She was re-arrested on 22 August on similar charges to those for which she was acquitted, and remanded in judicial custody for 15 days. Archived from the original on 9 August Three days after she began her strike, she was arrested by the police and charged with an "attempt to commit suicide",  which was unlawful under the Indian Penal Code IPC at that time, and was later transferred to judicial custody. She was then denied the right to vote as a person confined in jail cannot vote according to law. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Asian Human Rights Commission.
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