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STATE v NAGA RAM @ NAGIYA - CRLA Case No. 256 of 2000  RD-RJ 855 (13 April 2005)
D.B. CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 256/2000
Date : 13.04.2005
HON'BLE MR. B. PRASAD, J
HON'BLE MR. S.P. PATHAK, J.
Mr. V.R. Mehta, P.P. =====
The order-sheets recorded in this case show that the efficiency of the investigation and law enforcement agency in the Barmer District is far below the standards of being efficient. The present appeal was considered by this Court in 2001. Thereafter, twice the man incharge of the operations in
Barmer District has been called to this Court for taking serious steps. Many ordersheets have been recorded showing displeasure about the efficiency.
Merely detailing the dates of undertaken operations do not satisfy the requirement of law. The accused is required to be brought to law.
This is a State appeal. If the State machinery is not efficient enough to bring the accused before the Court, then expecting the Court to do justice is a very remote expectancy. If the State machinery is that negligent or inefficient where it cannot arrest an accused then why should they file appeal in such cases and waste money, energy and time of the Court.
With these observations, we still grant one months time as prayed for to the learned Public Prosecutor to do whatever State can, otherwise, this
Court will be left with no alternative but to cosign the present appeal to records but for inefficiency of the police department.
Put up after four weeks.
(S.P. PATHAK), J. (B. PRASAD), J. bijesh
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