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Posted 1 year ago

Sir., Good morning My neighbor has become a Noisy neighbor by whirring of kitchen appliances,Beating of vessels,Throwing of vessels from stove top shelf to ground tub kept for uncleaned vessels,Running mixer Grinder after 11:00 Pm,All works ends around 12:45 Am through the night causing Sound,Health hazards and disturbing sleep in night,It effects our mind,Comfort,Health,Peace of Liberty,It is not less than a mental torture leads to health loss,We all family members can't sleep because of such Nuisance.When Law is there To Right To Sleep.It Breaches Human Right to Live In Peace and Tranquility...I donot know how to prove the sound which exceeds more dbs in night,one press reporter is supporting in police station.kindly let me know how to take action legally. flushing out toilet water on road it reaches in front of my house,throwing garbage at the side of my house.

A. Lodge a complaint under section 8 of the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000 with the local police station to prevent such neighbour from playing loud music beyond standard limit of 45 DB(A) at odd hours of night. If police does not restrain them and/or confiscate the music system, and initiate a proceeding before the DM, then you can lodge a complaint with the SP/DC and thereafter approach HC by way of WP on police inaction. HC will give a direction on the police to register a complaint and take file a proceeding before the DM.

Alternatively you can lodge a complaint with the local police and file a complaint u/s 144(2) CrPC before the Executive Magistrate and get ex parte order restraining the opposite party from causing any nuisance and breach of peace. This order is effective for 60 days.

Contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya for filing the petition.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

My uncle has bribeb and created a false case on my family members thinking that my family will come for a compromise as there is a property issue(partition suit) going on in court and my family got injection order to stay at home. recently summons were given to my family.It says below sections are U/sec 323,355,506 r/w 34 IPC. Please help us what can do done legally to get out of this false charges implicated on us?

A. pl.surrender yourself by appearing in court of law and bail out from the court through some criminal advocate through vidhikarya.com
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Rahul Mishra

Posted 1 year ago

Sir, I am 23 years old and in relationship with a minor who is 15 years old. Her family is harassing her mentally and beat her frequently for no reason. Her family does not know about our relationship. She told me to escape and go any where else. Is it possible under law to live in with minor girl and get married after attainment of 18 years.

A. You are in big trouble of clash of law. Do you know that having sexual intercourse with a minor even though consent was given voluntarily by her attracts section 376 IPC and section 4/6 of POCSO Act.i suggest you to surrender to law and try to discuss your query with lawyer
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Posted 1 year ago

I have filled biagamy case against my husband. In my case more than 3 judges are involved. More than 3 monts they mentioned judgement in my case. But till now not delivered. Last one came after all procedure over. Now what he said is he wanna go through all papers relating my case. Already suomoto reopened. Clarification heard. But till now nothing will happen in my case. If there is delay of delivery of judgement means what I do. It have any impact in my case. I didn't go for judgement. I called the police. They told me that I won't come.

A. As per the Supreme Court ruling, no judgment should remain reserved for more than three month. If three months has lapsed, file an application in the high court with a prayer for early judgement.
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tirumala rao

