Jail authorities in Maharashtra's Taloja refused to hand over a book by renowned humorist PG Wodehouse to Elgar Parishad-accused human rights activist Gautam Navlakha, calling the book a "security risk".
Well, what if Navlakha had told the jail authorities he would read it with a smile? That might have worked, right?
The Bombay High Court on Monday, 4 April, criticised the jail authorities' decision to disallow the book and said, "Is this true? Wodehouse is considered as a security threat? This is really comical."
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