HC to hear illegal detention case on 15th

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Feb 2018 11:10:01


 

Legal Correspondent

In the matter related to the petition filed by the petitioner for the illegal detention of her husband by his father, the single bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court comprising Justice, J K Maheshwari has directed the police authorities to search the boy keeping him in surveillance during marriage of his sister dated on February 13, 2018, in civil dress that if the missing person comes forward in the said marriage, he would be brought before this court on February 15, 2018.

Counsel for the petitioner contends that the husband of the petitioner is under illegal detention of respondent B P Chakravarti from Adhartal, Jabalpur. Though he is natural guardian, but the present petitioner is major and her husband has been illegally detained by his father and not allowing to reside with the petitioner.
On the other hand, the father himself has lodged the missing report of the boy. In any case, let the boy be produced before this court within ten days otherwise, the SHO, Police Station Adhartal, shall personally remain present before this court.
Counsel for the petitioner stated before the court that on February 13, 2018, the marriage of sister of missing person has to be solemnised wherein, the missing person would be there.

However, the police authorities are directed to search the boy keeping him in surveillance during marriage in civil dress that if the missing person comes forward in the said marriage, he would be brought before this court on February 15, 2018. The single bench has listed the matter on February 15, 2018. A typed copy of this order be supplied to the Government Advocate for communication and compliance. On the next date of hearing, the SHO concerned would remain present before this court, the single bench said. The single bench has heard the Habeas Corpus petition filed by Manisha Chakravarti, wife of Sunil Chakravarti from Panagar District Jabalpur against the State Government of Madhya Pradesh through Superintendent of Police, Jabalpur, Town Inspector, Police Station Adhartal, District Jabalpur and B P Chakravarti from Adhartal, Jabalpur.
Advocate Surendra Verma appeared on behalf of the petitioner, while Anubhav Jain, Government Advocate for the respondent State.