A second reported incident in less than six months, the ability of the Delhi police to ferry inmates is once again in the spotlight. “it is difficult to know individual cases of prisoner traveling together. Since resources are limited and there aren’t enough vans, we have to ferry prisoners in numbers,” a senior police official was quoted as saying.Sensational case
In a similar incident reported in August 2015, two inmates were allegedly beaten to death by seven others outside a prison van that was heading from Rohini, in outer Delhi to Tihar Jail. The case became sensational since it involved an infamous Delhi-based gangster and made known the lack of police resources.

Ritika Jain

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Inmate killed by rivals in police van