Jammu & Kashmir jails to have inmate calling program Director-General of Law enforcement officials, Prisons, V K Singh on Wednesday said the prison inmates are soon heading to get an inmate phoning program which may enable them to contact their relatives and advocates. However, the service would not accessible to the prisoners involved in grave offences or misconduct in jail, Singh stated dealing with a meeting of jail superintendents of Jammu dependent prisons in Jammu. He explained the inmate phoning facility would initially be launched at Key Jail Srinagar and Kotbhalwal Jammu besides District Jail Jammu. “By means of this system, inmates can call two near family members for five moment duration each on pick days and nights,” he said. The DGP Prisons stated the section is improving the interview areas in Jails by providing cabins and youngster friendly corners. Singh appreciated the efforts created by Jail Superintendents for keeping protection and self-discipline in prisons besides improving the vocational and educational expertise of inmates. “Concentrate has been laid on well being, coaching and development of prison personnel,” he said. During the meeting, demonstrations were produced by the taking part Jail Superintendents then an open dialogue concerning infrastructural needs, monetary as well as other problems, an recognized spokesman stated. While featuring the part of recreation in reformation of inmates, the DGP claimed that entertainment amenities are being provided in Jails. Furthermore, inmates are being encouraged for engaging in social and sports activities besides vocational instruction, he said. The convention was informed that a cultural programme would be organised at the Region jail Jammu from the inmates on October 2 night time to commemorate the 150th delivery anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the spokesman said.