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2) Placing convicted disabled people in solitary confinement with no support violates their right to life, bodily integrity and autonomy under Article 21. In the light of recent observations made by the Supreme Court on the right to privacy issue, critically comment on the issues involved in putting convicted disabled people in jails.

Topic:  Mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections

2) Placing convicted disabled people in solitary confinement with no support violates their right to life, bodily integrity and autonomy under Article 21. In the light of recent observations made by the Supreme Court on the right to privacy issue, critically comment on the issues involved in putting convicted disabled people in jails. (150 Words)

The Hindu