Delhi Police Commissioner: No 498A Arrests W/O Permission Of DCP

Folks,

if you remember, YS (Yudhbir Singh) Dadwal was appointed as the commissioner of Police, Delhi, amid a controversy.

Here is a photograph of former Delhi Police Commissioner, YS Dadwal:

I wondered who YS Dadwal was, but had stated that this establishment needs capable officers in key posts in order to continue their ventures without the distractions of issues with Law and Order etc. I was right about this and what came as a pleasant surprise to me is that, after the assumption of office, Commissioner Dadwal publicly stated that he wouldn’t allow the police to be used as instruments of revenge, especially in 498A cases.

This enlightened officer has followed up on his words with actions and has issued standing orders to the effect that no one is to be arrested in 498A cases without the permission of the DCP.

Here is the order in pdf format:

Delhi Police Comm YS Dadwal: No 498A Arrests Without Approval Of DCP (pdf)

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Here is another order from the Delhi police enforcing Justice Dhingra’s Smt Neera Singh Judgment:

What is the impact of Commissioner Dadwal’s order ? In Delhi, this order:

  • Eliminates the need for Anticipatory bail
  • Ensures the 498A can no longer be used to jail entire families and extort money.
  • Eliminates the police as a factor in this extortion racket.
  • Takes away the power to arrest from the morons who infest the Indian criminal justice system. These morons range from the goons in uniform to corrupt lower court magistrates.
  • The lawyers will see a huge source of revenue dry up in the form of the elimination for the need for Anticipatory bail and defense in 498A cases.
  • The Delhi courts will see a drop in the number of cases getting into the filthy sewer known as the Indian Criminal Justice System.
  • The number of final reports filed in Delhi will go up. Read this to know what a final report is: The 498A Final Report Of Film Actor Prashanth
  • Commissioner Dadwal can now focus the energies of the Delhi police force on real issues, such as rapes, traficking of women, terrorist attacks and real crimes, instead of allowing goons in uniform to capture middle aged women and grandmothers in their home in the early morning or the start of the weekend, all in the name of “protecting women”.

This order is in line with the order issued by the AP Police Commissioner, MV Krishna Rao, in 2002. You can read about that order here:

Hyderabad Police: No Arrest In 498A Cases Without Permission Of DCP – 2002

All these orders are based on the Supreme Court Judgment of Joginder Kumar Vs State of UP. You can read about the importance and the rationale behind this judgment here:

Habeas Corpus, Magna Carta And Joginder Kumar Vs State Of UP

That brings me back to Justice Shiv Narain Dhingra, who undoubtedly ranks amongst the greatest judges of India. He wrote (Crl. Appeal No. 696/2004, 01.Nov.2007):

“In all these cases in the name of investigation, except recording statement of complainant and her few relatives nothing is done by police. The police do not verify any circumstantial evidence nor collect any other evidence about the claims made by the complainant. No evidence about giving of dowry or resources of the complainant’s family claiming spending of huge amounts is collected by the police. This all is resulting into gross misuse of the provisions of law.”

You can download this judgment from here:

Justice Dhingra (Crl. Appeal No. 696/2004, 01.Nov.2007)

It is this excerpt that Commissioner Dadwal quotes in his order.

Personally, I feel a sense of satisfaction as I had quoted the same excerpt in the last chapter of The Guide To Surviving IPC 498A.

This is it. For all you folks from Delhi, this signals the end of the extortion racket known as section 498A. For the rest of you in this country, use this to nail the cops who showed up/show up at your door to effect an illegal arrest. We have turned the corner in this fight against this extortion racket known as 498A and against the practitioners of pussy politics, aka, The Feminazis of India.

