The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate, Sheikh Al-Hadith Hibaullah Akhundzada(Hafizullah) has ordered the release of political prisoners from all prisons in the country.
It happens at times that the real culprit lodges the first information against known or unknown persons, to misdirect the investigation of an offence
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All the cases where, as per the report of the Committee, the allegations are about murder of a person and crime against women regarding rape/attempt to rape, shall be referred to CBI for investigation. The Committee, NHRC, any other Commission or Authority and the State shall immediately hand over entire record of the cases entrusted to the CBI for investigation. It is made clear that it shall be the Court monitored investigation. Any obstruction in the course of investigation by anyone shall be viewed seriously.
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“अपराध” से कोई ऐसा कार्य या लोप अभिप्रेत है जो तत्समय प्रवृत्त किसी विधि द्वारा दण्डनीय बना दिया गया है और इसके अंतर्गत कोई ऐसा कार्य भी है जिसके बारे में पशु अतिचार अधिनियम, 1871 की धारा 20 के अधीन परिवाद किया जा सकता है:
What is the Crown Court? The Crown Court – unlike the magistrates’ courts, it is a single entity – sits in 77 court centres across England and Wales. It deals with serious criminal cases which include: Cases sent for trial…
Cases Before Magistrates' Virtually all criminal court cases start in a magistrates’ court, and around 95% will be completed there. The more serious offences are passed on to the Crown Court, either for sentencing after the defendant has been found…
There are four main types, the toughest of which is prison. This is used when a crime is so serious, or an offender’s record is so bad, no other sentence will do. Offenders will normally spend half their sentence in prison, and the rest on licence in the community.
ses come to court after a decision has been made by, usually the Crown Prosecution Service, to prosecute someone for an alleged crime. In the vast majority of cases (over 95 per cent), magistrates hear the evidence and, as a panel, make a decision on guilt or innocence. For more serious cases a district judge (Magistrates’ Court) or a circuit judge in the Crown Court will hear the evidence, and in the case of the latter, this will involve a jury trial. Very serious criminal cases, such as murder and rape, may be heard by a High Court judge.
An order under Section 156(3) Cr.P.C. is in the nature of a reminder or intimation to the police to exercise their full powers of investigation under Section 156(1) Cr.P.C. such an investigation begins with the collection of evidence and ends with a report or charge-sheet under Section 173.
To die in prison-house locked there by his country’s Swadeshi Government, by persons with whom he shared power as a colleague only a few days ago is a fitting termination of a warring life. Let us hope that this incident will make the Government of India realise.