A Sessions Court of Jammu and Kashmir has granted bail to a person, accused of promoting enmity for his comments at a Janta Darbar that he has no expectations from non-local officers posted in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court recently quashed an order issued by the superintendent of police, City South, Jammu on a re-investigation in a case already closed by his superior, Senior Superintendent of Police, Jammu. The reason for the quashing of the order of the junior was 'Not Admitted'.
Since the petitioner refused to marry the prosecutrix, she filed a complaint before the police. On the basis of this complaint, the police registered the FIR for the offence under Section 376 IPC and arrested the petitioner.
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court denied directing a bank to release loan instalment for the payment of fees as writ courts have no right to interfere into matters of contractual obligations of parties.
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has held that non-communication of the fact that the detenu has a right to make an effective representation to the Detaining Authority against the detention order so long as the order of detention has not been approved by the Government constitutes a violation of the valuable right of the detenu under Article 22(5) of the Constitution.
The Division Bench of Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal (Acting) and Sanjay Dhar was hearing a Public Interest Litigation filed by NGO Save Animal Value Environment, seeking the closure of unregistered slaughterhouses and meat shops in the state.
On the earlier hearing in the matter, Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing on behalf of the petitioner, submitted the grievance that the affidavit is of utmost importance, because whatever the CBI has alleged, has to be rebutted by the accused persons.