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MADURAI:The Tamil Nadu police have closed over 20 per cent of the cases filed by them in 190 police stations across the State in 39 months till March 2013, a data collected by an NGO has shown. This otherwise means the police citing their investigation have recommended that no further action is required.

 

Based on the data obtained through the Right To Information (RTI) Act, Evidence, the Madurai-based NGO working on Dalit issues, has claimed that 23 per cent of First Information Reports (FIRs) filed at 190 police stations across 10 districts from 2010 to March 2013 have been closed by the police themselves without filing chargesheets or beginning the trial process...............moreread..........

'Tamil Nadu Police Arbitrarily Closed 23 Per Cent FIRs in 3 Years' - The New Indian Express

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akhilesh yadav

[h=1]30% of cases in TN do not go to court, reveals RTI[/h][h=1][/h]MADURAI: Police officers close about 30% of the total complaints filed in the state citing mistake of fact (MF) or mistake of law (ML), among other things, an RTI petition has revealed. Such cases need not be taken to court for further action and can be closed at the level of police station.

 

Read at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/madurai/30-of-cases-in-TN-do-not-go-to-court-reveals-RTI/articleshow/47174143.cms

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D.T.RATHAVA

MADURAI: Police officers close about 30% of the total complaints filed in the state citing mistake of fact (MF) or mistake of law (ML), among other things, an RTI petition has revealed. Such cases need not be taken to court for further action and can be closed at the level of police station.

 

Evidence, an NGO through a Right To Information (RTI) application obtained the data for MF and ML cases registered in 190 police stations between 2010 and 2013 in the state, besides cases that were marked as undetected (UN) and action dropped (AD). In these cases too, no charge-sheet is filed, as the cases are closed at police stations itself.

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30% of cases in TN do not go to court, reveals RTI - The Times of India

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karira

@D\.T\.RATHAVA post of today at 9:54 was a new thread.

 

It has been merged with another thread on the same subject and topic, which he himself started on 4th May at 9:53 AM

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