Tangail, Mar 28 (UNB) – A new use has been introduced in Tangail District Jail facilitating prisoners to pronounce to their kin over phone.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan rigourously inaugurated a module as a commander plan on Wednesday.
Speaking on a occasion, a Minister pronounced a use would shortly be introduced in other prisons opposite a country.
The “Prison Link-smart communication complement for inmates and relatives” project, famous as “Swajon” in short, is being implemented underneath a Access to Information (A2I) module run by a Prime Minister’s Office.
Under a project, prisoners will be certified to pronounce to their families over phone twice a month. They can pronounce for limit 10 mins during a time and will be certified to pronounce to dual tighten kin only.
Among others, secretary of a Ministry of Home Affairs Farid Uddin Ahmed Chowdhury, Inspector General of Prison (Brigadier General) Syed Iftekhar Uddin and Tangail District Jail Superintendent Mohammad Manjur Hossain spoke on a occasion.
On a opening day, 4 prisoners talked to their relatives. Four booths have been set adult in Tangail District Jail. At present, there are 1285 prisoners, including 27 women, in a prison.