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As Covid cases spike in Maharashtra jails, HC on its own initiates PIL

IndiaTimes Saturday, 17 April 2021
The Bombay high court on Friday initiated a suo motu (on its own motion) public interest litigation in a bid to address concerns over “alarming” rise in Covid-19 cases between April and March this year in prisons across Maharashtra, and sought details on all cases inside jails.​
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Maharashtra reported 67,123 fresh COVID cases, 56,783 discharges, and 419 deaths on April 17. While Maharashtra's capital reported 8,834 new COVID-19 cases, 6,617 discharges and 52 deaths in last 24 hours. On the other side, Karnataka today registered 17,489 new positive cases, 5,565 discharges and...

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