Update: Aug/16/08

This order has been reinforced:

The Justice Kailash Gambhir (Delhi HC) Guidelines On 498A Cases

Next steps:

  • Use this to pressure other states to issue similar standing orders for the police to comply with the Joginder Kumar Vs UP judgment.
  • Set a target date to eliminate 498A as an extortion racket and make it bailable and non-compoundable across the country.
  • File compensation for illegal detention against police officers who violated the Joginder Kumar arrest guidelines. If 20 people per state do this, this will break the budgets of the states for law and order and cause the scum in uniform to think twice before entering our homes to terrorize our families to extort large sums of money under the pretext of women protection laws.
  • Prepare to force an amendment to the DV Act to sanitize it and make it gender neural and implementable. This will be the next evil to overcome and give Indira Jaising more reasons to moan about :).

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27 Responses to “Delhi Police Commissioner: No 498A Arrests W/O Permission Of DCP”


  1. 1 Gokul June 21, 2008 at 7:26 pm

    We are slowly unearthing similar circulars from other states and will move on to the next step of enforcing them on police by sustained RTI cmapiagns which will ask compliance reports with respect to these circulars every 6 months from all police stations of a state(we will start with cities of Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Pune).

  2. 2 Gope Lalwani June 21, 2008 at 9:58 pm

    Constitution of India Article 142 Says:-

    Enforcement of decrees and orders of Supreme Court

    and orders as to discovery, etc.

    (1) The Supreme Court in the exercise of its jurisdiction may pass such decree

    or make such order as is necessary for doing complete justice in any cause

    or matter pending before it, and any decree so passed or order so made shall

    be enforceable throughout the territory of India in such manner as may be

    prescribed by or under any law made by Parliament and, until provision in that

    behalf is so made, in such manner as the President may by order prescribe.
    (2) Subject to the provisions of any law made in this behalf by Parliament, the

    Supreme Court shall, as respects the whole of the territory of India, have all and

    every power to make any order for the purpose of securing the attendance of any

    person,the discovery or production of any documents, or the investigation or

    punishment of any contempt of itself.

    The circular No. 330/2007 dated 08/11/2007 Issued by commissioner of police Delhi

    says that :-

    “The Supreme Court of India also directed that failure to comply with the said requirements,

    shall apart from rendering the concerned official, liable for departmental action, also render

    him liable to be punished for contempt of court and proceedings for contempt of court may

    be instituted in any high court of the country having Territorial jurisdiction over the matter.

    These instructions are to be notified at every police station at a conspicuous place.”

    IN VIEW OF ABOVE FACTS A DEMAND MUST BE MADE FROM EVERY

    COMMISSIONER OF POLICE IN EVERY STATE TO ISSUE SIMILAR

    CIRCULAR AND GUIDE LINES IMMEDIATELY, FAILING WHICH THE

    MATTER MUST BE REPORTED TO SUPREME COURT
    FOR CONTEMPT

  3. 3 Feministmedia June 22, 2008 at 6:54 am

    Nearly 150000 cases of contempt of Supreme court are performed anually by the Indian Police across the country in the name of 498a. If only a fraction of those illegally detained by the police choose to file the contempt of Supreme Court case against the concerned police officers, the rest of the police machinery would think twice before terrorizing those aged grand mothers and pregnant sisters in the name of Dowry harassment laws.

    Kudos to this blogger for bringing home this knowledge!
    Now that the citizens are aware of their rights, Police should become more respectful of those rights. In fact, it is the sworn responsibility of the same very police to protect those rights of the citizenry!!

  4. 4 education89 June 25, 2008 at 12:21 pm

    who ever posted the entry on the blog. Can we get such circulars by using RTI. We want to show to the police.
    We want to say that this document we got it by RTI

  5. 5 Sabapathy July 2, 2008 at 2:22 pm

    THE MEN TORTURED IN THE HANDS OF WOMEN/WIFE

    NOWADAYS men are tortured in the hands of women by misusing newly formulated laws specially designed only for women. The law makers fully forgetting the constitutions article 14 which says all men and woman are equal before law or say equality before law. This article 14 giving equal strength to man and woman but formulating new law for women so for no law formulated by the law makers for men. Why?

