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amrishkumar

Dear Sir/mam

 

my in-laws made a false case against my family and to me.

Recently we came to know that my brother in law was theft a motor cycle of his friend. He was went to Ambala Central Jail due to this. Now i want to know how i can get his Criminal Record.

 

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amrish kumar

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RAVEENA_O

नमस्ते.

आरटीआई India मंच में आपका स्वागत है

 

Please file RTI Application before the PIO of the Police Authorities of the area where the theft occured and seek a copy of the Application filed before the Judicial Magistrate ......... (court under which the PIO falls) for remanding Shri. ............................ to judicial custody. Your B-in-L might have been sent to Ambala Jail on judicial custody remand. The application filed before the Magistrate might contain the information you may be seeking.

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