Posted 1 year ago

True Extract of the Charge Sheet of A.O2 i.e.,m.tirumala rao In the Honourbale Court of IIIrd Addl. District And Sessions Judge cum Special Judge for ACB Cases,Visakhapatnam. # # # Between: State represented by the Inspector of Police, Anti Corruption Bureau,Visakhaaptnam Complinant And 1) D.Venkaiah Naidu , Sub Registrar A.O1 2) M.Tirumala Rao, Senior Asst., A.O2 3) UV Satyanarayana,Attender A.O3 4) G.Rama Rao,Private Person A.O4 CHARGE SHEET FLED UNDER SECTION 7,12,13(1)(a)(d) &(e) r/w 13(2) of PC Act, 1988 and 120-BIPC in CR No.02/RCt-Vsp/2011- of Anticorrutpion Bureau,Visakhaaptnam. Sri D.Venkata Naidu working as Joint Sub Registrar from 05.10.2010 to 28.01.2011. He is herein after referred as AO1, Sri M.Tirumala Rao worked as Senior Assistant from 11.06.2009 to 29.01.2011. He is herein after referred as AO2, Sri UV Satyanarayana, Attender from 27.02.2008 to 14.02.2011. He is herein after referred as AO3, Sri G.Rama Rao, Private person. He is herein after refered as AO4 and by virtue of the posted hedld by AOs 1 to 3, they falls under the category of public servant and defined under section 2© of PC At, 1988(central act 49 of 1988) and AO4 is private person. On credible information that Sri D.Venkaiah naidu(AO1) and his staff members collecting huge bribe amounts from the arties approaching them for registration of documents etc., trough unauthorized document writers and also indulging in corrupt activities by engaging private persons, the ACB(LW 60) along with his staff and mediators (LW 53 & 54) conducted surprised check on the office on 25.01.2011 at.5.p.m During the Surpise check, the personal Maruthi Swift car was parked in front of the Joint Sub Registrar Office, Madhurawada was intercepted bythe raid party and found AO1 alone sitting in the driver’s seat of the Maruthi Swift car, carrying a Laptop bag by his side. When searched his person and belongings, there is cash of Rs.66100/- along with some account slips wrapped in a white paper found in his Laptop bag. Further, there is personal cash of Rs.400/- found in his person. When LW60 questioned the AO1 about his possession of Rs.66100/-, he did not properly accounted for the same. The LW60 seized the said amount of Rs.66100/- and slips found in the possession of AO1. During the Surprise heck, some unauthorized Document Writers and Asst. Document Writers namely 1)NV Satyanarayana(LW45), 2.V.Santhosh(LW.46), 3.N.P.Chandra Rao(LW.47),4.M B Rama Raju(LW.48) and 5.R.Srinivasa rao(LW.49) wwere found present un-authorizedly, in side the office premises of Joint Sub Registrar, Madhurawada and there is cash of Rs.85810/- found in their possession and the same was seized. There are two unauthorized private assistants namely 1)G.Rama Rao(AO 4) and 2.G.Lakshmi(LW.2) also found present in the office of Joint Sub Registrar, Madhurawada and there is cash of Rs.2800/- found in their possession and the same was seized. There is a green and orange colour plastic wire bag belongs to AO.4 containing a cash of Rs.103600/- along with -2- account slips found in the record room of the Sub Registrar Office. It is revealed that the AO.1 demanding bride for himself, his staff AOs.2 to 3 and D.Nookaraju,JA, B.Ganesh,Shroff, S.Appa rao,Office subordinate, M.Gopichand, SA from the parities approaching for registration collecting the bribe amount directly or through document writers and AO3, keeping the so collected bribe amount along with account slips containing the details of bribe collected for each document with AO.4 and apportion the collected bribe amount between AOs 1 to 3 and other staff members. The account slips seized from the laptop bag of AO1 and wire bag of AO4 contains the details of the illegal amounts collected, from the claimants of the documents, expenditure incurred and shars of AO1 and his staff members. On the strength of the Surprise check report, the DSP,ACB,Vsp(LW.60) registered a case against the AO1 as a case in Cr.No.02/RCO-ACB-VSP/2011 u/s 13(1)(d) & (e) r/w 13(2) of PC Act 1988 of ACB,Viskhapatnm and investigated into the matter. AO1 was arrested by LW.60 on 28.1.2011 at 15.30 hours after explaining him the grounds of arrest and produced before the Court for judicial remand. Later he was released on bail on 11.2.2011. LW.60 further entrusted the investigation to LW61 Sri BVS Nageswara Rao,Inspector,ACB. The LW 61 took up further investigation and recorded the statements of LW 1 to 52 u/s 161 of CRPC. During the course of investigation account slips said to have contains handwritings to AO2 & AO3 and admitted handwritings of AO2&3 were sent to Director,APFSL through the Court for comparison. After careful examination LW58 opinioned that there are similarities between the writings marked S.1 to S.22 and the writings marked Q.1 to Q.4. LWs3 to 37 are the some the claimants of the sale deeds who purchased the properties and got them registered at Sub Registrar Office and obtained ECs were examined. Thus the facts and material so gathered, during the course of investigation revealed that the AO1 while working as Sub Registrar, AO2 & AO3 and other staff members in furtherance of their conspiracy,habitually, demanding and accepting bribe amount, by abusing their official position, for doing official favour to register the sale deeds from the parties approaching for registration through document writers for himself and for AO2,3 and other staff members. They apportioned the so collected bribe amount between them AO1 to 3 and other staff member in keeping the collected bribe amount along with account slips, in his custody. Further, the AO1 is found in possession of R.66100/- and AO 2 & 3 and other staff members could not properly accounted for Rs.103600/-. Hence, the AO 1to 3 is liable for punishment u/s PC Act.1988. The Govt. being the competent authority issued prosecution sanction orders against AO 1 to 3 vide GO Ms.No.332,333,334 dt.09.09.2015 of the Special Chief Secretary to Govt,Revenue(Vigilance.II),Department. Further, the Govt of A.P Revenue(Vig.II) vide memo No.1828/Vig.II(1)/2011-9 dt.09.09.2015 issued instructions to file part.B note against Sri B.Ganesh,Shroff,S.Appa rao,Office Subordinate before the TDP(Tribunal for Disciplinary Proceedings), submit DCAs against D.Nookaraju JA instead of prosecution and also issued orders vide memo No.3828/Vig.II(1)/2011-13, Rev.Vig.II Dept dt.13.02.2017 to furnish DACs against M.Gopichand,SA before the Commissioner of inquiries instead of prosecution. As Sri G.Rama Rao(AO4) is a private person and no prosecution sanction order is required to prosecute him u/s 12 of PC Act.1988. Sd/- Inspect of Police ACB,Vsp. (Contd..3..) -3- In addition to the charge-sheet, the list of the Witnessess total 64 persons contains in the memo of evidence also filed by the ACB in the Court. My observations: 1. Neither I have arrested nor un-authorized found by the ACB during the Surprise Check as well as I have no pending official favour. 2. AO4 (G.Rama Rao, Private Person) is expired now. 3. In the FSL report it was opinioned that there are some similarities not exactly matched with my handwritings. So how to counter the aforesaid charge sheet for my-side as well as how to discharge from this case. Further, what are the legal grounds to discharge? Kindly examine the case and to guide me to disharge and is there any precedence on this kind of cases under PC Act.(Related case laws with citations).

