Judiciary is the foremost pillar of democracy and the protection of sects of the society is the fundamental duty of any democratic structure. As per government records, more than thirty-five thousand individuals are behind the bars. The ill-treatment of prisoners, deprivation from the fundamental rights is very common in the country. Many inmates serve imprisonment only because of the lack of legal support or lack of capital. Prison administration does not provide basic amenities like the right to religion, shelter, food, clothes, recreation, etc. it is essential to the inmates to maintain physical and mental balance in life.
This study will try to identify the action of the Indian judiciary in the safekeeping of the fundamental civil liberties available to prisoners and to provide basic amenities to prisoners. It will also study the prison reforms and activism of the judiciary in the advancement of the prison conditions.
Human Rights, Prison Management, Trial, Prisoner
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