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Last chance to check MV Act violations

EXPRESSING CONCERN over the government?s failure to check plying of vehicles with tinted glasses, unauthorised red/ blue beacons and hooters in compliance of its orders passed on June 23, 2006, a division bench of the High Court here on Thursday granted one month?s time as the last opportunity to the State Government to comply with its order. The bench passed the above order on a review petition filed by one Hari Shanker Jain, who sought a review of the court?s order dated June 23, 2006 on the ground that it had not been complied with by the authorities.

india Updated: Dec 08, 2006 11:33 IST

EXPRESSING CONCERN over the government’s failure to check plying of vehicles with tinted glasses, unauthorised red/ blue beacons and hooters in compliance of its orders passed on June 23, 2006, a division bench of the High Court here on Thursday granted one month’s time as the last opportunity to the State Government to comply with its order. The bench passed the above order on a review petition filed by one Hari Shanker Jain, who sought a review of the court’s order dated June 23, 2006 on the ground that it had not been complied with by the authorities.

The court further directed the chief judicial magistrates (CJMs) all over the State to make a random survey about the compliance of its June 23 judgement and file a report in the court by January 20, 2007.

 The court registrar general was directed to circulate the order passed today along with the operative portion of the court’s original June 23 judgement to all the CJMs within 10 days.

The matter shall come up for hearing on January 31, next yearOn June 23, a division bench of the High Court, while deciding on a public interest litigation (PIL) filed against flag ran notation of the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act, had issued detailed guidelines to be followed by the State and the concerned authorities until framing of necessary laws and bye-laws.

Husband sentenced for not letting wife meet son

A DISTRICT court in Muzaffarnagar on Thursday, has sentenced a person to 14 days imprisonment for defying its order on a meeting between his separated wife and their son, a PTI report said.

Abdulla, who had been directed by the court to arrange a meeting of his son with his wife every fortnight, was sentenced for the contempt of court.

In an earlier order, magistrate Farah Matloob had asked him to arrange the meeting. Abdulla’s wife Sanuja Begum, who lives separately, had filed a
suit seeking maintenance from her husband and custody of their 13-year-old son.