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Tarun Sarkar

Posted 2 weeks ago

What are the limits of the police station and the police officers in the station? Are common people allowed to take pictures in a police station? Can they confiscate your phone for clicking pictures in the station premises? If yes then what else can they delete? Can they arrest someone or even threaten to arrest that person for taking pictures of the station?

A. Every thing is possible. Making issues with police is unwise unless you a big politician
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E Vivek

Posted 1 month ago

Anti corruption bureau How many days is mandatory bail in ACB cases.

A. Dear client there is no such type limitation mentioned .Kindly go through experienced lawyer
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Hi, I filed a complaint (GD) against the unwarranted , derogatory and threatening incident . Police didn't responded and then I wrote letters to senior officials to attend the same and lastly when nothing happened, I put a public Grievance after which the Police Chowki in charge called both parties and matter was resolved taking resolution statement from me (Complainant). Now I want a copy of this statement/Closure statement ..But inspector said this Cannot be given except with RTI . This seem to be unjustified as Initially, before going the grievance way, the complaint was lodged as a Police complaint. Are they correct in saying so.

A. I am not writing how to get the closure report as that part has already been taken care of by the other panel advocates in this forum. In addition to that for your understanding a closure report by police cannot be accepted as gospel truth, as police is not the final authority on people complaints. A closure report is not the end of prosecution. You have a right to file your complaint before a magistrate narrating identical charges. If you can prove the allegations with the help of witnesses and their statements following the laid down procedure, then despite the closure report there can be prosecution. However, you will have a better chance to make out your prosecution against the accused if you could bring out additional evidence, or point out existence of adequate evidence on record against the accused.
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swastik kumar

Posted 3 months ago

i have given 5500 to a RTO agent in PUNE for registraion of my two wheeler in pune RTO and get the bill. he took the money for last 30days. still he just doing anything. now i search for internet pages and find out they did like this with non marathi people as they can't get help to get the money back or do the work. I have all the recording of phone call where he always tell me, today must or tomorrow .but he doing nothing. is there any help i can get from police?

A. You can file complaint of cheating u/s 420 and breach of trust. Send him legal notice through lawyer.
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hitesh bhardwaj

Posted 4 months ago

Can court serve summon from court to court without the involvement of Police?

A. Dear Sir, Court has vast powers and if private complaint filed then summons can be issued. It can issue summons to witnesses also.
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Dear Sir, I filed a complaint against the SHO, ATO, AND SI to vigilance, DCP etc. against charge sheet filed by them, "not in proper sections that attract against the accused persons, collusion with accused persons and other lacunae" in filed charge sheet. Then i filed a RTI asking the DCP for action taken on my complaint against the SHO & othrs. Shockingly i got the Enquiry report document in RTI reply prepared by the same ACCUSED SHO stating that the enquiry has been done and charge sheet has already been filed in hon'ble court hence complainant free to approach the hon'ble court if he (I am) is not satisfied with the filed charge sheet. We are having the next hearing on 23rd of June on misc. application by me to get the Status Report on the additional charge sheet to be file by police and other allegations against the SHO & othrs such as collusion with accused people and protest petition in same case. Q1.) Do SHO is eligible to file the enquiry report to ACP on complaint which is made against same SHO and others of the same PS? Q2.) Can i show that RTI document to hon'ble judge and ask him to take the cognizance against SHO AND OTHERS. Q4.) Please suggest other request/actions we can ask the hon'ble court on next hearing against SHO and others police staff and other accused people in the case.

A. No one can be judge in his own case. Move High Court under 482 Crpc and set aside the inquiry report and file pray for reinvestigation
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Yatish Khandelwal

Posted 5 months ago

Sir, Today when i was riding my scooty at that time one police man from near polic post of my area stopped me and asked me to proof the evidence but I am failed to prove hard copy so.He said me to take on your documents to police station and just by showing your licence and registerion you will just get your vehicle back in 15minutes but when I arrived there they had said me a hefty proceeding in which I have to submit 11rupee ticket and some other documents the officer had lied to me and make my day ruin and now It will take 3days to get it back so what action can I take against him

A. You cannot initiate any action against the Police as whenever you are riding your vehicle you should have proper document and produce at once when demanded by the police.You should have politely and peacefully settled the issue, now any action on your part will go against your interest.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

Sir, I made a complaint against SHO, ATO, and SI with vigilance and Dcp for not filling proper charge sheet and colluding with accused people in Hon'ble court. Now through RTI I received the status that vigilance and Dcp fwd my complaint to Acp for enquiry. In same RTI I received a copy of report prepared by same accused SHO to Acp that I (complainant )if not satisfied with filed charge sheet than I could move to court. 1. Is there not a duty of vigilance and Dcp to set up the enquiry against erring police officials? 2. Accused Sho is filing report on allegations against himself. Is it legal? 3. In RTI, I received 2 reply 1 is that enquiry is pending with Acp and 2 They provided the report prepared by accused Sho? What does it mean? What are the remedy available now?

