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Jul 24 2015 (HC)

Md Mansoor Alias Mansoor Alam Alias Manser Nauwa Vs. The State of Jhar ...

Court : Jharkhand

..... dated 30th july, 2014, whereby the district magistrate, dhanbad has been pleased to pass detention order against the petitioner for one year under section 12(2) of jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002 (for short 'jcc act'); and (ii) for quashing order no.5/cca/01/13/2014/5379 dated 16th october, 2014 passed by the deputy secretary, department of home, government of ..... parliament.19. in the erstwhile state of bihar, it was bihar control of crimes act, 1981 and after creation of state of jharkhand the said act was adopted and now it is known as jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002. in support of the submission advanced regarding application of section 12(2) of the jcc act, learned counsel for the respondents has referred the judgment of the patna ..... a) dated 30th august, 2014, whereby the district magistrate, east singhbhum has been pleased to pass detention order against the petitioner for one year under section 12(2) of jharkhand crime control act, 2002.6. the petitioners have assailed the detention orders mainly on the following grounds:- (i) action on the part of the respondents authorities is illegal and violative of articles 14 ..... dated 28 th october, 2014, whereby the district magistrate, east singhbhum has been pleased to pass detention order against the petitioner for one year under section 12(2) of jharkhand crime control act, 2002; and has further prayed for a direction on the respondents to release the petitioner from jail. w.p.(cr.) no.34 of 2015 5. in this writ petition, .....

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Sep 01 2015 (HC)

Akhilesh Singh Vs. The State of Jharkhand and Ors

Court : Jharkhand

..... deputy commissioner, east singhbhum, whereby a direction has been given to detain the petitioner for one year under section 12(1) read with section 12(2) of jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002 (hereinafter referred to as the act?) and further pays for quashing of the subsequent order dated 30.04.2015 passed by the respondent no.3-the deputy secretary, department of home, govt. ..... prevention of dangerous activities of bootleggers, dacoits, drug offenders, goondas, immoral traffic offenders and land grabbers act, 1986 (hereinafter referred to as the a.p.act?, 1986), but the said provision is exactly similar to the provisions of section 12(2) of the jharkhand control of crimes act. in that case, the hon?ble supreme court considering the case of the husband of the appellant ..... of jharkhand, ranchi by which the order of detention dated 20.04.2015 passed against the petitioner, has been approved.2. the relevant facts, which are necessary for the ..... , who was having a criminal antecedent and was directed under section 3(2) of the a.p.act, 1986 to be detained for 12 months, held that the impugned government .....

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Aug 29 2017 (HC)

Mosharaf Quraishi Alias Musaraf Quraishi Vs. The State of Jharkhand an ...

Court : Jharkhand

..... case no. 2 of 2017 passed by the district magistrate cum deputy commissioner, hazaribagh, whereby and whereunder in exercise of powers conferred under section 3 of the jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002, (hereinafter referred to as the act) an order of externment has been passed against the petitioner. it has been submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner that the order of externment does ..... .2017 in cca case no. 2 of 2017 passed by the district magistrate cum deputy commissioner, hazaribagh, whereby and whereunder in exercise of powers conferred under section 3 of the jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002, an order of externment has been passed against the petitioner, is hereby quashed and set aside. this application stands disposed of. (rongon mukhopadhyay,j) rakesh/ ..... the petitioner is an anti social element. in the recommendation, which was made by the superintendent of police, it was indicated that the act of cow slaughtering and sale of beef is illegal through out the state of jharkhand and the petitioner was accused of doing such business although he does not have any license. it was also indicated therein that the ..... act of the petitioner would lead to communal flare up, for which he has been warned but still the petitioner had continued the business of .....

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Aug 29 2017 (HC)

Nizamuddin Alias Hazi Nizam Quraishi Vs. The State of Jharkhand and Or ...

