07 November 2011

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Vikas and Vishal Yadav Life Imprisonment of Luxurious Life – Failure of Indian Jail System

Vikas and Vishal Yadav Life Imprisonment of Luxurious Life – Failure of Indian Jail System

Vikas Yadav and Vishal Yadav both are brothers.
Their Father D P Yadav is a very strong and powerful man and he is a former MP.

Vikas Yadav and Vishal Yadav both killed the Nitish Katara.
After that Indian Court found them guilty and gave them life imprisonment as a punishment for murdering Nitish Katara in May 2008.

CNN IBN reported that both the brothers Vikas Yadav and Vishal Yadav
enjoyed 85 medical outings in the last three and half years.

On the name of sickness or other reasons they come out of Jail and enjoy luxury life.

CNN IBN reported that Recently, Vikas Yadav had spent 25 days in
'A' category luxury room of AIIMS for following very serious and life threating diseases for which it is must to get admitted in a Hospital.
1. backache,
2. cough
3. diabetes

The above diseases are so dangerous that I think they should live in a Hospital until the completion of Punishment.

The better option is we need the new law that the criminal should pay One American dollar to the family of person whom they killed and they should be given discharged.

After that if again they kill someone they can again pay 1 USA dollar and they be discharged.

Vikas had stayed in room number 3002 in the new private ward of AIIMS.

Which are the facilities were enjoyed by him in a 'A' category luxury room of AIIMS ?
The A-category luxury rooms in AIIMS have a
1. refrigerator,
2. two air conditioners,
3. a television set a telephone
4. an attached washroom

He stayed their for 25 days and it cost Rs. 45,000 only.
The room in which Vikas stayed cost Rs 1800 per day and the total bill for 25 days.
In 25 days he got the treatment or he underwent was physiotherapy.

Now question is who gave him Physiotherapy?
A hospital nurse or some lady not related with AIIMS.
I do not know about this.

CNN IBN reported that his main requirement, pet scan, costs only Rs 7000 but he did not get that treatment because Tihar did not pay Rs.7000 only.

When CNN IBN started the investigations suddenly without any diagnosis he was discharged from the Hospital.

Between May 2008 and February 2010, Vikas had left jail 66 times on medical grounds, of which 59 visits were to AIIMS.

Vishal had 19 visits to Batra hospital between July 2008 and June 2010, and was admitted twice for two and four months respectively for diseases
1. nausea,
2. breathlessness
3. chest pain

Why this Happens in India The real reason is that our laws are weak and no criminal fears them.

As they know that they will enjoy luxurious life even after getting Punishment whatsoever.

Our Jail system is also failed completely.

We need to reform the failed system.

Updated on Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Vikas and Vishal Yadav Total outings – 151 since 2008

Vikas – Total 82 Outings and 40 were follow ups
70 medical outings of Vikas were to AIIMS alone.

Vishal Yadav – 69 Outings and 41 were for follow-up checks
67 were to Batra Hospital alone

Reality views by sm –

Monday, November 07, 2011

Tags - Nitish Katara Vikas Vishal Yadav

Source – CNN IBN


Rakesh Kumar November 08, 2011  

SM , your information is astonishing.
Thanks for an informative post.

Amrit November 08, 2011  

Excellent information and of course no need to say it can only happen in India

Kirtivasan Ganesan November 08, 2011  

It is shameful and can happen only in a confused state.

Saru Singhal November 08, 2011  

We need Kiran Bedi type of officers who are not afraid of system...It is really sad to hear such news...

sm,  November 08, 2011  

Saru Singhal,thanks.

Anonymous,  November 17, 2011  

The dilemma,
Am I proud or ashamed to be an Indian

sm,  November 18, 2011  


It should be both.

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