Ranchi Violence Principal Secretary Of Home Rajiv Arun Ekka Notice To Ranchi SSP Surindra Kumar Jha Over Posters ANN
Ranchi Violence: In Jharkhand, the matter has become very heated...
Ranchi Violence: In Jharkhand, the matter has become very heated regarding the removal of posters of miscreants. Meanwhile, the Home Secretary has sought clarification from the Ranchi SSP in this matter. Principal Secretary (Home, Jail and Disaster Management) Rajiv Arun Ekka issued a show-cause notice to Ranchi SSP Surendra Kumar Jha and sought clarification that the alleged Why were pictures of people usually associated with spreading violence put up?
In order to nab the perpetrators of violent activities in Ranchi, Governor Ramesh Bais had directed senior police officers to put up photographs of miscreants so that common people can help the police in identifying them. The posters were put up very fast on Monday but were taken down just as quickly. The reason given was that it has to be amended.
Home Secretary sent notice to SSP regarding the poster
Rajiv Arun Ekka, Principal Secretary, Home Jail and Disaster Department, has sought clarification from Ranchi SSP Surendra Kumar Jha regarding the posters of miscreants. A reply has been sought on this within two days. Rajiv Arun Ekka, by sending a notice to the SSP, termed the action of putting up posters of miscreants wrong and cited an order of the Allahabad High Court in this regard. Rajiv Arun Ekka said that in the posters put up of the miscreants, photographs, names and details of many persons were given which is wrong.
What did Rajiv Arun Ekka say in the notice?
Rajiv Arun Ekka said that this is against the order passed by the Allahabad High Court in PIL No. 532/2020 on March 9, 2020. In this order, the Allahabad High Court had given instructions to the UP government to remove the banners and posters on the roadside. The Allahabad High Court had directed the UP government not to put up banners containing personal information about persons without legal authority on the roadside. This is an unwarranted interference in the privacy of the people. There is also a violation of Article 21 of the Constitution of India.
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