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kundan_scorpio

Hi Munish,

I have mentioned different ways you can register your FIR.

a) Just find out the DCP's address of your district. Send a registered letter to him.

b) Find out vigilance helpline number and lodge your complaint on phone itself.

c) You can lodge your grievance on this site: Grievance Redress Mechanism in Government Click on lodge your grievance, select appropriate authority.

d) The Simplest method would be to be file an RTI asking for the reasons for not lodging FIR. Its a plain handwritten application addressed to Public Information Officer. So in your case it should be DCP of your district. To know in detail about How to file an RTI, google RTI helpline number. You will find a lawyer's number. He will guide you free of cost.

 

Hope it helps.

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Kundan

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Dear friend,

 

fir is an eyewash. My house burgled and an fir made but no action taken by ps. I live in kolkata. I made a complaint upto the home secretary and gave copy to cp and acp in person. But 40 days now no action. 1% of assorted article brought (they told some gentlemen deposited at ps) and within the prolonged time gap of court bond process to take possession of the article which we identified at the ps on 28/08/09, 90% of them replicated with false jewellery and we had been forced to take delivery on 17/09/09 and asked to sign the records at ps that 'we are satisfied with the contents received'

 

this is reg the 1% then it means i have to forego the 99%

 

no justice in any machinery.

 

The protector is party to the booty.

 

I am ashamed to be a citizen of this great country.

 

Spy-der (Posting of mob. no. is against RTI India - Forum Rules - hence deleted)

 

 

 

where can i tel this bold truth...?

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Dear Shridhar,

I appreciate the bold step taken by you. Had I been in your place, I would have tried to collect the evidence that police is forcing you to accept the items which are fabricated and sent those evidences to the entire media.

 

Every iota of efforts will be an important step to fight against corruption. Still there are certain relatively more pious departments where you can approach.

 

Leaving Preachings apart, here is all what you can do:

 

a) Vigilance is still considered relatively more pious & less corrupt. Find out the vigilance helpline number on google in Calcutta & register your complaint. To lodge complaint against police Vigilance is the department.

 

 

b) District Magistrate is most powerful person. He has the full authority to instruct police to work on your case or take action against Police particularly in your case. Please visit his office personally and talk to him and send him a written application using registered post.

 

b) RTI - Right to Information (This link gives the list of RTI activists)

I had a word with wife of retired Commodore Lokesh K batra one of the RTI activists. I came to know from her that Mr Batra is fighting against UP chief Minister Mayawati who is wasting public money to erect statues and could successfully put atleast a comma in her drive. He has fought several cases against Noida & Ghaziabad authority successfully using RTI specially the passport office.

 

There are several RTI activists associated with NGOs who help in filing RTI application and can guide us about the scope of RTI against a private builder. I myself have filed RTI. But taking help from a professional will definitely be more effective.

 

c) Parivartan -> List of Success Stories

please see this link to know how a common man has used RTI to his job done

 

d) You will find numerous links with keywords: "How to fight Corruption ".

 

Here are few some links related to RTI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Always use written mode of communication so that it serves as the proof.

 

Let us join hands to fight against corruption. The turn over of Corruption industry in India is highest in the world bigger than revenue of any giant MNC.

 

Regards,

Kundan Sharma

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As reported by Ananya Sengupta in telegraphindia.com on 29 December 2009:

The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) | Frontpage | FIR must for all complaints

 

FIR must for all complaints

- Delhi circular after Ruchika tragedy

 

New Delhi, Dec. 28: Police will now have to file an FIR on every complaint, the Union home ministry said today, ending the decades-old practice of lodging general diaries that allowed the law-keepers to sit on complaints without investigation.

 

The move is a fallout of the high-profile Ruchika Girhotra molestation case where Haryana police had initially refused to file an FIR (first information report), apparently because the accused was a senior officer.

 

The ministry is expected to send a circular to all the states by early next week, making it mandatory for station house officers to register FIRs on virtually every complaint. The SHOs must also state their reasons for registering any FIR —or not registering one if they felt a complaint was obviously false — to their superiors in writing, sources said.

 

The police can therefore no longer use the device of the diary, where they jotted down complaints and forgot all about them. Registering an FIR means the police must report to a magistrate, who then monitors the progress of investigation. The case cannot be closed without the magistrate’s permission.

 

A diary allows the police to avoid the trouble of investigation, arrests, chargesheets and prosecution.

 

From now on, sources said, even if a complaint is false, the police will be expected to probe it before they drop it.

 

Indian police are notorious for refusing to lodge FIRs, especially if the complainants are poor, as in the Nithari serial child rapes and murders. (See chart)

 

A Right to Information application from an NGO has forced Delhi police to admit lodging FIRs in only 9.5 per cent of child disappearances even after Nithari. The NGO has also found out that less than 12 per cent rape complaints are turned into FIRs. This despite victims’ families often sitting in front of police stations for hours — even days — imploring the cops to act.

 

Neetu Srivastav, a day labourer in Ghaziabad, told The Telegraph that for the past one year, she had been travelling to the local police station every day and pleading in vain for an FIR to be filed to trace her missing daughter Pallavi, now 14. Another RTI plea has found out that at least 800 complainants in Lucknow had to fight court cases to get FIRs registered in 2006 and 2007.

