Scroll.in / by Scroll Staff
Judge Rajesh J Kataria directed the Byculla jail superintendent to verify the books before handing them over to her.
A special National Investigation Agency court in Mumbai on Monday allowed activist Jyoti Jagtap to receive five educational or general books every month inside the city’s Byculla prison, PTI reported.
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