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NEWS OF THE DAY

Gujarat High court Deny Temporary Bail Of Rape Accused Ashram Bapu

The Gujarat High Court Wednesday denied temporary bail to Ashram Bapu, who had sought the release because he was 84 years old and susceptible to contracting Covid-19 in jail Lodged in a prison in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, Ashram was convicted in a case of sexual assault on a minor. He is also facing trial in a rape case in Gandhi Nagar court and so had approached the court seeking temporary bail for four months on various grounds. Ashrams’ lawyers claiming that there were high chances of him getting infected in Rajasthan’s jails. They had pointed out that he has been in judicial custody for several years now and that he is suffering from various diseases as well. Similar grounds were taking by ashram lawyer in March for bail application .the court and state government give direction to jail authority to take proper measures and precaution for COVID 19. The high court found no new ground in the bail application and it rejected by the high court

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  • Posted On Fri, 05 Jun 2020 07:41 PM

KERELA HC REJECTS BAIL OF A MURDER ACCUSED

The accused named Safarshah was charged with kidnapping, rape, and murder of a 17 yr old girl. A statutory bail application was filed as the accused had the right to statutory bail under sec 167CRPC. The court granted the earlier bail which was filed dated 12.5.20. The public prosecutor pointed out a mistake made by the counsel and again filed a petition for not granting bail to the accused as the offenses are grave and even the counsel had not filed a charge sheet even after 90 days of filing. The court observed that there shall be trust between the bar and bench and hence accepts the apology of the counsel for that same. The court canceled the bail application made under sec 439(2) CRPC.

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  • Posted On Fri, 05 Jun 2020 07:40 PM

SIGNATURES ON A BLANK PAPER WILL NOT AMOUNT TO FORGERY: KERELA HC

The accused was charged with forging signatures of the appellant on 3 blank papers affixed with revenue stamps and on a 50rs stamp paper. This case raised issues such as whether signing on a blank paper would amount to false documents and be charged under sec 468 IPC and whether a blank paper only having a signature be called a ‘’ document’’. The court in lieu of the issues observed that as per the definition of Document under sec 29 IPC It cannot be established that the documents are faulty and even noted that forcing a person to sign on a blank paper will not amount to false document and shall further be not punishable under sec 468 IPC and held the charges against the accused as fleeting.

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  • Posted On Fri, 05 Jun 2020 07:39 PM

Centre declares Standard Operating Procedure for Pilgrimage, Malls, Offices and Restaurants

The Centre has declared Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)to be followed in pilgrimage, offices, malls, and restaurants, specifically, all these places shall be closed in containment zone. Only those religious places, malls, offices, and restaurants will be opened which are located outside of containment zone with following full precaution measures. The order read as a social distancing of at least 6 feet to be followed, use of face covers/masks to be made mandatory, respiratory etiquettes to be strictly followed, practice frequent hand washing with soap and alcohol bases sanitizers, spitting is strictly prohibited, use of Aarogya Setu App shall be advised to all and self-monitoring of health by all and reporting any illness at the earliest to state and district helpline.

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  • Posted On Fri, 05 Jun 2020 07:38 PM

A PIL DEMANDING DE SEALING OF THE DELHI BORDERS

A PIL was filed in the Delhi HC against the order by the Delhi govt, which stated the sealing of the Delhi border. The petitioner argued that the sealing is causing trouble for the people who want to enter Delhi from regions like NCR, Gurugram and Noida or other states for Medical emergencies. The petitioner further mentioned that the order is illegal and authoritarian in nature, and is violative of Art 14, 19, & 21 of the Constitution. MR. Sanjay Ghose appeared on behalf of Delhi Govt and informed that the order does not violate any right as the citizens can enter the state of Delhi by issuing an e- pass. The Delhi HC rejected the PIL and directed the Delhi govt. to upload the order which directed the sealing of the borders of Delhi so that the citizens would be aware.

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  • Posted On Thu, 04 Jun 2020 07:28 PM

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