BOMBAY FURLOUGH AND PAROLE RULES 1959 PDF

Load More. It is not disputed that the Competent Authority is directed to grant furlough to the petitioner for a period of 14 days, subject to compliance of The Prison Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules , Accordingly, impugned order dated The Prison Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules , do not provide for release of the prisoner on the ground of his own illness, hence, it is not possible to re

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Load More. It is not disputed that the Competent Authority is directed to grant furlough to the petitioner for a period of 14 days, subject to compliance of The Prison Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules , Accordingly, impugned order dated The Prison Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules , do not provide for release of the prisoner on the ground of his own illness, hence, it is not possible to re Tahilramani, A.

The petitioner preferred an application for parole on The said application was rejected on The appeal was dismissed by order dated It is seen that the petitioner is seeking parole on the Bench, if the Honble The Chief Justice considers it fit for referring the following question.

In the matter before the Division Bench at Nagpur, the petitioner had been released on Therefore, in our opinion, the However, his application is not decided by the Divisional She further states that since last 9 years, the petitioner Shri Patel, learned A. The said prisoner stated that his father was not aliv If that is so then petitioner is entitled for parole having regard to the provisions under Rule 19 of the Prison Bombay Furlough and Parole , Rules , The petitioner, who is undergoing an imprisonment for life in Central Prison , Nagpur has approached this Court for his release on parole.

The petitioner has filed the present petition for grant of parole Therefore, respondent no. For the first time, the petitioner appl Therefore, it is liable to be quashed and set aside. Hence, we pass the following order However, in my view, that cannot be a ground for rejecting the In this view of the matter, it is directed that the petitioner be released on parole for a period By consent of the parties, rule is made returnable In case the In the present case, the impugned order discloses that the Competent Authority has not verified whether the ground given by the petitioner for seeking parole is genuine or not.

On this ground Mehta, J. He has been released on parole and furlough from time to time Of the several permissible and contemplated punishments, loss of privilege admissible under furlough system is also included. Therefore, when the punishing It is appropriate to Prison Authority his original order of release will be inoperative.

Where, therefore, a prisoner who is released on parole has applied for the extension of the period of parole and before his application has been s I find considerable force in the submission of Mr.

The delay caused was Amravati Central Prison. Thus, from the above instances, there cannot be any doubt that the petitioner is in habit of surrendering late from parole and furlough leave.

On two occasions the police authorities were r The furlough leave was refused to the petitioner as he is in habit of surrendering late from parole and furlough leave. Kankale, the learned APP has This is essentially a reformative provision made under Prison Bombay Furlough and The petitioner prays that he be released on By ordinary standards, the period of two years cannot be considered to be such a prolonged incarceration during which parole can be legitimately claimed. The basic object of parole and furlough is However, petitioner since failed to submit surety, could not be released on furlough and has thus preferred the present criminal writ petition When prisoners shall not be granted Prison Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules Learned counsel for the petitioner states that there is nothing to show that the release of the prisoner on furlough leave could r Prisons Bombay furlough and Parole Rules Sub-rule 4 contemplates that the request of furlough leave of the prisoner can be rejected whose release is n The parole is granted as per Rules , Prison Bombay Rule 18 makes clear as to who should pass the orders regarding parole and It is pertinent to note that the Government of Gujarat where the said rules of parole and furlough are applicable, has i The aims and objects of the Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules , are considered in detail by the Ful We find that grant of furlough leave by the competent authority to the petitioner on personal bond is contrary to the Prison Bombay Our algorithms sense that you may get better results by trying out the same excerpt in our CaseIQ TM interface.

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In a reprieve for thousands of convicts lodged in prisons across Maharashtra, the Bombay high court HC held that all convicts, except foreign nationals and prisoners on death row, are entitled to 14 days emergency parole, even if they are not eligible for furlough and regular parole. The division bench of justice Abhay Oka and justice AS Gadkari said all prisoners eligible for furlough are also eligible for regular parole and thus, if a prisoner is disentitled to furlough by virtue of the disqualifications laid down in the Prisons Bombay Furlough and Parole Rules, , he is also disentitled to regular parole. It was hearing separate petitions filed by Dilip Pawar and Muzammil Shaikh, complaining about the grant of very short parole after the death of their respective fathers in January Under Rule 19 1 , emergency parole for 14 days can be granted on account of death of a parent, grandparent, spouse, child or sibling. It can also be granted on account of marriage of a sibling or a child.

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