HC to Yamuna Nagar SP: why you did not ship personnel to take custody of convicts

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The division bench of Justices Rajiv Sharma and Lalit Batra within the order stated, “It is a serious lapse on the part of the Yamuna Nagar SP. A separate notice be issued to the SP, returnable on 19.07.2019, to explain as to why police force has not been sent today.”

The Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom has sought an evidence from the police superintendent (SP) of Yamuna Nagar district for his failure to ship police personnel to courtroom for taking custody of 4 convicts on Monday.
The convicts had been sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment for culpable murder not amounting to homicide.

The division bench of Justices Rajiv Sharma and Lalit Batra within the order stated, “It is a serious lapse on the part of the Yamuna Nagar SP. A separate notice be issued to the SP, returnable on 19.07.2019, to explain as to why police force has not been sent today.”

Info relating to the order was additionally ordered to be handed on to the Haryana DGP. On Tuesday, the division bench of Justice Sharma in the same listening to of quantum of sentence had directed the state dwelling secretary to provoke disciplinary proceedings in opposition to the Karnal SP for failing to ship custody certificates of 9 convicts to the courtroom.

Within the Yamuna Nagar case, the state counsel through the listening to on Monday knowledgeable the courtroom that the district SP had been knowledgeable of the date of listening to, however no police personnel had been current. The convicts had been therefore taken into custody by Panchkula Police after the listening to.

On Might 7, the division bench within the Yamuna Nagar case from 2000, had modified the conviction from Part 302 to Part 304 Half I and requested the convicts — who had been on bail — to seem earlier than it on Monday for a listening to relating to quantum of sentence.

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