    A fine case of one Mr. Rathinasabapathy who was married with Rajeswari of Howrah at Pondicherry on 4th June 2003 started their life initially at Pondicherry latter after five months shifted to Bangalore where he was employed. The husband arranged job for his wife and he had given her all possible freedom which include to visit her parental house, to wear the dresses she feel convenient. But his all these freedoms and love showered towards the wife resulted in one fine day with hand cuffs of iron. Do you believe? YES THIS IS A TRUE STORY. The husband who once tried his best to keep his wife happy meted the cruelty by the same women. The husband arranged all physical mental pleasures for his wife but not fulfilled one demand which is affecting his parents, unmarried brother and sister. The wife demand for separate dwelling that too in such a place the language of which is a strange thing to the husband and leaving the old aged sick parents here all alone was not welcomed by the husband and which only resulted in iron hand cuffing like a herded criminal and lying in illegal custody for eight days.

    The wife and her parents even not intimated him the child birth and somehow when he come to know the child birth he requested to send a snap of the child which was also not heard. For the new born the father send some gift which was also returned by the wife and her parents. Their cruelty reached at Himalayan peak when she lodged a complaint using the weapon of dowry and domestic violence act (DVA) and several other criminal section against husband and in-laws, the in-laws who never interfered her life. The question is if she really met cruelty by the hands of husband and his relatives why she had not opted to file a complaint in the jurisdiction police station which was only in walkable distance. She opted to file complaint in the Howrah police station and filed a divorce under section 13a and succeeded to get an expartee decree within 3 months of filing which is very impossible as per marriage law. The husband had not given time to file counter or for a counselling. When husband was attending for maintenance case and came out of the court he was arrested and handcuffed and remained in the custody for eight days and ninth day presented before the judicial magistrate and then kept one day in judicial custody and latter bailed out. The wife atlest shown curtsy by not opposing the anticipatory bail of in-laws.

    The women how she forget the sweetness of togetherness, how she forget the sweet face of her husband which is now also in front of her in the form of child.

    THE MEN WAS CRUSHED IN THE HANDS OF WOMEN. The men who is a M.Sc., M.Phil., earning sufficiently was now staring the sky with no hope for justice. His parents are weeping and sister, brother still in a stage of shock.

    The reward paid by the wife to her husband is the only result of misusing of newly formulated laws. The court at Howrah which have no jurisdiction neither to try the suit for divorce nor for the criminal offence as the couple married at Pondicherry and last resided place at Bangalore, where both of them were employed and as such alleged offence held in Bangalore. So the decree which is passed by the Howrah Court is improper and the complaint also liable to be quashed. But these all will happen in future.

    Wake and do something for men otherwise similar trouble tomorrow you also have to face. For this not only togetherness of men required but the togetherness of women also required.

    Thanks,
    M. Rathina Sabapathy
    9894669932
    sabapathy68@rediffmail.com
    Pondicherry

    • 6 sanjeev chauhan January 18, 2012 at 12:43 pm

      Very painful story.

      I’m also suffering with same kind of pain given by my wife.I don’t know what to do, now.

      I’m with you ………….

