Couple spent 5 yrs in Jail for no crime as UP Police had no time to find the real culprit and wanted to close the case asap

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Actually it is not just one of case , there are many other cases , where police without verifying much file the case and even
they say , u should fight in court to prove your innocence as we have less time to study the case as 50% of there time is
spent on VVIP duty ..like some area CM is coming , sometimes minister is coming , sometimes some vote duty …..
So, it is very very much …you must not fight with them even for small thing like challan …on road ….as you never know ..they might file a fake case against you …and then it is very very long process of getting justice from courts …also very costly …as not only you will
have to spend considerable amount of time in courts add to it 50k-2l as lawyer expenses …

It is better to pay 1000-2000rs on spot to police personal rather than thinking about getting justice from courts …as Court thing will
cost you Boom add to it harrasment!!
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Lol police: they biggest criminals of the nation. There are so many incidents like this which don’t even make the news. Taking bribe from the actual criminal, filing an FIR against the victim and turning the victim as criminal- that’s how the system works. Once you turn a criminal you have to spend many years in court to prove your innocence (and imagine this is happening to a senior citizen widow who never even been to police station let alone court). And if the real criminal is well off then the judge will be bought too, in that case you are going to remain a criminal and may face jail time even. While the real criminal lives on ever happily. This entire corrupt system needs to be uprooted; don’t see how it’s possible without a revolution though.

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Lol police: the biggest criminals of the nation.

i agree, that 3.5Million is a big amount, but come on: they aren’t the ‘biggest’.
well at-least the United Province police certainly are ‘mediumest’ (most of the time).
https://prachalit.com/बिज़नेस/gorakhpur-robbers-wearing-police-uniforms-actually-turned-out-to-be-policemen-arrested/

and if some U.P. police personnel are reading this, please do not press sedition charges against me, for i know: you…. are amongst THE best that can be.


and always well dressed and in uniform, no matter what the occasion be.


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tarun456 wrote:

It is better to pay 1000-2000rs on spot to police personal rather than thinking about getting justice from courts …as Court thing will
cost you Boom add to it harrasment!!

without commenting on or debating the ‘ethics’ of that suggestion,
it IS true that @no-one can turn the clock back on the lost years, lost youth, lost dreams, not being able to be there with one’s family, loved ones through their growing up years or see them off as they depart due to age, health or the very trauma that you are rotting in lockups or jails
and unlike in the sparsely populated Scandinavian countries, over here, we (even outside jails) are packed like sardines.
and tortured in (police) lock-ups, judicial prisons.
contrast that to what happens up there, even with convicted murder accused.


though i am not 100% sure, but i do not think the CrPC or any act has any guidelines on financial compensation for loss of years, life and torture taken in cases of wrongful improsonment or illegal confinement.

so yes, (that way) greasing the palms (bribing) does make sense.

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