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News Updates’Participation In Muharram Procession Last Year Carrying Sword Has Got No Relevance With This Year’s Procession’, MP HC Quashes Detention Order [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay10 Oct 2020 4:29 AMShare This – xWhile observing that a detention order under the National Security Act, 1980 has to be passed based upon cogent material, the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday (06th October) set free a man who was detained for allegedly participating in Muharram procession last year carrying sword.The Bench of Justice S. C. Sharma Shailendra Shukla passed this order in a petition filed as a Habeas Corpus…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginWhile observing that a detention order under the National Security Act, 1980 has to be passed based upon cogent material, the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday (06th October) set free a man who was detained for allegedly participating in Muharram procession last year carrying sword.The Bench of Justice S. C. Sharma Shailendra Shukla passed this order in a petition filed as a Habeas Corpus writ petition (along with other writ petitions) being aggrieved by the order dated 04/09/2020 by which the Petitioner’s brother Hakim aged about 19 years was detained under the National Security Act, 1980.Because of the similitude in the controversy involved in the present cases, the writ petitions were analogously heard and by a common order, they were disposed of by the Court.Facts of Writ Petition No.14215/2020 are narrated hereunderNotably, he (Hakim, brother of the Petitioner) was detained by the police on 23-24/08/2020 (midnight) and a case was registered against him for an offence under Section 25 of the Arms Act. He has also been granted bail on 11/09/2020 in the aforesaid matter.The petitioner further stated that while his brother was in jail in respect of an offence under Section 25 of the Arms Act, he was informed on 04/09/2020 that District Magistrate in the exercise of powers conferred under Section 3 of National Security Act, 1980 has passed an order of detention on 04/09/2020.The contention of the counsel for the petitioner was that the order of detention had been passed in a vindictive manner.The brother of the petitioner is not a hard-core criminal. By registering only one case under Section 25 of the Arms Act that too when he was in jail, the order of detention has been passed.The petitioner also argued before the Court that the order of detention was required to be approved within twelve days and the same has not been done. It has been stated that only because he has participated in the possession of Muharram, the detention order was passed.The respondent state argued that an entry was made in the Rojnamcha, while brother of the petitioner was in jail on 30/08/2020, that brother of the petitioner and other co-accused persons on the eve of Muharram last year had taken out a procession carrying swords and therefore, to maintain public order in the city and from preventing the brother of the petitioner in acting any manner prejudicial to the security of the State, the Superintendent of Police submitted a report on 03/09/2020 to the District Magistrate and the District Magistrate passed an order on 04/09/2020 detaining the brother of the petitioner under the National Security Act, 1980.Court’s ObservationsThe Court remarked,”This Court really fails to understand that based upon a Rojnamcha Entry dated 30/08/2020 in which it was stated by the police that the brother of the petitioner has participated in the Muharram procession last year carrying swords, how he can be a threat to law and order problem.”The Court further noted,”Participation in Muharram last year, even if it is presumed to be correct, has got no relevance with the procession which was to take place this year. There is no entry in the last year Rojnamcha also to that effect.”Further, the Court took in to account the fact that sole case in which the petitioner was already in jail, the order of detention had been passed.The Court observed that the action of the respondent District Magistrate suffered from the vice of non-application of mind and deserved to be quashed.Further, the Court observed that in case, if the brother of the petitioner and other persons took out a procession with swords last year, why the State Government did not file the last year’s Rojnamcha Entry?It appears, the Court remarked, that only in order to detain the petitioner’s brother under the National Security Act, 1980 such an incorrect statement was being made before this Court and therefore, the petition deserved to be allowed and was accordingly allowed with a cost of Rs.10,000/-.In other identical cases also, the order of detention had not been approved within twelve days and a similar statement had been made that the persons detained took out procession