Kerala Gov. abuse: HC orders two-week suspension of further proceedings

Kerala High Court orders investigation into the Kannur Judicial First Class Magistrate court for two weeks . No case was registered and no formal complaint was submitted in this regard .

India: Kerala (Kerala) (India), November 24: The court in Kerala ordered the Kerala High Court to place the investigation into the Kannur Judicial First Class Magistrate court for two weeks on Thursday, causing the court to order any complaint in connection with the incident.No case was registered and no formal complaint was submitted in this regard, according to the state government, who is filing a petition attempting to reverse the Kannur Judicial First Class Magistrate Court's order that the probe into suspected manhandling against the Kerala Governor during a program at Kannur University is being barred.Adv KV Manoj Kumar, the petitioner, demanded that an investigation be conducted into the matter.He said in the petition that since the alleged criminal plot was hatched in Delhi by the Governor, a thorough and thorough probe into the case is vital to find the perpetrators of the larger scheme.

So the order of the Judicial First Class Magistrate Court to record the petitioner's and other witnesses' statements under section 202 of the CrPC would be a waste of time.The petitioner was not an eyewitness to the suspected incident, but he had brought the complaint in order to change the criminal law in general.According to the petition, no one could set the criminal statute in motion since the incident at the 80th History Congress was a crime against society posing a danger to public safety.The police came to the conclusion that no investigation was required even after recording the Governor's address and his ADC's dress was torn by the militant protestors.According to the petition, it would be difficult to see the Governor before the court because of the constitutional bar set by article 361 of the Constitution and section 133(1)(vi) of the CrPC, and it continued to state that the Magistrate committed a grave mistake in not ordering an investigation into the suspected offence of manhandling a constitutional functionary of the Governor's stature and passing an order for recording the sworn declaration in a formal fashion, which would constitute a justice

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