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“New found Behavior Amongst Citizens of Disobeying Law”: Allahabad HC in application challenging proceedings in a criminal case [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 14 Oct 2020 2:41am

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An application was made in Allahabad High Court challenging the proceedings of Case Crime No. 8475 of 2019 State vs Ali Hasan and others (arising out of Case Crime No. 113 of 2019), under Sections 147 (Punishment for rioting), 148 (Rioting, armed with a deadly weapon), 149 (Every member of unlawful assembly guilty of the offense committed in prosecution of common object), 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt)IPC, P.S. Syohara, District Bijnor. 

The application was heard by Justice J.J Munir on 8th October, Thursday. The case arises out on the allegations that two young men were asked to stop their two-wheelers for the purpose of a roadside checking by police personnel. They did not stop but moved ahead. This led to an accident where both young men received injuries. They were dispatched to medical care by the police personnel. Soon thereafter a big congregation assembled, who indulged in protest against the police. They blocked the road and prevented vehicle movement. They assaulted the police with sticks and iron rods. The congregation comprises some 200-300 men. They also threw brickbats at the police leading to two policemen, Constable Vipin Kumar and Constable Yashpal sustaining injuries.

The application was made by two young men who were the part of an unlawful assembly who attacked the police. The applicant in their application through their learned counsel stated that “he is one of the many persons credited with the role of rioting and the evidence against them is all cooked up. There is absolutely no tangible… Continue Reading...


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