last year on Muharram carrying swords. The other identical petitions were also allowed with a cost of Rs.10,000/- each.The Court ordered that the brother of the petitioner and other persons, who were detained on account of the order passed under National Security Act, 1980 be released forthwith.The impugned order of detention in the present case passed under the National Security Act, 1980 and other Writ Petition connected matters were set aside with a cost of Rs.10,000/- eachClick Here To Download Order[Read Order]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Top StoriesSupreme Court Reserves Orders On Plea By Skoda Volkswagen Challenging FIR On Allegation Of Emission Cheating Mehal Jain4 Nov 2020 1:40 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its orders on a petition filed by Skoda Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd challenging an FIR registered in UP over alleged cheat emission devices installed in the cars.”In December, 2015, a lady made a complaint against Volkwagen in NGT. In 2018, the persons came to be largely exonerated. Despite that, in March, 2019, a penalty was imposed on Volkswagen, which…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its orders on a petition filed by Skoda Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd challenging an FIR registered in UP over alleged cheat emission devices installed in the cars.”In December, 2015, a lady made a complaint against Volkwagen in NGT. In 2018, the persons came to be largely exonerated. Despite that, in March, 2019, a penalty was imposed on Volkswagen, which was stayed by Your Lordships on May 6, 2019″, began Senior Advocate A. M. Singhvi for the petitioner.”I know, I was party to that order. But what has that got to do with the criminal prosecution?”, asked CJ S. A. Bobde.”The vehicle was purchased in 2018. For 2.5 years, there were no complaints or representations made to us. In connection with the NGT matter, we had come to the SC and there was immediate stay. While the matter is pending, this FIR was lodged where the allegations are same as the application before the NGT, the earlier complaint!”, argued Dr. Singhvi.”We have read all this. But why should the trial not go on? NGT will not determine the correctness of your action”, asked the CJ again.”There are only two allegations- cheat device and environmental damage…the same issues on which the NGT order was stayed, now the FIR has been filed. Till such time the SC considers, how can a new complaint start?”, Dr. Singhiv continued.”A criminal complaint is where the citizen says I have been cheated by the accused. A general order in relation to machine/motor will not decide that. The NGT order is a general one on the cheap device installed in the car. This is an in-personam proceeding saying that I have been cheated, I was told that there is no device in the car but it was there”, noted the CJ.”One lot of cars sold to the complainant has these devices. Maybe the dealer had installed them, we don’t know. How will the general order deal with this?”, he asked.Referring to the 1987 order of the SC in Sardool Singh, Dr. Singhvi cited that it was the opinion of the court that where the civil court is seized of the validity of the will and the matter is sub-judice, no criminal prosecution can commence on the allegation that the will was forced.”That was a different case. There was the same will in both the civil and criminal proceedings. Here, there are different cars. Can there not be a different car with different features and a cheat devise inserted? The allegation may be the same but the NGT was on a particular car which the complainant had bought… (‘NGT was also on the engine. They are not a particular car but on the generic allegation of the engine. The complainant in the NGT earlier and the complainant now are on the same allegation as to the engine’, advanced Dr. Singhvi)…the same kind of engine may also be fitted differently…we don’t prima facie agree with you “, observed the CJ.”Is criminal prosecution fair at this stage when they didn’t complain for over 2 years? Your Lordships consider the issue and the matter can restart after 2 years?”, pressed Dr. Singhvi.”They have accused officers here and outside also- Germany, Indonesia and all over the world!”, he continued.”There are many procedures by which you can secure yourself…we know that Volkswagen is a legendary motor vehicle manufacturer, we are admirers of it, we have had the highest respect for it since World War II…but you are wrong on the stage at which you are coming here”, observed the CJ.Senior Advocate Maninder Singh, for the complainant, submitted, “I have been personally cheated. The NGT is only on the environmental damage and the cheap device. It cannot conduct an investigation into my 7 cars! The civil and criminal proceedings, if maintainable, should be allowed to go on! 27 billion penalty has been imposed in 17 countries! They have been