Ganapathi to be lodged in ‘Class A’ prison cell

COIMBATORE: Former vice-chancellor of Bharathiar University A Ganapathi will be lodged in a ‘Class A’ jail cell, in line with an order through the special courtroom for DVAC cases within the city on Tuesday.

The order follows VC’s petition before the manager judicial magistrate looking for to resort him in a ‘Class A’ jail cell on Saturday. When the petition got here up for listening to before judge John Mino on Tuesday, he really helpful the collector to resort Ganapathi in a ‘Class A’ cell.

Earlier, Ganapathi’s recommend argued that the vice-chancellor used to be a tax-payer and in addition an academically vital guy who had guided round 30 PhD students. “This merited him a Class A jail cell,” the recommend said.

Countering this, the general public prosecutor said Ganapathi had now not discussed in his petition what he lacked in his provide cell. He added that the ones arrested in graft cases should now not be provided with Class A cells. The judge, on the other hand, ordered that Ganapathi be provided with a ‘Class A’ cell.

A Class A jail cell could have a desk, chair, cot and a TV. The inmate can be provided with day by day newspapers, high quality food 3 times an afternoon and purified drinking water. Currently, Ganapathi is in police custody. When the custody ends on February 16, he can be sent again to jail, where the authorities would resort him in a Class A cell.

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