      Sanjeev Chauhan

  6. 7 nayela July 4, 2008 at 5:10 am

    A 35 yrs old woman (Ph.D in Pscychology), from Bangalore, had applied for immigration to Canada, Parents are not alive, so the brothers & their wives, arranged for a marriage through their relatives residing in Canada, with an American citizen (NRI), whose sister was residing in Canada in a big comfortable house. She was an extremely extremely short tempered, stuborn, tom boy type of a girl having many male friends in Bangalore, Canada, USA, & by internet all over the world. When she told this to the boy, before marriage, it implied that she was looking for a suitable boy for herself as her brothers including the younger one had got married & settled in separate houses, And she had to stay alone in a suburb near Bangalore alone in a house. After marriage She said that she gets posessed by ‘GINS” often. Then she said that she cannot leave the net work of her friends, as they gave her good company when she needed them & she is not interested in coming to USA. Often she would threaten that she can get gundaas, black magic, etc etc to punish people who dont listen to her. Poor decent innocent boy from USA was shocked but as a good guy thought of giving her a chance to become good.
    Once she arrived in Canada, got costliest of thinkable gifts, got Ten thousand Canadian dollars in her bank account as required by the immigration authorities, she asked for divorce. Boy tried to pacify her. Her relatives also did their best to say sorry but, she was adament, thinking that the boy will come to her on his knees accepting her conditions of carrying on with her friends whom seemed very very shady characters. So, the boy chose to be quiet. Then, her brother from Dubai wrote to him to anul the marriage as soon as possible. As the IPC approves and Hanfi law permits the boy got scared and granted talaq to her in two letters & a phone call, pronouncing as per Islamic law 3 times talaq. during the span of 4 months.
    Girl seemed very happy and wrote a letter of thanks but later when she came to Bangalore, filed a 498a complaint gainst him and his decent old retired parents. This was mainly because, she could not face the society, her brothers and relatives who cursed her for coming back like this. She did not have courage to accept whatever she did and concocted a story against the boy’s parents with whom she lived lavishly only for a week, as long as the boy was here. (mostly they were honey mooning during his one month long stay after the wedding in Bangalore).
    Not only the boy, but about 1000 relatives and friends who know the decent family, & know how the boy who, spent for the girl so much, have tears in their eyes… How cruel Indian Govt can be to its own subjects?,

  7. 8 Atul July 8, 2008 at 5:30 am

    Delhi Police Commissioner: “No 498A Arrests W/O Permission Of DCP”

    IS IT Religiously followed by the Delhi Police. I am working in a software company as software engineer, just few weeaks back ,my bhabhi(U.P.)registered a fake case 498A against all of the family memebers and U.P. police came early in the morning and arrested us even my elder sister with two infant child in the presence of delhi police.

    Later, we jailed in UP and get bailed out after few days. we also came to know that this kind of activity developed a kind of business to earn the handsome money.

    May anybody tell us about subsequent action should take?

    Thanks

    atulgupta108@gmail.com
    08-july-2008

  8. 9 Swarup Sarkar July 23, 2008 at 6:53 am

    Dear , atul, you can aks your laywer to use the Jogendar sharma vs up sate judgement and file a case against those police officers for not following the order.
    Investigation can be done without arrest , then why they arrest them?

  9. 10 shashank kabra August 14, 2008 at 10:07 pm

    dear swarup sir, on 12th aug. i viwed your interview on ibn 7 i like your sprit .i want to contact you so plese try to give me your phone no. so ican contact you . thank & regards

  10. 11 EK BECHAARA September 22, 2008 at 10:58 am

    hello

    I have a big confusion……

    SUPREME COURT has asked the police officer to register FIR of cognizable and non-bailable offence. police officer can not deny it.

    On the other hand, Delhi police commissioner’s order ask for not to register FIR and not to arrest without proper investigation.

    NOW, WHAT IS REALITY………IF MY WIFE GOES TO POLICE STATION TO FILE 498A. WILL MY PARENTS AND I WILL BE ARRESTED INSTANTLY OR NOT?

    PLEASE TELL THE VALIDITY OF THIS ORDER AFTER SUPREME COURT’S DIRECTIONS

    EK BECHAARA

  11. 12 susheel kumar November 27, 2008 at 7:43 am

    Dear Sir

    I sushil Kumar R/o B-9/402 Sector -3 Rohini, Delhi -110085, running Prepaid PCO No. 32619611 at the same address. I came to know that my phone is being used by someone when I called Praveen(M-9313234207) my area salesman to recharge my phone. Making call to him, we let us know that he bought phone from Deepak(M-9971810381) the salesman of Ganpati Tele Services(M-9311666366).
    We kept trying to make call me many times but he did not pick the phone, around after twenty days he picked the phone & said %u201C I am Speaking from Tis Hazari, Room no. 40. Thereafter no one has picked the phone.

    I inform to 100 and told all they said they send a PCR but no one come. Next day I call again they said to make a FIR to your local Police Station.
    But Deepak & his dealer told me that he came here and solve this. And after that he pick ph and when I said I am form rohini and what about my phone. They cut ph and not pick again.

