Government to slap case of attempt to murder under section 307 IPC against those who attempt to enter the Sikkim illegally: CM P.S. Golay
The chief minister in Gangtok on Thursday said that if someone fears that that he will have to undergo 14 day quarantine for entering Sikkim and illegally makes attempt to come inside the state, he will be booked under section 307 IPC (attempt to murder).
Maharashtra lockdown: 1.10 lakh cases filed, 20,900 held so far
A vast majority of them have been booked under section 188 of the IPC for disobedience to official orders, police said.
Covid-19: Govt warns of action under IPC for violating quarantine
Action shall be taken under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (disobeying public servant's lawful order) if mandatory quarantine is violated, a directive issued by the Maharashtra government said on Wednesday.
Bandipora: Fake currency racket busted by J&K Police, 4 arrested
Jammu and Kashmir Police on May 07 in a search operation seized a total of Rs 5 lakh Indian fake currency. With the help of Kulgam Police 4 ...
Admin of Instagram group 'Bois Locker Room' arrested
Police said the 18-year-old admin of the group, known as "Bois Locker Room", appeared for his class 12 board examinations this year. He is a student of a school in Delhi-NCR. Four group members, who all are majors, above 18 years, have joined the probe on Wednesday, a senior police official said.
COVID-19: Goa govt makes wearing of masks compulsory
In a statement issued, the government said that action will be taken against those who violate the order. "Wearing masks is compulsory at public and work places, including streets, hospitals, working sites, etc, under the Goa Epidemic Diseases (Act), COVID-19 Regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the State," it said.
Penalties listed in lockdown guidelines applicable to only owners who are negligent: Government
The clarification follows "misinterpretation" by some media reports which have "claimed" that the guidelines of the ministry have prescribed penal actions against company directors and management if employees test positive for COVID-19 disease, a home ministry spokesperson said in a tweet.
Rajasthan: BJP MLA booked for provocative speech on COVID-19
The MLA is also accused of inviting people to his residence, disregarding social distancing norms, for enlisting names for supply of ration material.
Coronavirus lockdown: Uttar Pradesh cops lodge nearly 20,000 FIRs, net in Rs 7.7 crore fine
The FIRs were lodged under IPC section 188, which deals with disobedience to any order promulgated by a public servant.
Wearing masks made compulsory in Haryana, violators to face action: Home Minister Anil Vij
Those found violating the instructions will be punishable under Section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the IPC and the police authorities are empowered to take action against the violators, he said. "People can wear a mask or cover their face with cloth, scarves etc," he said.
Lockdown violation in big towns, 37000 booked: Uttar Pradesh DGP
According to UP police, more than 11500 FIRs have been registered in which over 37,000 persons have been named for allegedly violating the prohibitory orders imposed during the 21 day lockdown announced on March 24. Police is facing a “very huge challenge” in times of COVID-19 and those in frontline handling calls or COVID-19 positive cases are being provided with PPEs.
Venturing out during a lockdown? You may be booked under these clauses
Sec.269 IPC* Negligently doing any act known to be likely to spread infection of any disease dangerous to life Imprisonment for 6 months or fine, or both. *Cognizable, Bailable*
Case against 35 persons over showing black flags to Scindia
Around midnight on Friday, BJP workers had staged a protest at Shyamla Hills Police Station alleging that the Congress protesters not only blocked Scindia's car, but also attacked him. During the protest led by BJP's Bhopal district unit chief, Vikas Virani, the party workers demanded registration of a case against those involved in the incident.
Shashi Tharoor in High Court against summons in defamation case
In his plea, Tharoor has sought quashing of the April 27, 2019 order of a magisterial court summoning him on the criminal defamation complaint filed in 2018 by Delhi BJP leader Rajeev Babbar, who said his religious sentiments were hurt by the Congress leader's statement.
Modi govt resolves to make changes in IPC, CrPC: Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has asserted the NDA government's resolve to amend the IPC and the CrPC to make them more conducive for the country, amid the debate on delay in criminal justice delivery system, especially in heinous crimes like rape.
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