Maharashtra Government Will Take Out The Prisoners Trapped In The Jail Despite Bail By Giving Financial Help

Maharashtra News: The Maharashtra government has decided to provide legal...

Maharashtra News: The Maharashtra government has decided to provide legal and financial help to 1,641 prisoners who, despite getting bail, are in jail for want of help. This will also help the government to decongest the jails. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis made the announcement on Monday after chairing a review meeting of Home Department officials at Mantralaya. Fadnavis, who also heads the home department, said the cyber security infrastructure would be strengthened, while 20,000 police personnel would be recruited in the next two years.

Fadnavis said these other things

He said that the state recruited 5,297 constables in 2019, and the process to recruit another 7,231 personnel is underway. In addition, 10,000 constables will be recruited to replace those who have retired by December 2021. A proposal in this regard will be placed before the cabinet soon.” The Home Department has also been asked to complete the second phase of installation of CCTV cameras in Mumbai within a month. Fadnavis said that the state is considering to extend the permission for dandiya in the ongoing Navratri festival for three days till midnight. He said that “the deadline has been extended for two days from 10 pm to midnight. We are looking at adding one more day’s relaxation and the proposal will be sent to Chief Minister Eknath Shinde for approval.”

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Shinde government preparing to cancel this decision

The Maharashtra cabinet is likely to withdraw an amendment introduced by the previous Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government to the State Public Universities Act 2016, which dilutes the powers of the governor and allows the state government to appoint names for the post of vice-chancellor. Gives the right to make recommendations. The amendment passed in the 2021 winter session of the legislature also appointed the state’s higher and technical education minister as the pro-chancellor of universities.

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