|Facilities of Interviews and Correspondence
the newly convicted
facility by the Jail Superintendent for interviewing the friends and relatives and
communicating with them for making appeal or for seeking bail.
(ii) Reasonable facility to the prisoners under death sentence to communicate and
interview with his legal advisors, friends and relatives (Rule 675)
all convicted prisoners
||(1) Remission on
(2) Facility to write a letter once in a month.
(3) Facility of one additional letter, which shall not be interchangeable.
(4) Facility of first interview and communication at any time.
(5) Facility of interview and communication upon transfer to other jail before such
||(1) At one time
more than three persons shall not be permitted to interview.
(2) In special cases the Jail Superintendent may grant permissions with-in less duration.
(3) Despite bad behaviour of the prisioners in special cases or urgent cases such as
illness death etc. relaxation shall be given by the jail Superintendent in the interview
||By the Jail
(1) Reasonal facility of interview of communication with the friends, relatives and legal
advisors to the civil and under trial prisoners on the condition of good behaviour (692)
5. Procedure of interview time
Application for interview with the prisoners in writing or orally as per the description
of the jail Superintendent.
(2) In the cases of the under trial prisoners to the legal advisors with reasonable
details upon application in writing (696)
permitted for interview shall be 20 minutes
||Interview with the
convicted prisoners in the presence of Jail officers . In the cases of under trial
prisoners the presence of Jail officer not required (682 & 696)
||Search of every
prisoner ( convicted and under trial) shall be made before and after the interview
||How much diet
||How many medical
people and how much facilities
some one dies in prisons
||The prisons Act.,
1894 (15) and Madhya Pradesh Jail Manual, 1968 Rule-920- Enquiry and report regarding
Sudden or violent death or suicide. Report of serious illness or death to District
Magistrate, Rule- 844.
||Use of force
against any prisoner or body or prisoners in the case of an out break or an attempt to
||Madhya Pradesh Jail
Manual, 1968, Rule 754, 755, 756, 757 & 758
reduction of Sentenses
||Rule - 698,699
for Special remission
||(ii) Who may award
State remission is awarded by the State Government on occasion of the public rejoicing.It
is Granted unconditionally under section 432 (1) Criminal procedure code and can not under
any circumstances by for feited
total remission awarded to a prisoner excluding state remission under this rules shall
not, without the special sanction of the State Government exceed 1/3 part of his sentence.
||(v) Publication of
remission system Rules
abstract of the remission, system rules translated in to Hindi, shall be posted of in
every barrack and shall be read to be prison every Sunday by a paid warder or an educated
(M.P.Amedment) Act, 1985 ( No. 10 of 1985) Part VI- A leave and emergency leave to
31 A : Grant of leave to
Prisoners (1) Subject to the provisions to this part and to such conditions as may be
prescribed, the State Government or any authority to which the State Government may
delegate its powers in this behalf may grant leave to any prisoner who has been sentenced
to a term of imprisonment of not less than three years, for a period not exceeding twenty
one days in a year, excluding the time required for journey to the first place of his
visit immediate after departure from the prison and from the place of last visit to the
||(i) Under M.P.
Prisoners leave Rules -1989
||Prisoners may avail
parole (Temporary release) two times in a year for 21 days
authority for first leave
& Inspector General of Prisons
||15 (A) The
District Magistrate shall be competent to grant Emergency leave but the prisoner availed
the leave The Superintendent shall be competent to grant emergency leave.
||15 (B) The period
of emergency leave shall be excepted 15 days in the case of death and 10 days in the case
of marriage excluding the time require for journey on release may be granted for a
prisoner in case of death after spouse son, daughter, father, mother, brother & sister
paternal of maternal grand father, or grand mother of in case of his or her own marriage
or in the marriage office of his/ her son, daughter, brother & sister.
/ welfare officers services
||The probation and
welfare officers are posted in Central and District jails. They are key workers in penal
and correctional institutions, they deal with case histories, classification, committee
works, treatment programs, educational & recreational programmes, They deal with
padole pre- mature elease case, they also attained eligible cases of conditional release
of prisoners under the Madhya pradesh Prisoners release on probation Act, 1954 and the
rules their under.
||Legal aid to
||Law officer have
been posted in Central Jails to look after the work regarding Criminal appeals, legal
petitions etc. applications are needy male/ women prisoners for defending their cases in
regular Criminal courts forwarded to the District legal officer for penal advocates and
payment of convicts
||In Madhya pradesh
Jail following Industries are working :-
- Printing Press/Offset printing
- Soap industry
- Bamboo Industry
- Soap detergent/Phenyl industry
- Wood carving
- Doll making
- Steel industry
- Chalk industry
- Boutik Print and printing industry
- Sculpture industry
- Carpentry industry
- Plastic kan industry
- Grass mates industry
- Leather industry
- Condiments industry
- Screen Printing
- Book Binding
- Smithy Industry
- Seat metal work industry
- Brass metal works
- Weaving, Darry, Niwar, Kalin industry.
- Spices industry
- Mushroom cultivation
- Hand made paper unit
- Motor winding unit
- Cow husbandry
To encourage prisoners on undergoing vocational training in different trades they are paid
wages as incentive as the Government from time to time. Rebelling wage structure came to
effect from 1999 in pursuance of the directions of the Honourable Supreme Court of India.
Skilled Rs. 10.00 for half day unskilled Rs. 8/- for half day, prisoners working in
agriculture and minor work in jails for 6 hrs. Rs. 8/- for half day.
||The prisons Act.
1894 Section-45 deals with prison offences and Rule 46 deals with punishment of such
prison offences Madhya Pradesh Jail Manual. 1968 Rule- 723, 724 deals with punishment of
prison offences by loss of previlages admissible under remission system
||Women prisoners and
||M. P. Jail Manual
1968 Rule- 401,402, 403, 404, 405 & 406 Rule 522 (iii), Rule 535- diet
for mothers with children confined along with them. Rule536diet for female
prisoners, when pregnant.
define and punishment for introduction. Madhya Pradesh Jail Manual, 1968, Rule 570, 572
||It was thought
that those women prisoners, who belong to the Scheduled castes, Scheduled tribes and
backward classes and those who come from rural surroundings and at present undergoing long
term imprisonment should be given training in making attractive dolls. Services of Smt.
Dafal who is nationally and internationally famous artist in this field, have been
obtained with the co-operation of Madhya Pradesh Hasthilp Vikas Nigam for giving a
concrete shape to this scheme. Under this scheme, 34 women prisoners form different jails
of the state have been transferred to the old Central Jail, Bhopal and they are being
training in making attractive and life-like- dolls from 20-3-1995. The period of training
is six months, But its continous upto one year is under consideration. Every women
prisoner is being given a stipend of Rs. 350/- per month by the Hastshilp Vikas Nigam. It
is proposed to sell the dolls made in the jails from the jails and through the Hostshilp
Vikas Nigam. The Government of Madhya Pradesh has sanctioned Rs. 5.00 Lacs in the initial
stage to the Jail Department for the Doll museum. The work is in progress.