1. In the various decisions rendered after the decision in re.: Godse's case [1961 SCR (3) 440], 'imprisonment for life' has been repeatedly held to mean imprisonment for the natural life term of a convict, though the actual period of imprisonment may stand reduced on account of remissions earned.
But in no case, with the possible exception of the powers vested in the President under Art. 72 of the Constitutition and the power vested in the Governor under Art. 161 of the Constitution, even with remission earned can a sentence of imprisonment for life be reduced to below 14 years the Hon'ble SC has said.
The Hon'ble SC has further held that in case of life imprisonment, a convict should serve a minimum of 14 years imprisonment.
2. No criminal prisoner sentenced to labour or employed on labour at his own desire shall, except on an emergency with the sanction in writing of the Superintendent, be kept to labour for more than nine hours in any one day.
3. Provision shall be made by the Superintendent for the employment (as long as they so desire) of all criminal prisoners sentenced to simple imprisonment; but no prisoner not sentenced to rigorous imprisonment shall be punished for neglect of work excepting by such alteration in the scale of diet as may be established by the rules of the prison in the case of neglect of work by such a prisoner.
4. Life Imprisonment requires labour. Therefore productive work is provided inside the jail by means of industries. Inmates are paid wages for their labour, which helps them to establish a form of livelihood inside jail during their long jail term.
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