A. I agree with Advocate Deepak Bade, you need to engage a senior counsel who will go through all case records and documents carefully and what strategy to be adopted for your early discharge. If you're unable to find one, you may request Vidhikarya for allotting a senior counsel.
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Nandanan Menon

Posted 1 year ago

I am an accused in case...main accused A1 is absconding from date one...now trial is over and is posted for arguements...in the fir ....main accused belongs to Andhra Pradesh(a.p address)...but in the charge sheet he belongs to Kerala(Kerala address given)...prosecution has not produced any evidence to prove that both are the same..i.o is not examined because he is no more....if accused belongs to a.p then he has no connection with other accused....if he belongs to Kerala he had not committed any crime..police has not submitted any explanation for this ...as of now there are two different persons....identity of actual offender is not proved.....I want to argue the case myself...can I bring this point at the time of arguement?

A. Hallo sir , under which offence you are accused? Kindly provide all information of your accusations.hire vidhikarya lawyer for further legal procedure.
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In an auction the auctioning authoroty allowed mr.A to participate in the auction. Actually A was not an eligible bidder.auctioner knew this well...but asA became the highest bidder he submitted a forged cheque which was returned later...both tthe offer and acceptance were illegal and against public policy..when cfhheque was returned and it came to publicity auctioning authority filed criminal complaint against the bidder for forgery and cheating.....actually both were wrong doers...police in the chargesheet is silent about the bidders eligibility and how he participated in auction..will the criminal complaint stand in court?

A. You should be file complaint u/s 200 of crpc.
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Sir, Recently I given complaint to my area Police station against my neighbours. They hitting my bike, damage it, block my path intentially, threatening me, tracking my day today activities, making more noise with kids and damaging my house also.. The police didn't take any action against them even I gave some proofs in pendrive. Some political influenced persons behinds to them. What can I do to take action against them legally??? I want to punish them legally since they intentially disturbing both me and my mother past five years. I can't tolerate their illegal activities.

A. Hello,
Directly you could not approach to the commissioner, but you already made 3times report to police station then you again moved to the commissioner of police that the said PSO PS could not taken action against your report.
Except that if commissioner also not taken action then you moove to the JMFC court for registering of FIR.
You should contact your nearby Advocate who properly guide you.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

Iam living in dubai.i have cases in ichapuram court .but till iam not recieved any notice or nothing regarding this .but i know there is case .i want to settle this case .its cheque case

A. Kindly contact with vidhikarya lawyer for all legal procedure.
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