AMBALA, HARYANA: Haryana’s first open jail will be set in Ambala and it will have “independent housing” for prisoners.
Chief General (Prisons) Yashpal Singhal today said the blueprint of the state’s first open jail had almost been finalised and it would be different to some extent from the open prisons of other states.
He said there would be minimum security in the open jail where inmates with good behaviour would be accommodated. The inmates would be provided with independent accommodations in the open jail, he said
Mr Singhal likewise said that jammers are being introduced in prisons in jails after expanding occurrences of mobile phones getting slipped into jails in Haryana.