Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. Justice Prakash Srivastava, the administrative judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court and chairman of the MP State Judicial Academy, said that the arrest of the accused in smaller and less serious offenses should be seriously considered. Justice Srivastava said this on the occasion of virtual training of judicial magistrates and police officers last day.
Judicial magistrates and police officers should be trained: Ramkumar Choubey, Director, Madhya Pradesh Judicial Academy and Director of Police Academy, Rajesh Chawla were also present on the occasion. The Madhya Pradesh High Court has ordered that Madhya Pradesh State Judicial Academy impart training to the judicial magistrates and police officers on the guide line of the Supreme Court regarding the arrest of the accused. This training is to last until 1 June. Around 600 participants took part on the first day of training. This program was organized on the instructions of the High Court. According to the guidelines of the Supreme Court, this process is being carried out in the Corona period regarding the problem of over-prisoners in jails of the state.
Complaint to the Additional Superintendent of Police regarding the fake Remedisvir case: Youth advocates Rupesh Patel, Sujit Singh Thakur and Akash Sharma met the Additional Superintendent of Police under the guidance of Raman Patel, president of Madhya Pradesh High Court Bar Association, Jabalpur. In the meantime, by submitting the memorandum, it emphasized an impartial inquiry into the fake Ramedesvir injection case. It was informed that Corona patients are given another injection Merophenum Cellmore-DT, which should be investigated for black marketing. The injections used in the disease of black fungus are also being received with great difficulty at this time. Therefore, the police intensify the investigation.