A prisoner serving a life sentence has been given 15 days parole by his wife for having a child. The prisoner is still lodged in Ajmer Jail. His wife had applied to the Ajmer District Collector that she wanted 15 days parole for her child.

When the collector did not respond to the application, the woman approached the High Court. A bench of Justice Sandeep Mehta and Justice Farzand Ali of the Rajasthan High Court in Jodhpur allowed the petition and granted 15-day parole.

Nandlal, 34, of Rabari’s capital Bhilwara, was sentenced to life imprisonment by an ADJ court in Bhilwara and has been lodged in Ajmer jail since then. On May 18, 2021, he was granted parole for 20 days. He returned on time.


His wife applied to the Ajmer collector, who is also the chairman of the parole committee. He has no problem getting married but has no children. Her husband should be given 15 days parole to have that child. Ajmer District Collector did not take any action on the application and Nandlal’s wife reached the High Court.


After hearing both the sides, the court said that it is not in dispute. In order to have a child, it is necessary to have a child. The court said that if we look at this matter from the religious point of view, then according to Hindu philosophy, conception is the first of the 16 sacraments.