Monday, August 29, 2005

Sub : Kolkata High Court - Try to Stop the Blackmailling and Extrotion of Money By Modern Supernakhas with the Blood Cancer Virus 498A and anti Dowry

Sub : Kolkata High Court - Try to Stop the Blackmailling and Extrotion of Money By Modern Supernakhas with the (more)
http://indiatalking.com/blog/swarup/1288/
After Supreme court of India described the Misuse of 498A as " Legal Terrorism " , Kolkata High Court , shown thier concern but proved a land mark Judgement , respect the basis of any Justice System :-
"the thousands who get suspended from their jobs for spending more than 24 hours in police lock-up, often on false charges made by their wives, Calcutta High Court will try and convince the government to change the age-old rule. - Men charged with cruelty at home should not be suspended till guiltis proved: "
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http://www.telegraphindia.com/1050828/asp

So now Modern Suparnakahs and Modern Ravans will try to find some New route to Blackmailling , dishonest way to earn money .. as they can not extrate the Money by giving false threat of 498A ( Anti dowry law ) .
So , if you fight for right cause , defenitely one day you will win.

Kolkata High Court had shown the Path , hope very soon all other Court also will Follow the same .
As we belive , Police Custedy and jail are not a Picnick Spot , that any one should be send there without any investigation .

Let be honest and fight for Honesty irrespective of Sex , caste and religion . Punishment should be crime based , not the gander based .

In proposed Domestic Violence bill our goverment must , rethink to give a whole sale free lincence to dishonest daughter in law for Misuse the same the way this 498A , a blood cancer in our Indian society had been injected .Stop this terrorist activity , in the name of women well fare .

Save Indian Family , Save Institution of marriage .

Regards
swarup sarkar
http://www.telegraphindia.com/1050828/asp

Framed & fired? Court to rescue-Men charged with cruelty at home should not be suspended till guiltis proved:HCTAPAS GHOSHCalcutta, Aug. 27:Hapless and jobless husbands take heart. Help is at hand.Taking pity on the thousands who get suspended from their jobs forspending more than 24 hours in police lock-up, often on false chargesmade by their wives, Calcutta High Court will try and convince thegovernment to change the age-old rule.Around 2,500 men are suspended every year after being arrested underSection 498A (Cruelty and Torture on Housewife) of the Indian PenalCode — the rulebook says any employee who spends more than 24 hours inpolice custody should be suspended.Although 50 per cent of them are exonerated of all charges because oflack of evidence, they have to live with the shame for years. It oftentakes 10 to 15 years for a court to declare a person innocent and thenhave him reinstated."During my time, I came across a case where a person was suspended butwas proved innocent after 21 years of trial," Justice N.A. Chowdhury,a former judge of Calcutta High Court, said.However, the judiciary has been trying to ensure that people are notsuspended from work until proven guilty. In three recent cases, thehigh court bench of Justices Arun Kumar Mitra, Bhaskar Bhattacharyaand Pratap Kumar Roy had asked employers to wait before taking anyaction."Till the crime against the accused person is proved in court, theemployer should not take any penal measures against the employeeconcerned," they had observed."Moreover, the government is facing a loss for paying 50 per cent ofthe salary to a person who is not providing any service to it.(According to the rules, the employer has to pay 50 per cent salary toa suspended employee)."The bench made the observations after taking note of the inordinatedelay by investigating authorities to collect evidence against theaccused.The judges said the rules should be changed immediately. In Calcuttaalone, 5,000 cases are lodged under Section 498A every year and in allthe cases, the husbands are arrested.While some private companies ignore the 24-hour norm and do not takeimmediate action, employees of government offices are not so lucky.Justice P.K. Roy of Calcutta High Court had once directed the stategovernment's housing department to withdraw the suspension orderissued against an employee, who had to spend seven days in policecustody following a complaint lodged by his wife.




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