Minister of State inaugurates computer room in District Jail, initiative to improve the future of prisoners in the field of educ
Muzaffarnagar. Minister of State Kapil Dev Aggarwal has got 5 computers and one printer set installed in the District Jail from his MLA fund for the training of the prisoners detained in the District Jail. Recently, Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel had reached the District Jail of Muzaffarnagar, and the facilities of Muzaffarnagar Jail were highly appreciated.
At the same time, he had told Minister of State Kapil Dev Aggarwal that computer training should also be given to the detained prisoners in jail. The District Jail of Muzaffarnagar is being developed as a reformation home for the detained prisoners. Jail Superintendent Sitaram Sharma told that many changes have been made here in the past. Like the opening of a library for the prisoners detained in the District Jail, the prisoners are being given sewing training on sewing machines, women in the jail are getting training in making pickles and making bags.
Minister of State Kapil Dev Agarwal inaugurated the computer training room in Muzaffarnagar District Jail by cutting the ribbon. During this, while talking to the media, he said that the Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Anandiben Patel, had come here and had instructed that there should be computer training for the prisoners, so under her direction, five computers and a printer have been installed here. Minister Kapil Dev Aggarwal said that it is a constant effort of our department to provide special training to some prisoners who have been sentenced for a long time.
Giving information, Jail Superintendent Sitaram Sharma said that MLA Kapil Dev Agarwal has given these five computers and a printer to the jail from his own funds and the district jail is continuously making efforts for the improvement of the prisoners. He said that in the coming days, it is our endeavor to set up a Yoga Sadhana Center in the District Jail as well, adding that Yoga is happening every day in the jail.
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