Punjab police drug planting case: HC seeks response from Vodafone to produce information on police officials

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Written by Sofi Ahsan
| Chandigarh |

Published: October 13, 2018 10:08:53 am


Woman paraded on police jeep: HC summons DSP, seeks explanation  Punjab police drug planting case: HC seeks response from Vodafone to produce information on police officials punjab high court m7591 The order by Justice Amol Rattan Singh has been handed to confirm the contents of an FIR registered by the Nawanshahr Police in January.

IN AN alleged case of drug planting by Punjab Police, the Punjab and Haryana High Court so as to test the precise location of the police get together had made the restoration of contraband throughout a routine patrolling, issued a discover to the Telecom firm Vodafone and directed it to produce the precise information on utilization of the cell variety of a police official.

The order by Justice Amol Rattan Singh has been handed to confirm the contents of an FIR registered by the Nawanshahr Police in January. Mukhandpur Police Station in January had registered a case towards the accused Ashok Kumar for alleged restoration of 15 injections of Buprenorphine and 15 injections of Avil from his Swift Car throughout a routine patrolling. Kumar is claimed to have fled from the spot when the restoration was made.

In his plea earlier than the High Court, Kumar has mentioned that he was not even arrested from the spot and is being falsely implicated by Police. He has additionally mentioned the raid had truly taken place at his house and there was no restoration of contraband.

“The actual computer print out showing usage of telephone no.Xxx (stated to have been used by HC Jaswinder), shall be produced in Court showing, in continuous running form, the usage of the phone before and after 14:21:07 hours and 20:17:44 hours, starting from January 22, 2018 going upto January 24, 2018,” the order handed by the bench reads.

The discover has been issued to Vodafone’s Regional Manager who has been directed by the bench to additionally submit an affidavit, together with the print out, stating that it’s true steady print out of the utilization of the cellphone.

“It is further made absolutely clear that any attempt to show a broken print out / a disjointed print out, shall be treated to be a violation of this order and shall be dealt with as such,” the order reads.

The name element information of different three police officers have already been submitted within the High Court by the Police division together with the cellphone information of Kumar which present him current in village Aur/ Garopar on the time of acknowledged raid of police round 10:00 am. However, HC Jaswinder’s tower location haven’t been but submitted within the courtroom.

Following the restoration of medication, Jaswinder is claimed to have taken the information or ruqa to police station for registration of the case. According to the Police, he left the spot round 2:05 pm on the identical day. He had to search the carry to attain the police station because the police car was despatched after the accused, who had fled the spot. The FIR was registered round three PM. The police had attributed Jaswinder’s delay in reaching the police station to unavailability of the car.

Vodafone had earlier advised the police that Jaswinder’s actual tower location can’t be made out there as he had not used the cell phone throughout the time interval.

However, the police had earlier submitted the decision information of Jaswinder’s cellphone throughout that interval earlier than the courtroom in August. Due to the discrepancy, the High Court has immediately sought the information from Vodafone.

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