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Judiciary stands with facts and evidences – Hemanta released on bail without surety bond

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Mar 19:

The more the criticism of the judiciary the more the people started trusting the law court to get the ultimate justice. Wrongful confinement of any person base on any complaint without proper investigation has always been taken with extreme seriousness by the Judges in the law court. A case similar to this has been brought up to the bench of Chief Judicial Magistrate Imphal West on Friday.
On March 16, 2023, one Khaidem (Ongbi) Jewel Devi, aged about 27 years and wife of Khaidem Appollo Singh of Mongsangei Mayai Leikai, lodged a complaint against Waikhom Hemanta Singh, aged about 54, his wife and his 27 years old daughter who is currently waiting to appear the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) of the same locality on charge of assaulting her. She also charged Hemanta and his family for insulting her and her family with abusive words many times.
According to a medical report provided by the UHC Singjamei, Health Services, Government of Manipur, there was no grievous injury.
However, based on the complaint by Jewel Devi, Hemanta along with his wife and daughters were summoned to the police station and later detained in the police lockup.
Even though the doctor’s report said nothing about grievous injury, the Singjamei Police Station lodged FIR under various sections including sections 325 and 354 of the Indian Penal Code, which is in no way relevant as the complainant claimed injured could walk and talk with some complaint of giddiness and have not to mention of hurting her modesty.
Counsel of Hemanta , plead the CJM Imphal West to deliver justice in connection with the case.
After hearing the CJM Imphal West cancelled the remand plea by the police and released only on personal bond without surety bond, which reflects remarkably the administration of justice of the court of law. The Judge also warned the police to be more careful while handling such cases.

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