Kerala Police Circular on CrPC Amendments

This circular is a part of the Kerala Police Act which is a published book available in any law book stall.  This has a clear description and a format of the “Notice of appearance” (as stipulated by the amendment of section 41 of Cr.PC, which was enforced on 3rd November 2010) which is to be issued when arrests are not to be done without a court warrant.

This circular also mentions about the procedures police need to follow in case of a cognisable crime for which the maximum prescribed punishment of 7 years or less.
Here are the jpgs of the circulars:
Here is the 2nd page:
Here is a scan of the CrPC amendments which eliminated arbitrary arrests by the cops in accordance with Joginder Kumar Vs State of UP.
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  1. 1 Gopal Krishna February 27, 2012 at 10:30 am

    Dear Sirs,

    I humbly request to make the amendments in the Hindu Marriage Act as well as in the procedures and 498a, Dowry Harassment Domestic Violence Cases.

    Particularly in 498a and Dowry harassment matters police should record statements from both parties and LIE DETECTION & NARCO ANALYSIS TEST ARE TO BE MADE MANDATORY, presently if a 498a case proves boy and his family are being punished at the same time the FALSE COMPLAINANTS ARE NOT PUNISHED TAKING THIS ADVANTAGE MANY OF THE GIRLS AND THEIR PARENTS ARE SIMPLY GIVING A 498A, DP & DV CASES, IF THE BOYS PARENTS DON’T WANT TO RUN BETWEEN THE COURTS THEY HAVE TO PAY HUGE AMOUNTS TO SETTLE THE CASE.

    THE MAJOR AMENDEMENT I PROPOSE IS A LIE DETECTION IS TO BE CARRIED AND IF THE GIRL AND HER PARENTS FOUND AS FALSE COMPLAINANTS THEY SHOULD BE ARRESTED, THEIR ENTIRE PROPERTIES ARE TO BE AUCTIONED AND THE SAID AMOUNT TO BE USED FOR THE JUDICIAL AND POLICE DEPARTMENT.

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