A. 1. The Writ petition will have to be filed with high court to summon the IO to provide his / her justification for why he / she not filing the charge sheet. 2. discuss with your current lawyer on the same.
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Anupam Baxi

Posted 6 months ago

Respected sir..i was an employee of a renowned company..due to some suspicious act in the workfield i reported to the higher authority against two of my colleagues..as they were influencial no action has taken against them rather i became the victim...the authority then started to harass me by transferring me here and there and far from my home..when it gone extreme i had to quit the job...i want to complain before the dgm regarding this...may i lodge a general diary in ps against the harassers to emphasize my complain and how far will it fruitful..please help....

A. Dear Sir, You can complain to the police and let the police investigate and take action.
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Jatin Ahuja

Posted 6 months ago

Sir! Main parso side beer pi raha tha ek ploce wale ne pKad kiya bike ka linecess rakho or cout case bana diya mere alcohol level 37 mg / 100 ml hain may u tell how fine s punishment

A. DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE. This statement has been repeated a million times world over and yet people continue to drink and drive, believing that accidents cannot happen to them. Chilling statistics prove drunken driving is a major cause of accidents. India has the highest number of road accidents in the world killing 1,34,000 people every year. Of this 70% or over 93,800 cases are due to consumption of alcohol. Across cities in India, police have been setting up check points to curb the menace of drunken driving and prosecuting offenders. Fines and jail terms still aren’t enough and accidents continue to rise. India in fact has among the lowest limits for alcohol levels in blood, but still our road accidents and alcohol-related cases are higher than most parts of the developed world. What does the law say? Police measure blood alcohol content (BAC) by using a breathalyzer. The legal limit of alcohol content in blood is 0.03% or 30mg per 100ml of blood. If a person driving a car has a BAC level of 30mg per 100 ml of blood, he or she can be booked under section 185 of the Motor Vehicle Act, which consists of imprisonment of up to six months or fine of up to Rs. 2,000 or both. For a subsequent offence within three years, the prison term can extend up to 2 years with a fine of Rs. 3,000 or both. One’s reflexes while driving a motor vehicle can be impaired with a blood alcohol content of anything above zero. Even things like cough syrups and certain health tonics such as Waterbury’s compound contain alcohol, which can be detected in the blood stream, but in small quantities. This is why most manufacturers of such tonics and cough syrups also print stern warnings on the labels about not driving or operating machinery after consuming these medicines. Statistic show that people with even a small percentage of alcohol in their bloodstream are 2.5 times more likely to be involved in an accident than those who don’t have alcohol. So just how much alcohol does it take to cross the legal limit? How much is too much? Ideally, any alcohol is too much. However, since the law stipulates a maximum limit of 30 mg per 100 ml of blood, one would think it is perfectly legal to have a couple of drinks and then drive home. But think again. This limit can very easily be crossed before you know it. Alcohol absorption in the blood stream is affected by two things – the body mass of the person and the amount of hydration or water content in the body. Those of you who do enjoy your drinks, would have noticed that some days it takes a few more drinks than other days to get tipsy and sometimes it takes very little. First let’s take a look at just how much alcohol content there is in common alcoholic drinks: Alcoholic drink / serving size Alcohol percentage Total ml of alcohol in 1 serving Regular beer (330 ml or 1 pint) 4% 13.2 ml of alcohol Regular whisky (30 ml or 1 small) 43% 12.9 ml of alcohol Regular wine (100 ml or 1 glass) 12% 12 ml of alcohol Virginia Tech University had conducted a study to see just how much alcohol one can consume and what percentage of blood alcohol content that relates to. Here are the findings. For an average adult male who weighs about 65 Kg these are the limits. To stay within the legal limit this is what he can consume: • 2 pints of beer (660 ml) Or • 1 large whisky (60 ml) Or • 2 glasses of wine (200 ml) Alcohol remains in the body and is metabolized slowly by the liver and the rest is excreted through urine, sweat and breath. It takes a while for this process to take place, and it’s always safer to wait for its effect to wear off before you try driving again. How long after a drink can you drive? Research has shown that it takes about one hour to process about 9.5 ml of alcohol in the body. The above data is the maximum amount you can consume to stay within the legal limit. But it’s always safer to drive without any sort of alcoholic influence. This means that if you’ve had even a pint of beer, you will need to wait at least 90 minutes after you’ve had that drink to be able to drive again without being affected by alcohol. If you’ve had one large whisky, you will have to wait at least three hours before you can drive without being affected by alcohol. However, trace amounts of alcohol will continue to remain in the bloodstream for up to 12 hours. If you’ve had a drink, what can you do? Sometimes on social occasions with friends one does have a drink. Try to stick to the above limits and wait it out before you drive back. But if you can’t there are some services now that can help out. You can easily call a radio taxi from EasyCabs or Meru for instance to come pick you up and drop you home. EasyCabs also offers an “Easy Driver” service in some cities in India, where you can request a driver to come and drive you home in your own car. The other option if you are out drinking with a group of friends is to have one designated driver for the evening, who won’t drink and is responsible for ferrying everyone home safely. If you party often in a group, you can