prosecuted all over the world! (‘This is irrelevant’, said the CJ)…and here, the HC kindly granted stay against arrest to them…”Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Homepage BannerNews Facebook By News Highland – September 25, 2019 Letterkenny to be HQ of new Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim garda division Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Twitter Facebook WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleIrish Water need to prioritise Ballindrait Tober supply – CrawfordNext article186 people presented at LUH ED since yesterday morning News Highland Google+ It’s just been announced that Letterkenny is to be the headquarters of the new garda division of Donegal, Sligo and Leitrim.The division will be part of a new North Western Region, which will have its headquarters in Galway and a Regional Superintendent based in Monaghan.Announcing the details of the changes this afternoon, Garda Commissioner Drew Harris said the new Operating Model has already commenced with the amalgamation of Regions, and it will be introduced into Divisions on a phased basis.However, he stressed divisions in the border Region are unlikely to see any significant change until further clarity is available on Brexit.The commissioner said a wide range of operational factors have been considered when deciding where the new Regional and Divisional Headquarters should be based. These factors included: population, geography, projected growth, crime trends and workload across a range of work streams.The other divisions in the region are Galway, with a regional headquarters in Galway, Mayo, Roscommon and Longford, with a regional headquarters in Castlebar, and Cavan, Monaghan and Louth, with its Regional Headquarters in Drogheda.***********************An Garda Siochana statement in full -An Garda Síochána Announces New Regional and Divisional Headquarters under new Operating ModelAn Garda Síochána has today announced the locations of the new Regional and Divisional Headquarters as part of the restructuring programme under the new Operating Model. The Regions will reduce from six to four and the Garda Divisions from 28 to 19.A wide range of operational factors have been considered when deciding where the new Regional and Divisional Headquarters should be based. These factors included: population, geography, projected growth, crime trends and workload across a range of work streams.The new Regional and Divisional Headquarters are:North Western RegionRegional Headquarters Murrough, Co. GalwayRegional Chief Superintendent Monaghan, Co. MonaghanDivisions and Headquarters in North Western RegionGalway Murrough, Co, GalwayMayo/Roscommon/Longford Castlebar, Co. MayoDonegal/Sligo/Leitrim Letterkenny, Co. DonegalCavan/Monaghan/Louth Drogheda, Co. LouthEastern RegionRegional Headquarters Kilkenny, Co. KilkennyRegional Chief Superintendent Kilkenny, Co. KilkennyDivisions and Headquarters in the Eastern RegionMeath/Westmeath Mullingar, Co. WestmeathLaois/Offaly/Kildare Portlaoise, Co. LaoisWexford/Wicklow Wexford, Co. WexfordWaterford/Kilkenny/Carlow Waterford, Co. WaterfordSouthern RegionRegional Headquarters Anglesea Street, Cork CityRegional Chief Superintendent Anglesea Street, Cork CityDivisions and Headquarters in the Southern RegionCork City Anglesea Street, Cork CityCork County Macroom (Bandon until new headquarters is built in Macroom)Kerry Tralee, Co. KerryLimerick Henry Street, LimerickClare/Tipperary Ennis, Co. ClareDublin Metropolitan RegionRegional Headquarters Harcourt Square, DublinRegional Chief Superintendent Harcourt Square, DublinDivisions and Headquarters in the DMRDMR North Ballymun, DublinDMR South Crumlin, DublinDMR North Central Store Street, DublinDMR South Central Kevin Street, DublinDMR East Dún Laoghaire, DublinDMR West Blanchardstown, DublinThe new Operating Model has already commenced with the amalgamation of Regions and will be introduced into Divisions on a phased basis. Divisions in the border Region are unlikely to see any significant change until further clarity is available on Brexit.Commissioner Harris said today, “Our new Operating Model will see larger Divisions with more resources. It will deliver increased Garda visibility in communities, as well more localised services. Resources will be strongly focused on community policing. Chief Superintendents and Superintendents will be empowered to make decisions on how policing is best delivered within their Divisions while working to a corporate framework. Superintendents will be located throughout the Divisions and will be supported by additional Sergeants and Inspectors.”In addition, our new Operating Model will enhance the investigation of crime through the delivery of a greater range of specialised services in local areas such as the investigation of sexual crime, domestic violence, cyber crime, and economic crime. 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