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I was arrested on Sunday 18 Jan 2009 under section 151 and detained for 4 hours at Panaji Police Station.

 

What should I ask?

 

Whom should I address?

 

to get details of my arrest.

 

Police authority has not given me any paper but advised me to ask through RTI.

 

I was presented before Deputy Megistrate and released.

 

FIR No 42 of 09.

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I was arrested on Sunday 18 Jan 2009 under section 151 and detained for 4 hours at Panaji Police Station.

 

What should I ask?

 

Whom should I address?

 

to get details of my arrest.

 

Police authority has not given me any paper but advised me to ask through RTI.

 

I was presented before Deputy Megistrate and released.

 

FIR No 42 of 09.

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Cr.P.C. Section 151.Knowingly Joining or Continuing in assembly of five or more persons after it has been commanded to disperse.

You can ask the following under the RTI Act-2005

 

1.Reasons in details for arresting me.

 

2.Mode of Information/Complaint on/due to which I was arrested.

 

3.Name and designation of the officer(s) who were responsible/duty bound for telling me the reasons for my arrest.

 

4.When the government has issued a notification to enforce section 141 of Cr.P.C,please provide the details and copy of the same.

 

5.Total number of persons arrested under this section 151 of Cr.P.C on 18.01.2009 in the same/concerned police station,please provide the complete details of the same.

 

6.Please provide me the certified copy of the F.I.R and subsequent proceedings(till the date of reply of this application under RTI Act-2005)

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Cr.P.C. Section 151.Knowingly Joining or Continuing in assembly of five or more persons after it has been commanded to disperse.

You can ask the following under the RTI Act-2005

 

1.Reasons in details for arresting me.

 

2.Mode of Information/Complaint on/due to which I was arrested.

 

3.Name and designation of the officer(s) who were responsible/duty bound for telling me the reasons for my arrest.

 

4.When the government has issued a notification to enforce section 141 of Cr.P.C,please provide the details and copy of the same.

 

5.Total number of persons arrested under this section 151 of Cr.P.C on 18.01.2009 in the same/concerned police station,please provide the complete details of the same.

 

6.Please provide me the certified copy of the F.I.R and subsequent proceedings(till the date of reply of this application under RTI Act-2005)

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