Sutcliffe has been given multiple eye procedures on the NHS.
The twisted 70-year-old serial killer, serving 20 life sentences for the murder of 13 women and attempted murder of seven others, had cataract surgery despite some people waiting more than a year for the same procedure.
Sutcliffe has cost the taxpayer tens of thousands of pounds for NHS eye treatment and security for hospital visits.
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Neil Jackson, whose mother Emily, 42, was murdered by Sutcliffe in 1976, said: “It’s a disgrace. They should let him go blind.”
Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke told the Sun: “Law-abiding citizens should get priority over those who are a stain on society.”
The warped murderer was taken to Sunderland Eye Infirmary chained to five prison guards last month for surgery.
Sutcliffe is serving 20 life sentences for the murder of 13 women and attempted murder of seven more
Sutcliffe left the hospital wearing an eyepatch after a 45-minute procedure where his blurred right eye lens was replaced with an artificial one.
He told a friend: “My sight has really improved. Now I will be able to see the TV, read and write letters.”
In December Sutcliffe was given an NHS-funded injection in his right eye in order to clear a lump.
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But he may yet need further surgery involving popping his eye out so the lump can be removed.
The vile killer was left blind in his left eye after a fellow inmate slashed his face in a 1997 attack at Broadmoor prison.
More than half of over-65s are affected by cataract problems.
Some patients in Sunderland have to wait up to 13 weeks for treatment, according to figures.
The Minister of Justice told the Sun: “We don’t comment on individual prisoners.”
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