'At least let carrot-radish be edible, CCTV footage of jail should not be leaked in media'...Jain's petition in court
New videos of Delhi government leader Satyendar Jain, lodged in Tihar Jail in a money laundering case, surfaced on Wednesday, in which he can be seen eating fruits and raw vegetables in his cell. Jain had a few days ago filed a petition in a city court, requesting that the Tihar Jail authorities be directed to provide food items like fruits, dry fruits, and dates according to their religious beliefs. At the same time, Jain has repeatedly become worried about his viral video. Satyendar Jain vented his anger in the courtroom and filed a petition that the CCTV footage of his prison should not be leaked to the media.
Jain said in the petition that whoever is sending the video outside the jail, should be stopped. At the same time, Jain said that at least carrots and radishes should be allowed to be eaten. Satyendar Jain's lawyer said that every day something or the other is being leaked by the agency. Why don't you release the full video? Some parts of the video are being released after being tampered with. Jain's lawyer said that the video has been released even today. The video has been tampered with. Jail DG tell who is releasing the video, is a media trial going on? Jain's lawyer said that when we filed a petition regarding the food in the court, the video of the food was released, this video is from 13 September. The recently surfaced videos are from 13 September and 1 October. In the new video of Jain which is going viral, he is seen enjoying food.
It is seen in the video that he is being given food of his choice, including fruits and dry fruits. Jain's lawyers have claimed that he has lost 28 kg in jail, while jail sources say he has gained eight kg. Weight has increased. The petition claimed that Jain has been consuming only fruits, vegetables, and dry fruits or dates for the last six months and that he is procuring these ingredients from his quota of ration available to all prisoners. Earlier, some videos of Jain, purportedly showing him getting massages and meeting visitors in the jail, surfaced last week, triggering a controversy.