The jammer must be strictly controlled by the government

Delhi’s Mandoli prison (Mandoli) has more than 3,000 prisoners. The prison does not have a cell phone jammer because the prison administration is still waiting for 4G jammers. Mandoli’s prison officials opened up to prisoners in 2016 to ease the work of Tihar Prison in Delhi. They confirmed that they had not installed a jammer. The device is used to block the signal sent by the mobile phone, even if the prisoner manages to inject the phone, the prisoner cannot use the phone in the prison complex.

In Indian prisons, prisoners are prohibited from carrying or using mobile phones. Mandoli’s prisoners used something that was undisturbed to free themselves. They make phone calls, file complaints or make videos, and share them with their contacts in the city-this is unabashed 4G brilliance. In the past two months, Delhi police reportedly blew up two blackmailers manipulated by prisoners in the Mandoli prison complex. On Thursday, three prisoners were reportedly arrested (in this case, officially in prison) because they demanded 50,000 rupees from a man in the Gieta colony.

Two days ago, the city police special team (anti-terrorism department) claimed that by arresting two men, the murder was avoided. The two men were instructed to kill the two men by an apprentice in Mandoli. The police subsequently reported that they had intercepted a call from Chandbane (aka Oman Yadav) in Mandoli Prison to his staff, Barki Mountain and Mohamed Attic, to eliminate the two who did not protect him Golden person.

A senior official from the Ministry of the Interior said that the 4G portable jammer recently approved by the government was unavailable earlier. “We have started to install them and preparations are in progress. The license to install using jammers and the latest technology will take a while. Once installed, these devices will be the best and make all mobile phones unusable in prison. “15 days ago, a video from a Westerner from Uttar Pradesh showed that the man recorded a video on his mobile phone while cooking in the mandoli prison cell, which became popular on social media. Prison officials said that although the new prison was equipped with jammers, the warden had instructed him to strictly control it every day. “Senior officials have instructed us to conduct strict security checks and warned us about actions to be taken when smuggling phones. In the case of a few prisoners using mobile phones, investigations have been ordered. We have been warned that strict measures will be taken to Cope with this problem. Such a thing will not happen in the future.”