More than 500 invoices pending in police stations

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Jammu. Due to the Corona epidemic, the courts have been functioning at a virtual juncture. This is having an impact on the challan presented by the police. Even the process of investigation is being affected. More than 500 invoices are pending in police stations belonging to Jammu district. Complaints of many people are not even heard in police stations. They are being asked to bring a complaint after one to two days.
According to the information, there are at least 15 to 20 cases in each police station, whose invoices have to be presented, but are not being done due to Corona epidemic. The invoicing process is being affected because of the accused not being called in the police stations. Challans of about 500 cases are to be submitted in Jammu district, which are unable to appear in the courts due to virtual diversion and corona epidemic. Even the police teams are not able to go to the outer states. Police have to travel to other states in relation to intoxication and some other criminal cases. A police officer, who did not wish to be named, said that remand is currently being taken, which is at a virtual juncture. Apart from this, there is a problem in presenting the challan.
Let us know that due to the lockdown last year, many cases of challans were pending in the police stations. After this, the High Court issued an order that each police station should present only 25 challans in a month. At this time too many challans have been pending in the police stations. The police are also not taking much risk among the Corona. SSP Chandan Kohli says that invoices of cases are being presented. There may be a problem with some.

Jammu. Due to the Corona epidemic, the courts have been functioning at a virtual juncture. This is having an impact on the challan presented by the police. Even the process of investigation is being affected. More than 500 invoices are pending in police stations belonging to Jammu district. Complaints of many people are not even heard in police stations. They are being asked to bring a complaint after one to two days.

According to the information, there are at least 15 to 20 cases in each police station, whose invoices have to be presented, but are not being done due to Corona epidemic. The invoicing process is being affected because of the accused not being called in the police stations. Challans of about 500 cases are to be submitted in Jammu district, which are unable to appear in the courts due to virtual diversion and corona epidemic. Even the police teams are not able to go to the outer states. Police have to travel to other states in relation to intoxication and some other criminal cases. A police officer, who did not wish to be named, said that remand is currently being taken, which is at a virtual juncture. Apart from this, there is a problem in presenting the challan.

Let us know that due to the lockdown last year, many cases of challans were pending in the police stations. After this, the High Court issued an order that each police station should present only 25 challans in a month. At this time too many challans have been pending in the police stations. The police are also not taking much risk among the Corona. SSP Chandan Kohli says that invoices of cases are being presented. There may be a problem with some.

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