    My Phone no. has been misused by Ganpati Teleservices(Prop. Manish, Mob.9311666366) & Sales man named Deepak(Mob. no. 9971810381)on Aug 11,2008, with Case ID 73776443 logged in Reliance Communication, Lawrance Road,Britania Chowk by Ganpati Teleservices.

    Last week C.B.I. raided on my shop as to this number used in rape case.

    On 23.11.2008 Mansori, Ghaziabad(U.P.) Police( I.O. Ajay Kumar – 09350804140 & S.H.O-09454403420) came to my shop, they told me that someone had threated(u/s506) someone to kill in 48 hours. Now U.P. Police is asking me where this number is being used. I gave them FIR Copy, went with them to Ganpati Services where we met Mr. Mittal-9899212141, he said ” he’s the owner of Ganpati Services & Manish is my Brother in Law(wife’sBrother) & Manish was running the whole agency.& Deepak is his relative.
    Now Police says that this phone no. is being used on your ID & Name & they told the they held me .

    I’m feeling very distressed & Police is not helping me & taking any action against Ganpati Tele services & Deepak
    I want that you do some help in this case

    Sushil kumar
    9250398326

  12. 13 A victim of false 498a April 30, 2009 at 5:16 pm

    IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

    DATED: 04.08.2008

    CORAM

    THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE R.REGUPATHI

    M.P. No.1 of 2008
    in
    Crl.O.P. No.10896 of 2008

    ORDER

    Pursuant to the direction of this Court dated 07.07.2008 to file compliance report, the Director General of Police in consultation with the Government, has issued the following Circular Memorandum:-

    ” Circular Memorandum

    Sub- Filing of cases registered under Dowry Death / Suicide in All
    Women P.S. – Instructions issued.
    *****

    The Honorable High Court has issued the following observation in M.P. No.1/2008 in Criminal Original Petition No.10896/2008 filed by Tr.Romaiah.

    i) Except in cases of Dowry Death/suicide and offences of serious nature, the Station House Officers of the All Women Police Stations are to register F.I.R. only on approval of the Dowry Prohibition Officer concerned.
    ii) Social workers/mediators with experience may be nominated and housed in the same premises of All Women Police Stations along with Dowry Prohibition Officers.
    iii) Arrest in matrimonial disputes, in particular arrest of aged, infirm, sick persons and minors, shall not be made by the Station House Officers of the All Women Police Stations.
    iv) If arrest is necessary during investigation, sanction must be obtained from the Superintendent of Police concerned by forwarding the reasons recorded in writing.
    v) Arrest can be made after filing of the final report before the Magistrate concerned if there is non-cooperation and abscondance of accused persons, and after receipt of appropriate order (Non-Bailable Warrant).
    vi) Charge sheet must be filed within a period of 30 days from the date of registration of the F.I.R. and in case of failure, extension of time shall be sought for from the jurisdiction Magistrate indicating the reasons for the failure.
    vii) No weapon including Lathis/physical force be used while handling cases at the All Women Police Stations.
    viii) Complainants/victims should be provided with adequate security/accommodation at Government Home and interest of the children must be taken care of.
    ix) Sridana properties/movables and immovable to be restored at the earliest to the victims/complainants and legal aid may be arranged for them through Legal Services Authority for immediate redressal of their grievances.

    2) The Commissioners of Police in cities and Superintendents of Police in Districts are requested to strictly follow the above instructions without any deviations.

    3) Receipt of the same should be acknowledged.

    Sd/- (29.07.2008)
    For Director General of Police.”

