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Joining ias while being under trial

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Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     05 November 2014

I do not agree or disagree.

 

Have you received attestation form.  If yes then raise query regarding specific question on the queitionate on the on last page.

Aragorn (none)     05 November 2014

the question asked is : have you ever been under detention?If yes then give details about the case in the space provided?

Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     05 November 2014

report truth          

Adv. Chandrasekhar (Advocate)     05 November 2014

No. U r not detained. There was no FIR against u. U were not presented before magistrate when complaint was made within 24 hours, which is necessary in non bailable case. The police had not taken bail bond in bailable case. Hence, u were never detained.

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Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     05 November 2014

that is why I say report truth.  that does not mean that you should also report irralevent truth (which is not asked)

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Aragorn (none)     05 November 2014

Thank You advocate Chandrasekhar and Mr. Sudhir Kumar

Aragorn (none)     05 November 2014

And Thank You Mr. T. Kalaiselvan Sir

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     05 November 2014

@Aragorn: First let me correct my statement that it was need not be, this 'not' was omitted to be typed by oversight.  Learned advocate Mr. Chandrasekar in his subsequent post has very clearly clarified your subsequent doubts including the related legal issues. In fact expert Mr. Sudhir Kumar too has concurred with the views.   Thus, as rightly observed by all, there is no need to be worried about the thing which is non-existent, go ahead with your proposed career prospect shedding out such unnecessary fears, all the best.

Aragorn (none)     05 November 2014

Thank You once again Kalaiselvan sir.

One more doubt i have is that after filing an FIR if a compromise is signed within 24 hours than is it necessary that the person is to be produced before a magistrate or the matter is resolved????

Aragorn (none)     06 November 2014

Can compromises be signed without lodging an FIR because I don't understand the reason for that????

Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     06 November 2014

Originally posted by : Aragorn

Thank You once again Kalaiselvan sir.

One more doubt i have is that after filing an FIR if a compromise is signed within 24 hours than is it necessary that the person is to be produced before a magistrate or the matter is resolved????

you are still vague.

Aragorn (none)     06 November 2014

oh common it's just a query coming out of curiosity after the discussion!!!! It could be answered.

Aragorn (none)     06 November 2014

Originally posted by : Sudhir Kumar




Originally posted by : Aragorn






Thank You once again Kalaiselvan sir.

One more doubt i have is that after filing an FIR if a compromise is signed within 24 hours than is it necessary that the person is to be produced before a magistrate or the matter is resolved????






you are still vague.

Vague about what sir???? I don't understand

Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     06 November 2014

You are aspiring for IAS and better start learning to be out of unnecessary confusion.

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     06 November 2014

Once a compromise is arrived there wont be a FIR, in case a FIR has been registered and then the compromise arrived, the police may refer the case and close it.


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