The court commented in Bareilly in 15-year-old case, wrote - Law and Order lax in Bareilly

The court commented in Bareilly in 15-year-old case, wrote - Law and Order lax in Bareilly

When the turn of the verdict came in the 15-year-old case in Bareilly, UP, the accused disappeared. The court declared the accused guilty and ordered his arrest on September 16. The police were instructed to arrest the culprit in three days but the police could not catch the culprit.

In such a situation, the court referred the entire matter to the SSP. Still, there was no improvement in the situation. On Thursday, while commenting on the functioning of the police, the court described the law and order of the district as weak. The court said that the law and order system of the district is very weak, and needs improvement.

The incident is 15 years old in which the accused did not come to court for 12 years. When his turn came, he fled again. The court had ordered the police to arrest the culprit. The court fixed September 19 as the date of hearing and forwarded the matter to the SSP. Despite this, there was no change in the attitude of the police.

The court said that this is a matter of great concern. On Thursday, the court sent the matter to the IG Zone. The court said in the order that the matter is related to the business of counterfeit notes. Despite notices to the bailiffs, the police did not implement the order and did not send any reply. The police could not even find the sureties.

Let us tell you that Izzatnagar police had written an FIR in the year 2004 against Sharif alias Guddu in connection with the recovery of fake currency notes. Special Judge FTC Innocent Kumar has fixed the next hearing of the case on September 29. The court has also confiscated the sureties of the sureties and started hearing against them. The special judge has ordered the arrest of the culprit by forming a police team from the IG range.

In the past, the civil court had also reprimanded the police

In the past, Minority Judge Ravi Kumar Diwakar has also reprimanded the Bareilly Police. The police had written an FIR against Court Amin, who had come to execute the court's order. After the strictness of the court, the police came on the back foot and also canceled the FIR. With such cases coming to the fore every day, questions are being raised about the functioning of the police.

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