Kerala: Police challenge this rule in court
Kerala: Police challenge this rule in court

Rule 10-14 of the Kerala Police Rules-2020 has been challenged in the High Court. Under these rules, there is a provision for compromise in some offenses. The manual has been implemented on 16 April this year.

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Petitioners MJ Santosh and Deepu V. are members of Kerala Advocate Kottayam. In the petition filed on Saturday, it has been said that Rule 10-14 of Kerala Police Rules-2020 is a violation of Articles 14, 19, 21, 39A and 254 of the Constitution. Under this, there is a provision for compromise in some selected crimes, for which the accused also has to pay the fees.

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The petition said that it is a violation of the retention of decentralization of power as well as interference in the functioning of the judiciary. Not only this, if the sub-inspector and the police station in-charge can violate the order of the Supreme Court, then they can also put the cases of cognizable offenses on hold. The same, it is worth mentioning that Article 126 of the year 2011 law gives the police station in-charge the right to compromise in non-cognizable offenses.

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