have a rotation system of designated drivers each time you go out. Skoda recently had a campaign for its customers, valid till end may, which stated “You drink, we drive”, where Skoda owners could call the company (http://www.skoda-auto.co.in/ind/pages/ifyoudrinkwedrive.aspx) and a chauffeur would be deployed to drive the customer home. But the easiest solution is “DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE”. CarToq encourages you to share this information with people you think would find it useful. Please drive safe and be a responsible citizen. High security registration plates to become mandatory in Delhi from May 1st! Posted on May 7, 2012 by CarToq Editor High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) will soon be mandatory across for all motor vehicles running in India. The rule has already become mandatory in New Delhi from May 1st, 2012 onwards and for all old vehicles running in Delhi; the last date to replace the existing number plates with the HSRP is June 15th, 2012. Photo: This is how registration plates in Delhi will look in the near future The implementation of HSRP has already begun in few states such as Kerala, Manipur and other states will follow suit. HSRP prices are Rs. 69 for a two wheeler, Rs. 86 for a three wheeler and Rs. 214 for a four wheeler. The prices are quite affordable and at par with the prices of ordinary number plates we use at present. HSRPs are made of aluminium; they have special markings and a laser hologram. The laser hologram will have a hidden 7-digit number than can only be decoded by special laser cameras. The HSRPs are secure because they have a non-reusable snap lock which means that the number plate becomes obsolete once it is broken or removed from the vehicle. HSRP will be useful for traffic police authorities to identify a vehicle accurately even from a distance. The laser cameras may also be installed on important roads to track speeding vehicles. HSRPs will make life difficult for criminals who use duplicate or new number plates on their cars while committing crimes. HSRPs will likely force road users to follow traffic rules. This is a good move by road authorities to introduce HSRPs for all vehicles. (Photo Courtesy: The Hindu ) Nissan Sunny XL vs. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga ZDi: Buy the sedan, or the mini-MPV? Posted on May 7, 2012 by CarToq Editor CarToq community member Harleen Singh Rawal asked the community which car he should buy. His choices were the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga ZDI and the Nissan Sunny XLD. Here we find out which of the two cars makes more sense. Let’s take a look at how the two vehicles stand up against each other. Price The Ertiga ZDI is priced at Rs. 8.45 lakh costs more than the Sunny XL that is priced at 8.12 lakh. So for someone on a strict budget the Sunny is more sensible. Even in terms of fuel efficiency the Sunny with a mileage of 21.6 Kmpl is a little more than the Ertiga’s 20.77 Kmpl figure. Performance and handling The Ertiga makes 89 Bhp of power which is more than the Sunny’s 85 Bhp but both the cars have the same torque (200 Nm). Neither the Sunny nor the Ertiga are cars that are big on power and performance, both of them are ideal for sedate driving. However if we had to pick one then the Sunny diesel is better thanks to its lightweight body. Space and comfort There is no beating the Sunny when it comes to space but that is if you are comparing it to a five seater. The Sunny is longer than the Ertiga, but the Ertiga is taller while they are both equally wide. So if headroom is more important the Ertiga is better especially since it can also be used as a seven seater, when required. But if you were to carry only five passengers then the Sunny with its 636 mm of rear seat legroom is much better than Ertiga. Even in terms of luggage space the Sunny has an edge. With only the third row of the Ertiga folded it has 480 litres of boot space. The Sunny which is only a five seater has 490 litres of luggage space. So it’s more about your needs and an outright winner cannot be picked here.Also read: Nissan Sunny vs. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga: Comparison Features The Sunny XL and the Ertiga ZDI aren’t very different in terms of features. The Sunny does have some tricks up its sleeves though; it comes with Automatic climate control, an intelligent key with push button start and electric folding mirrors. These features aren’t available on the Ertiga. The only features that the Ertiga ZDi has and the Sunny doesn’t is a rear wash and wipe, otherwise the Sunny is clearly a better choice. Given below are some responses that the community gave to Harleen’s question. Take a look: CarToq Expert Babychen Mathew told Harleen that “If you want a car that can seat five people in ok comfort and two with some compromises by everyone, then the Ertiga is the right car. Also, if you want flexible luggage space in the back (folding rear seat, folding middle row etc) lots of space then. On the other hand, if you want a car to ferry to five people in great comfort, then the Sunny wins easily. It has amazing space for five people. So if usually you travel with family and kids etc and pick up guests and friends, then go for the Ertiga. If you want a car with maximum comfort for five go for the Sunny.” Another CarToq Expert Aravindhan suggested that: “If you are planning to keep the vehicle for 8 – 10 years, then it must be a Maruti because, service and maintenance costs should be given more importance. Hence, you should go for the Ertiga because Maruti is known for low maintenance and service costs.” CarToq Expert Roshun Povaiah seconds Aravindhan’s opinion and stated that easy access to service network and availability of spares should be Harleen’s priorities. He said that Maruti has a well-established network and Nissan is still in the process of expanding its service network. In terms of utility the Sunny diesel is good for a family of four and luggage, while the Ertiga offers you more all round flexibility. It can be used to ferry four with luggage or seven people for a short trip in the city if needed. Which car do you think is better and why? Share your views in the comments
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