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Murarilal vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 29 November, 2010

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Murarilal vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 29 November, 2010


W.P.No. 7969 / 2010
(Murarilal …v. ..State of M.P. & three others)

29-11-2010
Heard Shri B.R.Nagle, learned counsel for the petitioner on the
question of admission.

The petitioner has filed this petition alleging inaction on the part of
the police authorities on the report filed by the petitioner.

It is submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner that the
petitioner was beaten by the police authorities without any rhyme or
reason.

From a perusal of Annexure P-5 filed by the petitioner along with
the petition it is clear that on a direction of the Superintendent of Police,
Jabalpur, an enquiry was conducted by the concerned police officer in
which it was found that on a report received in the police station,
Kundam that the petitioner is creating nuisance at public place he was
required to be controlled by the police authorities and when at the time
of his arrest the situation had gone out of control, slight force was
utilized by the police against the petitioner. In the enquiry report nothing
was found against the concerned police officer
In the circumstances, the appropriate remedy of the petitioner is
to file a complaint case against the concerned person under Section 200
of the Code of Criminal Procedure before the competent Court,
therefore, the petition filed by the petitioner is disposed of with liberty to
the petitioner to take up the aforesaid remedy, if so advised.

The petition filed by the petitioner accordingly stands disposed of
with the aforesaid liberty.

C.C. as per rules.

( R.S.Jha )
Judge
mct

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