cpc

how can i know fir no.


anyone have a register FIR aur complaint but he/ she don't know which CRPC and Dhara I have registerd
than then how can get my FIR number and how many complaint registered upon me please reply
 
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Retired employee.

A citizen, victim can only make a complaint stating the facts, and the FIR is a copy provided by Station house officer, acknowledging the receipt of such complaint, the sections under which that crime was registered, the person that was entrusted with such investigation, and the date on which it was sent to Magistrate court.

So, the duty of complainant is only to state facts in writing, or signing the statement heard and reduced in writing by such employees in Police station.  A citizen/complainant is not expected to know or state any law, and it is the duty of the concerned official that has to study the complaint and state such sections in FIR.


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ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108

1. You can file an RTI Application (with 10/- Court Fee stamp) to the concerned Police station or even before the District Police Commissioner or SP office, asking for "Certified Copies" of any NC /FIR that may have been registered against you since last 12 months.

2. You should be able to get all such related information in about 45 days time.

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Retired employee.

Police dept., is expected to upload the FIRs in their website and  when the information is uploaded, it is not treated as under custody of State Public Information Officer, and hence invariably quote "CERTIFIED COPIES" in case of those documents those require uploading in their websites.

 
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RTI is not applicable.

 
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Retired employee.

For that information uploaded on websites, the information is not treated under the custody of Public Information Officer and one can not seek copy of that information (Ordinary copy is one form of information)

But in case fo "Certified copies", a form of information, RTI is applicable and SPIO must provide such certified copies after collecting copying fees at Rs.2/- per A4 size copy.  

There can not be an iota of doubt on such application of RTI for FIR certified copies.

 
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Shri G. L. N. Prasad

I always welcome criticism and I respect your above criticism.

I, nevertheless, am not convinced in view of Section 8 (h) & (j) of Right To Information Act.     

I need further clarification.

 
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Retired employee.

Reddy garu,

I have secured several certified copies of such FIR under RTI Act.  Unless I am sure, I dare not post such things in the expert forum where surgical operations take place daily.

Select one and seek such information under RTI as it costs Rs.28/- only (Rs.10/- RTI fee + Rs.17 local speed post).

 
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Advocate

Since FIR is a public document, a certified copy is provided to the complainant initially.

Police do not usually encourage citizens asking to know their filed FIR status. So, RTI for FIR can be filed, and then status can be checked for the recorded FIR.

 
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