Court : Jharkhand

..... case no. 11 of 2017 passed by the district magistrate cum deputy commissioner, hazaribagh, whereby and whereunder in exercise of powers conferred under section 3 of the jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002, (hereinafter referred to as the act) an order of externment has been passed against the petitioner. it has been submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner that the order of externment does ..... .2017 in cca case no. 11 of 2017 passed by the district magistrate cum deputy commissioner, hazaribagh, whereby and whereunder in exercise of powers conferred under section 3 of the jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002, an order of externment has been passed against the petitioner, is hereby quashed and set aside. this application stands disposed of. (rongon mukhopadhyay,j) rakesh/ ..... the petitioner is an anti social element. in the recommendation, which was made by the superintendent of police, it was indicated that the act of cow slaughtering and sale of beef is illegal through out the state of jharkhand and the petitioner was accused of doing such business although he does not have any license. it was also indicated therein that the ..... act of the petitioner would lead to communal flare up, for which he has been warned but still the petitioner had continued the business of .....

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Aug 29 2017 (HC)

Laddan Quraishi Alias Ahihasan Laddan Quraishi Vs. The State of Jharkh ...

Court : Jharkhand

..... case no. 6 of 2017 passed by the district magistrate cum deputy commissioner, hazaribagh, whereby and whereunder in exercise of powers conferred under section 3 of the jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002, (hereinafter referred to as the act) an order of externment has been passed against the petitioner. it has been submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner that the order of externment does ..... .2017 in cca case no. 6 of 2017 passed by the district magistrate cum deputy commissioner, hazaribagh, whereby and whereunder in exercise of powers conferred under section 3 of the jharkhand control of crimes act, 2002, an order of externment has been passed against the petitioner, is hereby quashed and set aside. this application stands disposed of. (rongon mukhopadhyay,j) rakesh/ ..... the petitioner is an anti social element. in the recommendation, which was made by the superintendent of police, it was indicated that the act of cow slaughtering and sale of beef is illegal through out the state of jharkhand and the petitioner was accused of doing such business although he does not have any license. it was also indicated therein that the ..... act of the petitioner would lead to communal flare up, for which he has been warned but still the petitioner had continued the business of .....

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Dec 19 2017 (HC)

Jitendra Korwa Alias Chhotan Ji Alias Komal Ji Vs. The State of Jharkh ...

Court : Jharkhand

..... which led the respondent no. 6 to intimate the respondent no. 4 that it was necessary for the petitioner to be detained under section 12(2) of the jharkhand crime control act, 2002 (hereinafter referred to as the act). the respondent no. 5 thereafter vide memo no. 65 dated 24.01.2017 made a recommendation to the -2- district magistrate, garhwa (respondent no.4) for detaining ..... in memo no. 5/cca/01/27/2017-2693 dated 15.05.2017 passed by the additional secretary, department of home, government of jharkhand, ranchi by which the detention order passed under section 12(2) of the jharkhand crime control act, 2002 has been extended till 07.09.2017. further prayer has been made directing the concerned respondents to release the petitioner from illegal detention. the ..... brought to the notice of the hon ble supreme court or before this court at the time of deliverance of the judgment in the case of prince khan (supra). the jharkhand control of crimes act, 1981 was enacted for the control and suppression of anti social elements with a view to maintenance of public order. section 12 of the ..... in force for more than twelve days after the making thereof, unless, in the meantime, it has been approved by the state government. section 12 of jharkhand crime control act is pari materia with the tamil nadu act as quoted hereinabove. it was concluded in the said judgment that the period of three months as mentioned was with respect to the period of delegation of .....

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Sep 15 2015 (HC)

Salman Iraki Alias Md Salman Iraki Vs. The State of Jharkhand Through ...

Court : Jharkhand

..... 3) passed by the district magistrate, ranchi, whereby and whereunder, he detained the petitioner in exercise of power conferred upon him under section 12 (2) of the jharkhand crime control act 2002 (hereinafter referred as 'act').2. it is submitted by sri p.k. sinha, learned counsel for the petitioner that the aforesaid order of detention is bad, because it is violative of section ..... moinuddin @ moin iraki, resident of village-manua, azad mohalla, p.o.-hesla, p.s. giddi, district-hazaribagh ... ... ... petitioner versus 1.the state of jharkhand through the principal secretary, department of home, government of jharkhand, having its office at project building, dhurwa, p.o. & p.s. dhurwa, district-ranchi 2.the district magistrate, ranchi having its office at ranchi collectorate, ..... except according to the procedure established by law. in the instant case, i find that the detaining authority has not followed the procedure prescribed under section 17 of the act. under the said circumstance, in my view, the detention of the petitioner is against the procedure prescribed by the law, therefore the same cannot be sustained.9. accordingly ..... this case, deputy commissioner cum district magistrate has taken about five days in reaching to hazaribag. there is absolutely no explanation for such delay. section 17 of the act provides that in exceptional cases, the grounds can be served to the detenue after giving reason for the delay. but in the instant case, there is no exceptional circumstances .....

