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Convicts Monitored by Police, Supreme Court Denies Surrender Extension

The convicts belong to Singvad and Randhikpur villages in Singvad taluka of Dahod.

“They knew that they had to surrender, and they voluntarily came to the police station after the SC order (of January 8) to inform us about their whereabouts. It is not true that they have gone missing,” said the IPS officer.

The Supreme Court on January 8 asked the convicts, released prematurely on Independence Day in 2022, to surrender before jail authorities by January 21. On Friday, the court refused to grant them more time.

A bench of Justices B V Nagarathna and Ujjal Bhuyan noted that the reasons cited by applicants to seek postponement of surrender and report back to jail “have no merit inasmuch as those reasons in no way prevent them from complying with our directions.”

The convicts had cited reasons such as health issues, impending surgery, marriage in the family and harvest work.

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