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Om Prakash Chautala released on 21-day furlough


CHANDIGARH: Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) supremo Om Prakash Chautala used to be on Friday launched on 21-days furlough by means of the Tihar jail administration.
Sources just about Chautala circle of relatives showed that the prison department has also withdrawn the situation barring him from collaborating in any political activities all the way through the length of furlough. Former Haryana chief minister O P Chautala’s suggest Amit Sahni mentioned that the situation used to be removed by means of the Delhi government after they filed a petition prior to the Delhi high court docket towards imposition of such conditions.

The Delhi government had imposed positive conditions on him restraining him at his residence at Teja Khera farm house in Sirsa district all the way through his unencumber from the jail. More conditions were then added that he would no longer participate in any political match all the way through his unencumber from the jail.


Earlier, the INLD chief used to be to be launched on January 21 on three-week furlough. However, his unencumber used to be cancelled by means of the Delhi government on the ultimate second.


At that time, the campaigning for the Jind byelection used to be in complete swing and his celebration used to be awaiting his unencumber from jail claiming that his presence would fatal for the ambitions of his grandson Digvijay Chautala who used to be contesting from there.


INLD had claimed that the furlough used to be earlier cancelled by means of the Delhi government in conspiracy with Hisar MP Dushyant Chautala’s Jannayak Janata Party (JJP). INLD had claimed that cancellation of Chautala’s unencumber used to be related to the newly shaped alliance of JJP with Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Adami Party (AAP), which is in power in Delhi government, to contest the Jind byelection.




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