Hc notice to bureaucrats for non-compliance with procedure | Jaipur News


Jaipur: The High Court has issued notice to the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and Director General of ACB among others for failing to follow prescribed procedure to keep mobiles under surveillance. Judge NS Dhadha issued the order on a criminal petition by Rajesh Kumar Singh.
The petitioner’s lawyer, Mohit Khandelwal, said that in Singh’s case, at the request of the ACB, the Home Secretary authorized mobile surveillance without a legal provision. The Minister of the Interior had not sent his order to the review committee and had extended the period of surveillance of the petitioner’s mobile phone twice at his level. ACB filed a complaint against the petitioner based on mobile surveillance. A person’s cell phone can only be monitored in accordance with the rules of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885.
HC Seeks Clarification from Pocso Court for Failing to Record Statement of Rape Survivor: Special Court of Pocso Cases in Bharatpur did not record statement of rape survivor even after HC’s order . Expressing its displeasure, the High Court of Rajasthan ordered the court clerk to seek clarification from the court in Pocso. The minor had filed a rape complaint against the defendant at Sikri police station in Bharatpur in 2020. The defendant’s bail request had already been rejected twice in this case. The accused arrested in the case, Zubair, had filed a third bail application with Rajasthan HC. During the hearing, the petitioner told the court that on June 28, 2021, the HC requested the Special Court-I of Pocso Cases, Bharatpur to register the victim statement at the earliest. But so far, the victim’s statement has not been recorded. He should therefore be released on bail.
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