HC relief to petitioner in property dispute case

In a temporary relief to a petitioner against whom notice was issued by the police under Section 41-A CrPC, the vacation bench of Telangana High Court directed the police concerned not to proceed

Published: 01st June 2019 02:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st June 2019 08:12 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD:  In a temporary relief to a petitioner against whom notice was issued by the police under Section 41-A CrPC, the vacation bench of Telangana High Court directed the police concerned not to proceed in any manner against the petitioner in the guise of case investigation pertaining to a property dispute. The judge directed the police to respond to the petition by June 4.

The bench of Justice A Rajasheker Reddy was passing this interim order recently in the petition filed by G Raja Venkat of Ranga Reddy district with a plea to set aside the notice issued to him by the Narsingi police station.After hearing the case, Justice Rajasheker Reddy passed the said interim order and directed the authorities - sub-inspector and station house officer of Narsingi police station to respond to the petition and posted the matter to June 4.

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