29 mobile phones recovered from Ludhiana prison: The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Ludhiana, June 17

A surprise check at Ludhiana Central Jail resulted in the recovery of 29 cellphones in two separate cases.

No less than 12 mobile phones were recovered from nine detainees, while the others were found abandoned on the prison premises.

In the first case, Deputy Superintendent of Prison Gagandeep Sharma said a surprise check was carried out at the prison on June 11. During the verification, four cell phones were recovered from four inmates – Akashdeep, Deepu Kumar, Davinder Kumar and Ranjit – while seven cell phones of the phones were found abandoned on the prison premises.

In another case, Deputy Superintendent of Prison Satnam Singh said during a surprise check into the prison on June 13 that eight cellphones had been recovered from five inmates – Sukhwinder Singh, Gurdeep Singh, Vinod Kumar, Gurjit Singh and Dinesh Sharma – while 10 mobile phones were found abandoned. in the prison premises. Trials were filed against the detainees under the Prisons Act.

Recoveries

  • No less than 12 mobile phones were recovered from nine detainees, while the others were found abandoned on the prison premises.
  • In another case, eight cell phones were recovered from five inmates, while 10 cell phones were found abandoned on the prison premises.