UP News: Justice Ravi Kumar Diwakar, who came into the limelight after the Gyanvapi case in Varanasi, has been deeply hurt by the bureaucracy. While making a strong comment on the police administration, he said that the officers are also working to mislead the Chief Minister. He said that I am only afraid of God, not anyone else, if this continues, I will resign.
BJP MLA is from the illegal gate of Dr MP Arya’s hospital. On the orders of the court, the police registered a case against the Amin of the court who went to get it closed in the presence of the police administration. When Court Amin complained about this to the judge, he made a strong comment. He said that it seems that an attempt has been made to intimidate the judge by deliberately writing an FIR. This is a big attack on the judiciary.
Case registered against Amin
Minor Cause Judge Ravi Kumar Diwakar said in his order that I consider it necessary to mention the facts in this regard. In which the court Amin was discharging his duties in accordance with the order of the court. A first information report was registered against Amin by the local police. Section 78 of the Indian Penal Code 1860 is noteworthy in this regard. Section 78 provides that if any act is done in the course of the judgment and order of the court, it will not amount to an offence.
In the case in question, work was done by Amin in accordance with the order of the court. SDM Faridpur, CO Nawabganj, Tehsildar Nawabganj and police force were present on the occasion. When all the administrative officers were present, then merely registering a First Information Report against Amin is tantamount to directly intimidating the judiciary. The courage which has been shown by the district police administration by registering a first information report in this case. If the district police administration could use this courage against the criminals, some desired results would have been achieved.
What did the judge say?
When the writ permit was issued by the court on August 11, the police station chief Ashok Kumar Kamboj, 200-250 people were present at the disputed site. Therefore, there is a need for heavy police force, PAC force, rapid action force and executive magistrate to ensure compliance of the order of the court. Therefore, it is clear that the judgment debtor is such an effective person that even the local police could not get the order of the court to be complied with.
The judge further said that it is often seen that the officers of the district administration generally do not consider it proper to comply with the order of the court due to their arrogance or pride.
Even the administrative officers do not comply with the orders passed from time to time by the Allahabad High Court, Allahabad. Unless contempt proceedings are taken against them. In contempt proceedings, he is not summoned through NBW. Strict comments have also been made by the Supreme Court from time to time regarding non-compliance of the orders of the court regarding the administrative officers appointed in Uttar Pradesh. Even a common man is hardly aware that due to arrogance or arrogance of an administrative officer when he does not comply with the orders of the High Court.
Contempt proceedings are initiated against him and fine etc. is imposed on the concerned officer by the High Court. Then the Uttar Pradesh government goes to the Supreme Court against that order, then a huge amount of money is spent by the government, which is earned in the form of tax from the people of India. This leads to misuse of public money. The officers of the district administration do not keep things in front of the Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh in the right way, but keeping in view their personal interests, they keep things in front of the Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh.
Next hearing will be on September 26
The judge said that an offense punishable under sections 217 and 218 of IPC 1880 is made against the then police station chief Nawabganj Ashok Kumar Kamboj and the jurisdictional Nawabganj Chaman Singh Chavda, who filed the said FIR. In the above case, the above first information report would have been written without the oral instructions of the higher officials of the district. In my 13 years of judicial service, I have never seen that a First Information Report has been written because of Amin’s discharge of his duties in accordance with the order of the Court.
Therefore, IG Ramit Sharma Bareilly is expected to ensure that necessary action is taken in this regard. A copy of this order should also be sent to the Director General of Police, Police Headquarters, Lucknow and the Chief Secretary, Uttar Pradesh Government Secretariat, Lucknow for necessary action. At the same time, 26 September has been kept as the next date in this case.
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