    2. In respect of suggestion Nos.8 and 11 made by this Court; in the letter, dated 01.08.2008, of the Director General of Police, it has been stated as follows:-

    ” 2) With regard to the suggestion No.8, i.e., “A different Uniform other than the regular one may be recommended for these police officers” – the matter requires deliberations at length with Senior Police Officers in the State. All the Senior Officers have been addressed to send their view on the subject. After obtaining their views the matter will be discussed at State Headquarters and a report in this regard will be sent.
    3) With regard to suggestion No.11 – Director General of Police, Training has been addressed to initiate action to conduct Education programme for Police Officers on the objects of the legislation, judicial pronouncements and development of law. Further progress report will be sent. ”

    3. Learned Government Advocate (Crl. Side) submits that, by virtue of the above Circular Memorandum, all the Commissioners of Police and the Superintendents of Police in the State have been instructed to scrupulously follow the suggestions, enumerated in the form of instructions, and therefore, in effect, the order of this Court has been complied with.

    4. The complaisant reaction to the suggestions made by this Court and issuance of the aforesaid Circular Memorandum with suitable instructions by the Director General of Police deserves deep appreciation of this Court. It must also be pointed out that though several such suggestions and instructions were earlier made/issued in that perspective by the Honourable Supreme Court as well as this Court, there was no expected progress or outcome since, in course of time, the system started trailing with the same deviation and anomalies to reform/correct which the instructions were issued. At least now, this Court is anxious to see that the directives are strictly followed perpetually with letter and spirit by the Investigating Officers of the Department in particular the officers posted at the All Women Police Stations.

    5. Before parting, having regard to the directions issued to the Police Department, this Court deems it necessary to outline certain aspects with regard to the role of the Judicial Magistrates and their effective functioning in deriving a positive outcome.
    As could be seen, though suitable directions have been given to the police, in particular to the Station House Officers, still there may be scope for misuse of power. The directions/instructions are only illustrative and not exhaustive. When the investigating officers seek for remand of the accused, the Magistrates must examine the necessity for the same and only where there are valid grounds for believing that the accusation or information is well-founded and it appears that the investigation cannot be completed within a period of 24 hours, remand may be ordered. Violation of human rights and infringement of personal liberties must be viewed seriously. Except in cases of grave nature viz., dowry death, murder, suicide, hurt, etc., in other matters like matrimonial disputes between spouses where it may not take much time for the police officer to interrogate/investigate, remand should not be ordered mechanically, for, remand of an accused by a Magistrate is not automatic one on the mere request of the investigating officer and sufficient grounds must exist for the Magistrate to exercise the power of remand. To put it clear, a requisition of remand by the police must accompany the Case Diary, whereupon, the Magistrate must satisfy himself as to the adequacy and genuineness of the grounds necessitating judicial custody and while passing orders for remand or extension of remand, he must be alert to see that the liberty of the citizen is not violated by the police due to arbitrary exercise of power. Though a detailed speaking order is not required for remand, application of judicial mind is absolutely necessary.
    Of course, it is provided in the Code that remand should not exceed 15 days at a time, but, it does not mean that in all cases, remand for 15 days should be ordered invariably. At the time of production of the accused before the Magistrates, they should examine the necessity and even at the time of initial remand, if it appears that remand is not necessary, bail application can be entertained provided the accused is prepared to furnish necessary surety or security as may be directed by the court. Likewise, in cases where remand is required to be ordered, the period must be circumscribed depending upon the nature of the case, the materials produced by the prosecution and the actual requirement. Though the law is manifestly clear, plain and patent, in many cases, it is witnessed that, on the mere request of the investigating officers, remand is ordered mechanically without application of mind and such illegal practice must be avoided.
    It must also be borne in mind that the object behind the enactment of Section 498-A IPC and the Dowry Prohibition Act is to check and curb the menace of dowry and at the same time, to save the matrimonial homes from destruction. Our experience shows that, apart from the husband, all family members are implicated and dragged to the police stations. Though arrest of those persons is not at all necessary, in a number of cases, such harassment is made simply to satisfy the ego and anger of the complainant. By suitably dealing with such matters, the injury to innocents could be avoided to a considerable extent by the Magistrates, but, if the Magistrates themselves accede to the bare requests of the police without examining the actual state of affairs, it would create negative effects thereby, the very purpose of the legislation would be defeated and the doors of conciliation would be closed forever. The husband and his family members may have difference of opinion in the dispute, for which, arrest and judicial remand are not the answers. The ultimate object of every legal system is to punish the guilty and protect the innocents.
    It is only before the jurisdiction Magistrate concerned, on conclusion of the investigation, final report is filed, whereupon, trial of the case is taken up and, in matters relating to serious offences, committal proceedings are initiated. It is the learned Magistrates who are empowered to order maintenance under Section 125 Cr.P.C. and award compensation in appropriate cases. Pending investigation, for grant of instant relief viz., to award interim maintenance, interim compensation, entrust custody of minor, forward the victims to Govt. Homes, issue search warrant, order bailable or non-bailable warrant, restore sridana properties, send the injured to the Hospital, provide security, etc., to the complainant/wife/victim, the learned Magistrates can be approached and at such point of time, the Magistrates must see to it that orders are passed without any delay. The preliminary job of an Investigating Officer including that of the Officers posted at the All Women Police Stations is only to collect the materials in respect of the dispute they are investigating and place the same before the court/Magistrate. For adjudicating any issue, the dispute must be forwarded only to the learned Magistrate or the Family court. In this type of fragile matters, in the name of ‘petition enquiry’ or investigation after registration of F.I.R., the police should not be allowed to conduct lengthy panchayats in police stations. If the dispute could not be resolved within a period of one week, a conclusion must be reached one way or the other and the matter must be forwarded to the learned Magistrate concerned.
    Therefore, while considering such cases, the learned Magistrates are directed to apply their judicial mind having regard to the propounded principles and procedure and the various aspects pointed out in the course of this order and also to monitor scrupulous adherence to the instructions referred to above by the police officers concerned.

