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Dealing with Police Refusal to Register an FIR Part 2

Imagine this scenario you have filed an RTI( Right to Information) request to a government department and the PIO( Public Information Officer) and FAA( First Appellate Authority) haven't given you a response or false response. Frustrated with the lack of response, you decide to file an FIR with the police to seek justice. But when you explain your situation to the police officer on duty, he dismisses your complaint and tells you that it's not worth registering an FIR. You feel frustrated and helpless, not knowing what to do next. Unfortunately, this is a common experience for numerous people in India when it comes to filing an FIR for the RTI not getting any response or false response.

In Equivalent cases, it's important to understand that you have certain legal rights and procedures in place to insure that your complaint is taken seriously and that the police are held responsible for their conduct. One of the most important ways you can take is to seek the help of an advocate. An advocate can give you the legal representation you need to insure that your complaint is registered and that the police are held responsible for their conduct.

But what if you do not have access to an advocate? This is where associations like Legal Ambit come in. Legal Ambit is a group of advocates who specialize in dealing with police denial to register an FIR when RTI requests don't get any response or false response. They've got the experience and mastery to guide you through the legal process and insure that your complaint is registered. They can also help you understand your rights and the legal procedures you need to follow to insure that your FIR is registered.

One of the crucial legal procedures you can follow in cases of police denial to register an FIR is outlined in the Criminal Procedure Code( CrPC) 154. This section of the CrPC explains the steps for filing an FIR and allows for the inclusion of the SHO in the complaint if they refuse to register it. This means that if the police refuse to register your FIR, you can include the SHO in the complaint for not doing their duty. By including the SHO in the FIR, you're holding them responsible for their conduct, and icing that they're apprehensive that they denied to register your FIR is a serious matter, indeed when it comes to RTI requests not getting any response or false response.

CrPC 156( 3) is another important provision that can be used in cases of police denial to register an FIR. This section allows for the summoning of the Commissioner of Police or superintendent of Police to court and the registration of the FIR. By summoning the seniors of the police department, you're putting pressure on them to take your complaint seriously and ensure that the proper action is taken. This can be an important tool in holding the police accountable for their conduct that your matter is taken

seriously, indeed when it comes to RTI requests not getting any response or false response.

When filing an FIR, it's important to have all the applicable information and attestation ready, including any substantiation you have to support your complaint. This can include effects like RTI requests, denied information, and other forms of substantiation. Having this information ready can help the police to understand the importance of your complaint and make it more likely that they will register your FIR.

In conclusion, if you're facing police denial to register an FIR when RTI requests don't get any response or false response, it's important to take action and seek the help of an advocate or an association like Legal Ambit. By understanding your rights and the legal procedures outlined in the CrPC, similar to 154 and 156( 3), you can insure that your complaint is taken seriously and that the police are held responsible for their conduct. Legal Ambit is a group of lawyers who are experts in RTI and registering the FIR, they can save your time, money, and hassle, by assisting you with the professional help you need to get your matter resolved on a priority basis. With the help of Legal Ambit, you can make sure that your voice is heard and that justice is served.



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Suresh Thakur
Suresh Thakur
Aug 09, 2023

Sir,

I have not given any response in my comment from last three days.

Sir can I expect any answer for our legal Ambit team.

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akpersonal4
akpersonal4
Nov 16, 2023
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Kya aap ne group join kar liya hai?

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Suresh Thakur
Suresh Thakur
Aug 06, 2023

Sir,

I am from Himachal Pradesh. How and whom I can contact to the legal Ambit team.

Because the police is not registered my complaints, which I have sent to the Superintendent of police and police station.

Thank you

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