 

Under the Raj, almost every complaint was expected to lead to an FIR but practices changed as cases burgeoned after Independence.

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apurvadesai

Is this letter to the DCP fine!?

 

please lemme knw..

 

C-1/51 Mangal Apartments,

Vasundhara Enclave,

Delhi 110096

 

10th March 2010

 

DCP,

xxxxxxxxx

 

 

Dear Sir,

SUBJECT: Refusal to lodge FIR.

Sir, I lost my phone in xxxxxxxx on 5 February 2010 at approximately 7 p.m. As per the norms, I went to file an FIR the next day at the New Ashok Nagar Police Station. I was refused, and was cited the reason that a FIR was not lodged for such ‘trivial’ reasons. I was asked to present a written complaint and I duly complied.

It’s been a month since then and there has been no follow up. I would be glad if you would oblige me with the explanation for the above citation. (FIR not being lodged.) Whereas, a FIR is compulsory for all such cases.

Sincerely waiting for a reply,

 

 

 

xxx

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vinod dhawwan

hi friends

 

i am new to this community well i think u r doing g8 job i need u r help in getting registered the complaint of a lady who called a pcr on spot and culprit was apprehended by police for beating molestation and threatning a complaint was made to local police her statement was recorded m l c was issued by govt hospital yet police failed to register f i r as the police officer and sho was biased and in favour of culprit senior police officials were informed met personally nothing happened sho filed the police report under the garb of preliminary inquiry as no action taken on complaint kindly guide how to get f i r register

thanking

vinod dhawwan my email is xxx@yyy.zzz - Deleted email id - posting against forum rules

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kindly guide how to get f i r register

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Please read the full thread above.

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Hi friends,

 

I have faced this situations more then once. Hence need to understand if we have a better way to deal with it.

 

Police in India (Does not matter which state it is) never accepts FIR inspite of providing dufficient evidence of THEFT. I had lost my mobile and as Police never filed a FIR, I could not even get my insurance money claimed. This happened in Bangalore.

 

Recently once of my friend lost his bike in Bubaneswar and there alsoPolice is not filling the FIR even if we had provided all answers to their questions. We lost few important original document whish were there in side box.

 

Can we do something here, pls guide.

 

Regards,

Pabak

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I have faced this situations more then once. Hence need to understand if we have a better way to deal with it.

 

Police in India (Does not matter which state it is) never accepts FIR inspite of providing dufficient evidence of THEFT. I had lost my mobile and as Police never filed a FIR, I could not even get my insurance money claimed. This happened in Bangalore.

 

Recently once of my friend lost his bike in Bubaneswar and there alsoPolice is not filling the FIR even if we had provided all answers to their questions. We lost few important original document whish were there in side box.

 

Can we do something here, pls guide.

 

 

Your post has been merged with another existing thread on the same topic/subject. Please read the full thread above and all the links given in the posts.

 

Also read some of the threads in the following search results:

 

https://www.google.co.in/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=how+to+lodge+an+FIR+site%3Awww.rtiindia.org

 

​(There are many pages of results)

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Dear Ashish

 

Your post has been merged with another existing thread on the same topic/subject. Please read the full thread above and all the links given in the posts.

 

regards

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owaiskhan

It’s not a story at all, this had happened with me on the date of 14th march 2013. Just few yards away from Mandawali Police station near Navneeti apartment, 3 men’s robbed me at gun point and since that day I’ve been trying my best to lodge a FIR in Madhu vihar police station (because I’ve been told that the case is in the territory of MADHU Vihar police station by the PCR van, I called that night) that night, I had received a paper containing the list of all the things which were robbed.

 

 

 

Next day, I reached Police station to lodge a FIR because that’s the only proof banks and other institutions needs for sending new cards and other related documents as fresh but ASI , told me that he will look into the matter but unable to provide any FIR in regards to this incident and did offered me 1000 RS to keep quite. i have emailed all the senior officers i could fine, wat else can be done in this regards, any help would be gretaly appreciated

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dr.s.malhotra

Immediately write to the SP of the area . Write all facts , inform that your effort to get FIR registered have failed for reasons stated above , request for registration of FIR with copy of FIR to you . In the subject clearly mention - Information on Cognizable Offence - requesting for registration of FIR . Wait for 10-15 days , get in touch with PS concerned and seek copy of FIR . If still no FIR is registered , then approach Judicial Magistrate in relevant Court with a Complaint and pray for directions for registration of FIR etc.

 

Read Chapter XII of Code of Criminal Procedure [ s.154 CrPC to s.176 CrPC ] esp . s. 154 CrPC . It is a small piece of reading , going to helpful in future .

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owaiskhan

Thank you Mr Malhotra, however sent an email to the commissioner of police and all the relevant and important persons listed on the delhi police website, it's been three days now, however i have still not received any response from any of them i have again sent the reminder today.

Should i send a hand written registered mail to the SP, i can not run to police stations everyday as i am working professional

 

Please help

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