This is how wealthy prisoners can get luxuries in jail (just like Sasikala did?)

The first reports of Anca Neacsu detained by the debtor controversy Abhishek Verma were greeted with whistles. Pictures of her ride in the yard when they occurred shortly after the arrest showed a blonde platinum in an aviator suit and white white sunglasses.

Gradually, as the cameras were clicking pictures of her at Patiala House tennis, hitting 5ft 11 inches, stories of “mysterious” Anca and her past modeling have sprung up everywhere. Journalists frequented details received feedback on how Abhishek Verma was used, who was already jailed for bribing officials and obtaining information in case of flight from the Navy’s war room in 2006, as one before obtaining sensitive information from the Ministry of Defending.

The biggest story of her was that she was able to meet the Minister of State for Defense, NM Pallam Raju Congress. What is most striking about routine is that everything seems to be part of the punishment. The inmates are awakened at 5 in the morning and breakfast tea and biscuits is at 6:45.

Sometimes the bread, but was not properly served. Lunch is at 10:30 every day, and dinner from 16:30 to 17:00. The only change was that, sometimes with lunch, we serve them girls. Men, on the other hand had a bit of room to breathe, to take their dinner between 6 and 19 hours.

It is a routine, some are not accustomed, and the only ones who were good were those who had a special permission from the court to eat at home during their mulakats. Mulakats is the time for families to meet with the prisoners, which was twice a week, and a legal mulakat was a lawyer once a week. Special permission again meant that you had to be strong enough to hire a lawyer who would continue to renew your licenses.

For example, the district judge allowed Anca coma in his house during the hearings that he would be released from prison. It was almost every day with the three cases pending against it, and so it was quite effective.

However, the legal request had to include permits that the judges of the Saket, Patiala House and Tis Hazari courts that have given the same past. It also includes medical reports suggesting that spicy food in prison was affecting his health.

When Abhishek Anca first met inside the prison during the mulakat slot, he apparently appeared in the sweat equity. The sight of him surprised her more than many other things she had seen in jail.

“I told him to record this tracksuit forever,” he said. So your lawyers and relatives have brought the items into your regular wardrobe, which includes not only the Tihar prison, but also the legal community.

“Have you seen Abhishek? Take Hermes to court.” So a lawyer described me. It’s not that Patiala House and Tis Hazari have not seen the rich appear, it’s just that very few of them had shown their lifestyle like this before.

Tis Hazari with its narrow streets, streets with dogs wandering and urinals open contrast with such visitors who are almost unreal. This is the kind of place where my colleague went to the grille legal journalist to wear a sleeveless t-shirt, “ghoom Nangi- ho rahi hai ke yon (Why barefoot walking)?”