TWENTY YEARS RIGOROUS IMPRISONMENT AND FINE OF RS.30,20,000/- TO GURMEET RAM RAHIM SINGH IN SEXUAL EXPLOITATION CASE

CBI
TWENTY YEARS RIGOROUS IMPRISONMENT AND FINE OF RS.30,20,000/- TO GURMEET RAM RAHIM SINGH IN SEXUAL EXPLOITATION CASE Press Release New Delhi, 28.08.2017 The Special Judge, CBI Cases has today sentenced Shri Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, Head of Dera Sacha Sauda, Sirsa (Haryana) to undergo following sentences in a case related to sexual exploitation of two Sadhvis at Dera Sacha Sauda:- Victim- A For offence u/s 376 of IPC Rigorous Imprisonment for 10 years along with fine of Rs.15.00 l...
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Losses Caused to Property to be recovered from Dera Sacha Sauda – Punjab & Haryana High Court – August 26, 2017

As followers of the controversial godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh went on a rampage and destroyed properties across Haryana, Punjab and even in Delhi, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled that all losses caused to property be recovered from Dera Sacha Sauda.     Latest high Court Orders:   Order Dated 24 August 2017     Order Dated 25 August 2017     Order Dated 26 August 2017
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Blanket Pre Arrest Bail / Blanket Anticipatory Bail

Bail (suspension of sentence)
  One of the ways by which husband and his relatives can protect themselves from false prosecution under sections 406 & 498A of IPC is by filing for a Blanket Pre Arrest Bail / Blanket Anticipatory Bail, such that an advance notice can be given to the petitioners before the police takes any coercive action. However, this remedy is to be used sparingly and in extraordinary cases only. The Supreme Court has cautioned sessions and High Courts against giving blanket protection to the a...
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Even After Conviction You Can Be Acquitted On The Basis Of A Compromise

Stay of Conviction
  To compound means “to settle a matter by a money payment, in lieu of other liability.” In criminal law, the power to compound the offence is at the discretion of the victim. The perpetrator cannot demand for compounding of the offence. Section 320 of Cr. P.C. provides a list of offences which are compoundable directly and clause (2) provides a list which may be compounded with the permission of the court. Compounding has been permitted during the stage of Appeal and revision in High ...
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Suspension of Sentence in case covered by Daler Singh case

Bail (suspension of sentence)
In a recent judgment dated May 25, 2017 in a case filed by Singh Lawyers titled as BACHITER SINGH VS STATE OF HARYANA (CRM-3212-2017 IN CRA-S-5286-SB-2015). Applicant-appellant was convicted and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for ten years and to pay a fine of `1 lac for the offence punishable under Section 15 of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985. As per custody certificate, applicant/appellant has already undergone about 3 years 11 months and 2 days of imprisonme...
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High Court Issues Direction to Trial Court to Expedite Rape Trial and Complete Within Six Months

crime against women
High Court Issues Direction to Trial Court to Expedite Rape Trial and Complete Within Six Months     Speedy trial is a fundamental right as enshrined under Article 21 of Constitution of India and the Hon’ble High Court also on its administrative side has issued instructions to the trial courts to try the matters of rapes on speedy basis. However in the present case more than three years had passed since the learned trial court has been entrusted with the file of the case but on...
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ALERT FOR NRI ‘s : INDIAN PASSPORT CAN BE IMPOUNDED BY PASSPORT AUTHORITIES AS PER SECTION 10(3)(h) OF PASSPORTS ACT

Right to Passport
IN A MATRIMONIAL DISPUTES OR OTHERWISE YOUR INDIAN PASSPORT CAN BE IMPOUNDED BY PASSPORT AUTHORITIES AS PER SECTION 10(3)(h) OF PASSPORTS ACT IF YOU HAVE BEEN DECLARED A PROCLAIMED OFFENDER (P.O) IN A PENDING CASE Nowadays many cases are being seen in which Passport Authorities have started impounding the passports in case a person has been declared Proclaimed offender by any Court of law in any case. However, such impounding cannot be ordered without giving such a person an opportunity of fair...
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Tamperable E.V.M. (Electronic Voting Machines) a Threat to Right to Vote and Free and Fair election

Tamperable E.V.M. (Electronic Voting Machines)
Free and Fair election  are  a  very  basic  for  the  survival  of  democracy. Exercising of right  to  vote  and  for  assuring  that the vote which  is  cast  is  accounted   in   favour  of   the  candidate  and  party  which  one  likes  is  the  very  essence   of  democracy. There  was  a  time  when  ballot  papers  were  printed  and  the  votes were  manually  cast  in  the  election, but  now  the  ballot  paper  has  been  replaced  by  electronic  voting  machines  and  everybod...
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