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Posted on March 17, 2018, 1:24 p.m.

I have a fir against a person that tortured me .I had already filed a fir under some IPC LIKE 354,but police do not arrest the criminal as per his crime.So what should I do that police should arrest the criminal as soon as possible.

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Dear Madam, Section 354 IPC is a very big section you may view at the following link. Depending upon the severity the accused will be arrested. It is not known under which clause of Section 354 it falls,. Arrest is not required as it seems nothing to be recovered from the accused.


Engage a lawyer first and move an application under section 156(3) before a magistrate for direction and investigation.


If police is not register FIR then you should file a complaint before the Senior Supritendent of police and thereafter file a petition against the accused before concerned criminal court under section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C on which the magistrate will direct the police to lodge FIR


If police refuse to register an FIR, file a criminal complaint in the Judicial Magistrate's Court for direction to police FIR


There are two options available with you. 1. You submit application to Senior Superintendent of Police or IG Police explaining your grievance alongwith reference details of your earlier complaint. 2. You proceed with criminal case against the person u/s 156 of CrPC before your local Courts


Dear unknown if police refuses to registerd FIR u/s 354 then you can file a complaint in the court of law u/s 356 court will directed to the police for registerd FIR..


FIR under section 154 of Cr.P.C, such a person can approach Superintendent of Police (SP), with written application, under sub-section 3 of section 154 of Cr.P.C. In case of SP also does not still register FIR, or despite FIR is registered, no proper investigation is done, in such a case, the aggrieved person can approach Magistrate concerned under section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C. If that be so, it is very essential and interest to know the powers conferred on Magistrate under section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C. Read more at: http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/156-3-of-crpc-when-police-does-not-register-fir-148421.asp

-Advocate Irfan Khan July 17, 2018, 10:56 p.m.

Filled an applicatio to the superrntendent of police of your distrcit if not geting any further step then filed an complaint to the competent court under section 200 0r 156(3) of code of criminal procedure 1973.


First of all, you can write down your grievance to the Superintendent of Police of your District. Send your letter via Registered Post Acknowledgement Due. If no action is taken, you need assistance of a lawyer to file a Complaint Case before the Criminal Court. The Criminal Court will then issue arrest warrant. Please do not hesitate to contact me, in case you need any clarification/assistance.


u can filled an application us 156(3) ipc


The first and the foremost remedy that you can exercise is going before the DSP under the provisions of section 154 and request him to take appropriate action. Remember, you cannot force and investigating agency to arrest and accused neither the police is bound to arrest each and every accused. If you think that it is necessary to arrest but the police is not taking action you can file an application for monitoring investigation before the magistrate stating as to why Arrest is necessary in your case.


Sir, If the concerned police SHO not taking action you go and approach the DSP along with the FIR copy for prompt action against the accused.


Sir, If the concerned police SHO not taking action you go and approach the DSP along with the FIR copy for prompt action against the accused.


Sir, If the concerned police SHO not taking action you go and approach the DSP along with the FIR copy for prompt action against the accused.


Sir, If the concerned police SHO not taking action you go and approach the DSP along with the FIR copy for prompt action against the accused.


Sir, If the concerned police SHO not taking action you go and approach the DSP along with the FIR copy for prompt action against the accused.


Sir, If the concerned police SHO not taking action you go and approach the DSP along with the FIR copy for prompt action against the accused.


If police in not investigating in a case even after registration of FIR u/s 154 then we can file a complaint directly in court or we can file an application in court to order proper investigation u/s 156(3) Code of Criminal Procedure.


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Posted on Dec. 5, 2018, 11:11 a.m.

I am an Indian Citizen. I have been a non-consensual Government experiment since a minor. I am legally an adult now. I have been a medical experiment for 5 years. Post that, I have had torture tolerance testing which is ongoing untill present. I live under constant surveillance.

I would like to know the Criminal law sections, under which I can file a lawsuit against my Perpetrators. Also, law sections and procedure to issue a notice to immediately cease-and-desist my illegal experimentation

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Posted on Nov. 20, 2018, 3:51 p.m.

Please note that the people who apply please take more than a month, I have taken more than two months, and I suggest you come to an authorized agency / consultant. On the same day my friend,
I applied NSDL online, where my friend came to me in 10 days, after which I received 2 months and half months, after sending email to more personality. Since the agency is in contact with the people's office, they can do it easily. Ordinary people have to wait for more than a month.
It will be very slow

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Posted on Aug. 11, 2018, 11:17 p.m.

A case u/s 448/341/323/307/354/379/504/34IPC has been registered against me. Charge sheet filed on 28 Feb 17. The court has not yet issued any direction / notice in this case. Despite police issued a notice u/s 41(1) on 20 Apr 17 to appear on 21 Apr 17 at my pmt address at Muzaffarpur, Bihar. I live at Delhi. Living and employment info sent to police and asked for another date. I asked for a copy of charge sheet through RTI but not supplied by the police till date. Now police has claimed me as

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Posted on Dec. 5, 2018, 11:11 a.m.

I am an Indian Citizen. I have been a non-consensual Government experiment since a minor. I am legally an adult now. I have been a medical experiment for 5 years. Post that, I have had torture tolerance testing which is ongoing untill present. I live under constant surveillance.

I would like to know the Criminal law sections, under which I can file a lawsuit against my Perpetrators. Also, law sections and procedure to issue a notice to immediately cease-and-desist my illegal experimentation

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Posted on Nov. 20, 2018, 3:51 p.m.

Please note that the people who apply please take more than a month, I have taken more than two months, and I suggest you come to an authorized agency / consultant. On the same day my friend,
I applied NSDL online, where my friend came to me in 10 days, after which I received 2 months and half months, after sending email to more personality. Since the agency is in contact with the people's office, they can do it easily. Ordinary people have to wait for more than a month.
It will be very slow

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Posted on Aug. 11, 2018, 11:17 p.m.

A case u/s 448/341/323/307/354/379/504/34IPC has been registered against me. Charge sheet filed on 28 Feb 17. The court has not yet issued any direction / notice in this case. Despite police issued a notice u/s 41(1) on 20 Apr 17 to appear on 21 Apr 17 at my pmt address at Muzaffarpur, Bihar. I live at Delhi. Living and employment info sent to police and asked for another date. I asked for a copy of charge sheet through RTI but not supplied by the police till date. Now police has claimed me as

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