prisons, there is hope that this latest initiative will be just one of many positive steps forward.


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