    6. With the above observations and direction, the petition is closed.

    7. Registry is directed to immediately circulate copy of this order as well as the earlier order dated 07.07.2008 to the Director General of Police, Tamil Nadu, and all the Judicial Magistrates for compliance.

  13. 14 Pankaj Tiwari June 1, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    Hello sir,

    My self Pankaj, I live at Basai darapur N.D. 15. Today (01.06.2009) about

    5 PM eight people came to my room with weapon like Pistol and hoki stick they beat me and my room partner Anuj kumar singh. They take my cellular phone money that 28,753 (twenty eight thousand seven hundred fifty three rupees) and my room partner Anuj kumar singh. They all are came in the leadership of Avdhesh agrawal (who is the boss of Anuj kumar singh). There is some trouble with Anuj and Avdhesh agrawal about salary. Avdhesh agrawal don’t paying his salary so Anuj singh told him pay my salary otherwise I will go to the labor court. Avdhesh agrawal is onwer of a printing press and Anuj working there scince 1 year. Avdhesh agrawal came to my room and beat us (me & Anuj) and take my cellular phone and money that was Rs. 28,753 . I goan to Moti Nagar Police Thana but they don’t write my FIR. That police constable was not ready to write my Fir beacuse Avdhesh agrawal have a big approach in Moti Nagar Thana. I am a poor person. I supply bread and butter to shops. I have no enough money to expend on this case. I only want my money and my cellular phone that no. is 9211938778.

    Please help me and save my and my room partner’s life. They can kill us, so please protect us. I will very very thankful to you all if delhi police returns my money and punish them.

    If you want to contact me than please call on 9211938779 (This is not my No. but you can contact me any time on this no.)

    A simpal and poor citizen who have a lot of faith on police

    ———- Pankaj Tiwari

  14. 15 raj June 24, 2009 at 2:29 am

    Nayala’s writting is same as my friends tooo.. the girl is from a southern tamil nadu town called Sattur. She did the samething too. her name is sasikala. These are the crooked women.

  15. 16 S Sharma September 16, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    See web site:

    http://mrwfoundation.googlepages.com/vigilancecheckcomplaint498a_ipc

    Third procedure contrary to s. 198A Cr.P.C. for 498A IPC being used with connivance of police officers and magistrate – judges of High Courts and Supreme Court of India.

