Acp Submits Unconditional Apology Before Hc For Failing To Present Case Diary, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms


Indore: Additional commissioner of police (ACP) Indore Manish Kapooria has tendered an unconditional apology before Indore bench of MP high court for failing to present a case diary in a bail application.

The submission was made after the court posted a hearing post lunch seeking ACP’s presence on Thursday during the hearing. The court on November 4 ordered for his presence before court during Thursday’s hearing in the case, but additional DCP (Zone-4) Prashant Chaubey and SHO Shashikant Chaurasia were present on his behalf in the morning.

Justice Rajendra Kumar Verma asked the police officials about the absence of ACP of the concerned police station and posted the hearing after lunch.

ACP Kapooria then appeared before court with DCP Choubey and SHO Chaurasia after lunch tendering an unconditional apology along with explanation supported with his affidavit submitting that they have not disobeyed the directions of the court.

ACP Kapooria also ensured that in near future, the case diary will be sent within time praying two weeks’ time in the case. The court directed to list the matter after two weeks.

The case relates to a FIR in Bhawarkuwan police station registered in June last year, wherein the police booked mother-son duo under section 452 (trespassing), 323, 294,506, 34 IPC, and of Prevention of atrocities (SC/ST) act.

The section of SC/ST act were increased in complaint two months after the incident, which was reported in April last year. The sons of two neighbours had a fight in the Ganesh Nagar area under the police station.

When the mother-son duo went to another party with complaints, they had an argument and scuffle. A police complaint was filed from both parties. The police registered cases under sections for preventive actions in April.

Later, the sections were increased in one complaint. So, the accused moved before court demanding anticipatory bail in the matter after the sessions court rejected their application.


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