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During the search operation in Patiala Central Jail, a major recovery has been made. On Sunday, 34 SIM cards were found from a plastic bottle buried in the soil in the jail. Of these, 27 SIMs are being told as new, while seven are old. Jail police outpost in-charge Jaideep Sharma said that in this case, a case has been registered against unknown prisoners in the police station Tripadi.
Now in the investigation, the search has been started for the seller of the SIM card and in whose name the SIM card has been issued. On the other hand, Punjab Jail Minister Harjot Singh Bains has confirmed the matter by tweeting and ordered an investigation by the jail administration and police. According to Bains, the police is getting the names and addresses of the owners in this case through SIM cards. Cases will be registered against all. The dealers who sell the SIM will also not be spared.
There will be an investigation, how to reach the jail, who brought it
The police is probing the case from every aspect as to how these SIM cards were brought inside the jail. Some visitor supplied them by hiding them from the eyes of the jail staff or some prisoner brought it inside by hiding it during the production. Whether there is complicity of the jail officials in this matter or not, it will also be investigated. Who had to use the SIM card, for what purpose, it would also be thoroughly investigated.
Sidhu and Majithia lodged in this jail
Former Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu and former cabinet minister Bikram Singh Majithia are lodged in Patiala Central Jail. Due to the availability of such a large number of SIMs in the jail, there has been a stir in the jail and the police administration.
Six mobiles and drugs recovered from Nabha Jail
On the other hand, during the search operation in the new district jail of Nabha, apart from six mobiles, many chargers and intoxicants have been recovered. On the complaint of the jail administration, the police station Sadar Nabha has registered a case against the unknown. Rahul Chaudhary, Assistant Superintendent of Nabha’s new district jail, said that during the search, six bundles wrapped with tape were found from the backside of the factory being built in front of ward number 2 of the jail. On checking them open, six mobiles with battery and without SIM card, seven chargers, 94 yolk sacks and three cans of cigarettes were recovered.