In the case of action against government attorneys, the Chief Justice will be summoned

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Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Thursday, July 29, 2021 8:55 PM

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The High Court has expressed dissatisfaction with the actions taken by the Principal Secretary Justice / State Legal Advisor regarding the prosecution’s negligence and failure to inform the authorities about the court’s order. You were served with a complaint for failing to comply with the order. The court also summoned the lawyer on August 2nd. The court said that the prosecutor was present at the court hearing, but the order was not communicated to the authorities. He had to call. The court ordered the lawyer to investigate this negligence and take action.The court was also strong on the workings of the government attorney’s office, saying that the office should operate with accountability, not luck. Such an attitude cannot be allowed. The court said he did not want to summon the officers, but the letter indicates that the officers would have to be called if they did not obey the order. Judge Ajay Bhanot issued this order at the request of the foreigner Hase alias Hansna Vai and 11 other people associated with Shahjahanpur Tabligi Jamaat.

In this case, for failure to comply with the court’s order, the court asked the lawyer to find out whether this was intentional or negligent. The court had stated that because of this gross negligence on the part of the public prosecutor, through no fault of their own, high-ranking police officers had to be summoned. In the affidavit of the police officers it was mentioned that the failure to submit the affidavit on time was due to the failure to receive information from the public prosecutor. The prosecutor stationed in the court apparently failed to inform the police officers of the court’s order. While the public prosecutor was present at the court when the decision was made.

The court had said it was about personal freedom. Such behavior leads to a violation of personal freedom and also hinders litigation. Another government attorney, Vibhav Anand, confused the court. Correct information not provided. As a result, he had to be summoned through no fault of the officers. The court has taken a strict stance not to take the order seriously. The hearing will take place on August 2nd.

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The High Court has expressed dissatisfaction with the actions taken by the Principal Secretary Justice / State Legal Advisor regarding the prosecution’s negligence and failure to inform the authorities about the court’s order. You were served with a complaint for failing to comply with the order. The court also summoned the lawyer on August 2nd. The court said that the prosecutor was present at the court hearing, but the order was not communicated to the authorities. He had to call. The court ordered the lawyer to investigate this negligence and take action.

The court was also strong on the workings of the government attorney’s office, saying that the office should operate with accountability, not luck. Such an attitude cannot be allowed. The court said he did not want to summon the officers, but the letter indicates that the officers would have to be called if they did not obey the order. Judge Ajay Bhanot issued this order at the request of the foreigner Hase alias Hansna Vai and 11 other people associated with Shahjahanpur Tabligi Jamaat.

In this case, for failure to comply with the court’s order, the court asked the lawyer to find out whether this was intentional or negligent. The court had stated that because of this gross negligence on the part of the public prosecutor, through no fault of their own, high-ranking police officers had to be summoned. In the affidavit of the police officers it was mentioned that the failure to submit the affidavit on time was due to the failure to receive information from the public prosecutor. The prosecutor stationed in the court apparently failed to inform the police officers of the court’s order. While the public prosecutor was present at the court when the decision was made.

The court had said it was about personal freedom. Such behavior leads to a violation of personal freedom and also hinders litigation. Another government attorney, Vibhav Anand, confused the court. Correct information not provided. As a result, he had to be summoned through no fault of the officers. The court has taken a strict stance not to take the order seriously. The hearing will take place on August 2nd.

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