Contempt of court: Cop asked to deposit fine
CIVIL JUDGE (senior division) Avinash Chandra Tripathi of Kanpur City asked the police representative to deposit a fine of Rs 150 immediately. The SP Traffic had been ordered on December 17, 2005 to deposit Rs 50 and Rs 100, 2006 on March 2 against contempt of court charges.india Updated: May 31, 2006 00:03 IST
CIVIL JUDGE (senior division) Avinash Chandra Tripathi of Kanpur City asked the police representative to deposit a fine of Rs 150 immediately. The SP Traffic had been ordered on December 17, 2005 to deposit Rs 50 and Rs 100, 2006 on March 2 against contempt of court charges.
A press communiqué issued by general secretary of the Central Bar Association Praveen Fighter said that the court had put a stay on helmet wearing. But, the police are still issuing challans to two-wheeler rider for not putting on helmet.
Fighter along with a group of advocates made their representation before the court against the helmet checking drive of the police.
Besides, they also brought in the notice of the court the non-payment of fine by the SP Traffic. They pleaded for contempt of court action against the police authorities concerned. According to Fighter, court took serious note of the lapses made by the police and ordered custody of police representative, but after requests, it asked the police to pay the fine of Rs 150 immediately. The other advocates, who accompanied Fighter were Suersh Chandra Mishra, Vinod Srivastva, Awdhesh Kumar, KK Gupta, MP Sharma and Pradeep Srivastva.
Court allows police custody remand
CJM Harish Tripathi of Kanpur Dehat allowed police custody remand of five double murder accused from 6 pm on May 30, 2006 to 11 pm on June 1, 2006 to recover country made pistol and other sharp-edged arms.
On May 15, 2006 two people of village Gugoli were killed over a dispute and all five accused Dashrath Singh, Kuwar Singh, Mahesh Singh, Ramu Singh, Jangbhadur Singh and Basant Singh were taken into judicial custody.
The IO of the case and station officer of the Moossanagar S-I Ramswaroop had pleaded the court for remand of the accused to recover the arms used in murder.