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first_imgNews UpdatesFarmers Union Moves Plea Before AG Seeking Contempt Against Haryana Chief Minister For Alleged Contemptuous Statements Sanya Talwar14 Oct 2020 5:13 AMShare This – xA farmers Union named “Sabka Mangal Ho” has moved a petition before the Advocate General of Haryana seeking invocation of Criminal Contempt of court for allegedly making contemptuous statement in relation to a matter pending enquiry before the High Court, allegedly with regard to lathi charge on Farmers protesting against the Farmers’ enactments.”That through this Petition the Petitioner…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA farmers Union named “Sabka Mangal Ho” has moved a petition before the Advocate General of Haryana seeking invocation of Criminal Contempt of court for allegedly making contemptuous statement in relation to a matter pending enquiry before the High Court, allegedly with regard to lathi charge on Farmers protesting against the Farmers’ enactments.”That through this Petition the Petitioner seeks to prosecute Shri Manohar Lal Khattar  under the Contempt of Court Act; 1971, for making contemptuous statement in open press conference in connection with the matter pending enquiry; in pursuance to the directions of the Hon’ble High Court in CWP-14874- 2020, which has lowered or tends to lower the authority of Hon’ble High Court of Punjab & Haryana; culminating into the interference in the administration of justice, ultimately undermining people’s confidence in administration of justice. The Criminal Contempt of Court is self-explanatory of the forthcoming facts and circumstances of the case”On September 18, The Punjab & Haryana High Court had directed the DGP, Haryana to ‘sensitize’ police officials performing duties during these protests, about the Guidelines for Police, laid down by the Supreme Court in the DK Basu Case. The Bench of Justice Arun Monga was hearing a plea filed by the Haryana Progressive Farmers Union, alleging that the during the farmers’ protest against the Agriculture Ordinances on September 10, 2020, few unknown persons, some in police uniform and others without, resorted to lathi charge to dispel the crowd. In the said incident, numerous farmers, including many old aged, were allegedly injured by unknown police officials but even the basic medical care was not provided. Justice Monga disposed of the plea as he remarked that no doubt the procedural safeguards envisaged in the DK Basu Guidelines have to be observed by the Police administration, in letter and spirit. He said that he expects the competent authority to look into the matter and pass appropriate orders, “as expeditiously as possible”.In this backdrop, the petitioner-union has alleged the Chief Minister being in a constitutional position does not belong to any particular political party but rather he is the head of the State to aid and advise the Governor to run the affairs of a State. “Therefore, while holding a constitutional post the contemnor exercises substantial control and influence over the police administration and general administration.”It is stated that prior to the aforementioned, the Petitioner states that while keeping in view the grace attached with the constitutional position of a Chief Minister, and with a view to avoid initiating proceedings under the Contempt of Court Act, 1971, got issued Legal Notice dated: 22nd September, 2020, to the Contemnor through E-mail. “However, the Contemnor has not at all responded to the Legal Notice and has undermined the people’s confidence in the public administration in general and administration of justice in particular,” the plea reads.Click Here To Download PetitionNext Storylast_img read more

first_imgiStock(ORLANDO) — Police in Florida issued arrest warrants for more than 100 members of a suspected drug gang on Wednesday and seized enough fentanyl to wipe out a large county. Dozens of them were taken into custody and bused to prison, including the six alleged ringleaders.The 104 arrest warrants concluded a monthslong investigation by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office into an organization suspected of “distributing kilogram quantities” of heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl — a synthetic opioid that can be up to 100 times more powerful than morphine, police said.The amount of opiates seized were “enough to kill every single resident of Brevard County,” which has an estimated population of about 590,000 people, according to police.Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the bust marked the biggest drug seizure in the county’s history.“We cannot allow these drugs and the criminals who pedal them to poison our communities and destroy lives,” DeSantis said in a statement Wednesday. “We must have strict enforcement for these dealers and treatment for those who have become addicted.”The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said investigators uncovered 75 firearms, 9 pounds of methamphetamine, 3 pounds of fentanyl and an undisclosed amount of heroin. The drugs had an estimated street value of at least $181,000, according to the office.Fentanyl, often used to lace other drugs, is considered the deadliest drug in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Ingesting as little as 0.25 milligrams can be fatal.Detectives said the organization was obtaining large quantities of drugs from overseas and distributing them throughout Brevard County, which is about 50 miles east of Orlando.“Arrest warrants were issued for each of the 100 suspects who have been identified throughout the course of the investigation as sources or distributors of these deadly drugs,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement. “Several of the suspects arrested today were arrested previously in this investigation for drug-related charges and were released after posting lowered bonds.”The three alleged organizational leaders were identified as Brandon Huff, 35, and Jonathan Walker, 42, both of Cocoa, and Megan Wilborn, 31, of Merritt Island. Huff is being held on $2.5 million bond, while both Walker and Wilborn are being held on just over $900,000 bond.The suspects could face multiple charges ranging from conspiracy and trafficking to racketeer influenced corrupt organization (RICO).Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.,iStock(ORLANDO) — Police in Florida issued arrest warrants for more than 100 members of a suspected drug gang on Wednesday and seized enough fentanyl to wipe out a large county. Dozens of them were taken into custody and bused to prison, including the six alleged ringleaders.The 104 arrest warrants concluded a monthslong investigation by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office into an organization suspected of “distributing kilogram quantities” of heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl — a synthetic opioid that can be up to 100 times more powerful than morphine, police said.The amount of opiates seized were “enough to kill every single resident of Brevard County,” which has an estimated population of about 590,000 people, according to police.Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the bust marked the biggest drug seizure in the county’s history.“We cannot allow these drugs and the criminals who pedal them to poison our communities and destroy lives,” DeSantis said in a statement Wednesday. “We must have strict enforcement for these dealers and treatment for those who have become addicted.”The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said investigators uncovered 75 firearms, 9 pounds of methamphetamine, 3 pounds of fentanyl and an undisclosed amount of heroin. The drugs had an estimated street value of at least $181,000, according to the office.Fentanyl, often used to lace other drugs, is considered the deadliest drug in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Ingesting as little as 0.25 milligrams can be fatal.Detectives said the organization was obtaining large quantities of drugs from overseas and distributing them throughout Brevard County, which is about 50 miles east of Orlando.“Arrest warrants were issued for each of the 100 suspects who have been identified throughout the course of the investigation as sources or distributors of these deadly drugs,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement. “Several of the suspects arrested today were arrested previously in this investigation for drug-related charges and were released after posting lowered bonds.”The three alleged organizational leaders were identified as Brandon Huff, 35, and Jonathan Walker, 42, both of Cocoa, and Megan Wilborn, 31, of Merritt Island. Huff is being held on $2.5 million bond, while both Walker and Wilborn are being held on just over $900,000 bond.The suspects could face multiple charges ranging from conspiracy and trafficking to racketeer influenced corrupt organization (RICO).Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more