There are more than 3,000 prisoners in Delhi's Mandoli Prison (Mandoli). Prison managers are still waiting for GPS jammer, so there are no cell phone jammers in the prison. Mandori prison officials were opened to prisoners in 2016 to facilitate the work of Tihar Prison Complex in Delhi. They confirmed that they had not installed jamming devices. This device is used to block signals sent from mobile phones, and even if the prisoner manages to inject the phone, the prisoner will not be able to use the phone in prison.
Prisoners in India are prohibited from carrying or using mobile phones. The Mandori prisoners released themselves using something that was undisturbed. They make phone calls, make complaints, make videos and share them with contacts in the city. This is a shy 4G glow. In the last two months, Delhi police have reportedly blown up two black mailers operated by prisoners in the Mandoli Prison Complex. Three prisoners were reportedly arrested on Thursday for demanding 50,000 rupees from a Gieta colonial man (in this case officially in jail).
Two days ago, a special team of city police (counterterrorism department) claimed that the murder was avoided by arresting two men. The two men were instructed by Mandori's apprentice to kill them. Police then intercepted calls from Mandori Prison Chandbane (aka Oman Yadab) to his staff, Balki Mountain and Mohammed Attic, and reported that they had eliminated the two who did not protect him.
A senior Interior Ministry official said the 4G portable jammer recently approved by the government was previously unavailable. "We have started installing them and are in the process of preparation. The license to install using cell phone blocker and the latest technology will take some time. Once installed, these devices will be the best. "15 days ago, a video from a Westerner in Uttar Pradesh was a mobile phone while a man was cooking in Mandori's cell, which became popular on social media. Prison officials said the new prison was equipped with jammers, but the guards instructed him to take close control every day. We instructed them to perform strict security checks and warned about actions to be taken when smuggling phones. In the case of several prisoners using mobile phones, an investigation was ordered. This issue It has been warned that strict measures will be taken to address this. That will not happen in the future. "