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Jan 07 2003 (HC)

Birendra Mandal Vs. the State of Jharkhand Through the Secretary, Depa ...

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : 2003(51)BLJR655; 2003CriLJ2089; [2003(1)JCR431(Jhr)]

..... the orders dated 19.8.2000, 3.9.2000 and 20.8.2002 passed by the deputy commissioner, jamtara as well as approval was made by the government of jharkhand,department of home initiated under section 12(2) of the bihar control of crimes act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act').2. it is stated that the sub-divisional officer, jamtara requested the superintendent ..... of police, jamtara to send a proposal to the deputy commissioner, jamtara to detain the petitioner under section 12 of the act and thereafter the ..... the order detention of the petitioner passed by respondent no. 3 on 19.8.2002 (annexure 11) after expiry of the stipulated period as laid down under the provision of the act. the petitioner had also filed his representation before the secretary, government of jharkhand on 15.9.2002 (annexure 14) through the superintendent of jail, jamtara which has not yet been ..... the deputy commissioner, jamtara (respondent no. 3) earlier under section 12(2) of the act on the recommendation of the superintendent of police, jamtara (respondent no. 4) dated 25.7.2002 but the said detention order could not be approved by the state of jharkhand, home department, because of non-availability of the required documents within the stipulated period of 12 .....

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Sep 11 2002 (HC)

Bhola Singh Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : 2003CriLJ262

..... of his gang.on the basis of which, the learned magistrate passed the order dated 4-6-2002 detaining the petitioner under sub-section (2) of section 12 of the bihar control of crimes act (bihar act 7/1981) read with notification no. 1635 dated 19th march, 2002 of jharkhand. the petitioner had also filed a representation petition denying the allegation which was rejected by the state ..... government. hence, this application.3. mr. t.r. bajaj, the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner submitted that the learned district magistrate, bokaro committed error in passing the order dated 4-6-2002 detaining the petitioner under the bihar control of crimes act, as ..... to the normal balanced peaceful tempo of civil life of the community and not on the mere definition of crime given to such acts in the law of crimes. similar acts in different situation may give rise to different problems in one set of circumstances an act may pose only a law and order problem whereas in another it may generate deep and wide spread ..... be punished under the ordinary law of the land. but the purpose of preventive detention is not to punish the criminal, but to prevent him from doing acts which adversely affect public order. in regard to the crimes that he may commit, the criminal must be punished in accordance with law. but with a view to avoid the nasty effect that such .....

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Mar 05 2002 (HC)

Manoj Singh @ Manoj Kumar Singh Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : 2002CriLJ2311

..... , west singhbhum, chaibasa, in exercise of the powers under section 12(2) of the bihar control of crimes act, 1981, annexure-1 and the order of approval of the aforesaid detention order by the government of jharkhand, vide annexure-3, and the order of the state government passed under section 20(1) read ..... with section 22 of the bihar control of crimes act, 1981 (hereinafter referred to as the act) by which the detention of the petitioner was ordered to be till 6.6.2002, vide annexure-5. ..... grounds of detention severable.--(1) where a person has beendetained in pursuance of an order ofdetention whether made before or afterthe commencement of the bihar controlof crimes act, 1981, under section 12which has been made on two or moregrounds such order of detention shall bedeemed to have been made separate oneach of such ..... misbehaved with the government officials and also threatened that after coming out, they would create such a situation that the police would not be able to control it. subsequently, in sadar p.s. entry no. 137 dated 5.5.2001, a threat was given to the officer-in-charge that he ..... the crimes were independent of the inter related crimes. thus, crimes committed by him at best can be related to the law and order and not to the public order. the further case of the petitioner is that at the time of passing of the impugned order, several cases under the arms act .....

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