    In Supreme Court of India judgments where 113A of Indian Eviden Act is required to be quoted that judgment is sabotaged by mentioning S. 113B of I.E.A.

  16. 17 S . SHARMA October 24, 2009 at 2:35 am

    See Legal application of of Section 498A IPC
    in detail in simple language from following website
    vis-a-vis 3rd. illegal procesure
    used for s. 498A IPC:

    http://mrwfoundation.googlepages.com/498aipc

  17. 18 Dharampal kadian November 23, 2009 at 4:47 am

    From.

    Dharampal kadian
    Incharge kot
    DGCD & HG C.T.I.
    Complex Raja Garden ND-27

    To
    The Commissioner
    Delhi Police
    I.T.O. New Delhi.

    Sub:-A Request for action on FIR No-455 at PS Panjabi bagh west distt Delhi dt-18/11/09

    Ref- FIR No.455 at PS Pabjabi Bagh west distt. Delhi dated 18/11/09

    Sir,
    With respect I beg to state that the FIR lodged at PS Panjabi Bagh on.18/11/09 under section 379/350/34 Entry no 46A. The action taken on the report has not been informed. Even after giving the grusser veh no HR56-6208 in white colour at Bhadurgarh Haryana.

    No reply of the same has yet received. Any information about the culprit may be giving to whom has also not informed.

    My email id-dharampal_kadian@yahoo.com mob-09017648671

    Dated-
    Your’s faithfully
    Copy to- Dharampal kadian
    SHO PS Panjabi bagh. I/c kot

  18. 19 pooja kohli March 19, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    Dear Sir

    Thank you for reading this letter. Myself Pooja Kohli citizen of India. My interest does not follow in working with Rajasthan Patrika(Leading newspaper of Rajasthan ),Jaipur but they are nonstop niggling me to enroll .

    Pls let me know is anyone has right to force someone to work in his

    company ?????????????????

    Media is mend to spread awareness in society not to blackmail others with news circulation power.

    I think they are disturbed not doing well as compare to Danik Bhasker.

    Best

    Pooja Kohli

  19. 20 ashok jain April 27, 2010 at 11:06 am

    the provisions as per hon. c.o.p.-delhi are now being misused by maximum i.o.’s & treat the factual victims also as if they have commited any mistake in aproching to police department.
    recent case of january 2010 are live examples of it.

    • 21 krishankmittal May 1, 2010 at 5:08 am

      Dear sir, Pl make yourself clear as to what u want to convey.Your note on Delhi Police is not clear.

  20. 22 DILSHAD AHMED August 10, 2010 at 7:17 pm

    one lady harassed me and committed fraud u/s 463/468/471/494/495 but she failed fresh complaint in CAW Cell.
    now what i am do

  21. 23 venkatesh November 5, 2010 at 7:08 am

    Dear sir

    me and my family were also falsely charged and arrested in this case for 498a in the year 2009 was the circular still effective at this time then why was it ignored by the police officer incharge.

    Please guide the procedures

    venkatesh
    9448107567

  22. 24 ijbanerjee February 15, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    In a recent case one of our call centre vehcile was intercepted by Paschimvihar police station when they found call centre vehcile carrying woman employee without security guard and police officer futher arrested the driver and vehcile was taken into custody and finally court order to release the vehcile but police officer still not honouring the directions ans stating bring the officer who was supposed to provide the security gurd.can police officer doing this act can be justified legally once court has given directiontion to release the vehcile how he can further out conditions,please advise.Banerjee for HAWK EYE PROTECTION AND DETECTIVE SERVICES

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In 1930, the British govt arrested 17,000 women for their involvement in the Dandi Yatra (Salt March). During 1937 to 1947 (10 Years), they arrested 5,000 women involved in the freedom struggle. From 2004 to 2006, the govt of India arrested 90,000 women of all ages under 498A. On the average, 27,000 women per year are being arrested under this flawed law. These are stats from the NCRB.

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