Mr Prasad, the Hon'ble Supreme court has passed this judgement, 1993, Justice Anand has also passed other landmark judgemnets as regard arrest, long back and unfortunately these judgemnet have been violated by the police right and left. The practicality is if a person of high status wants to file an FIR at a police staton outside the jurisdicton in which the offence have been taken place the police will record the FIR, but if a poor person or illeterate person wants to do the same he will be not only scolded and chased away but also will be beaten black and blue. In reality these judgemnet have been passed taking into consideraton the good of the general public, but I think when the exectutive upon which the duty is cast to strictly implement it does not comply with, it is also the duty of the Suprmee Court to oversee the strict implementation at the very ground level.
Presumingly if you go a police station outside the jurisdicton to record the FIR and the Police staton does not do so, and after that if you approach the CJM that too outside the jurisdicton under secton 156(3) Cr.P.C. , I am sure the CJM will also not entertain the application. In that case is the CJM not violating the supreme court's order. Your esteemed opinion will be appreciated.