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Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 2:26 pm
by brihacharan
Hi dr.jayakumar,
> Truly appreciate your persistence :cheering:

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GOOD LUCK :D
Briha

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 5:55 pm
by dr.jayakumar
Battle is not lost yet.thanks Brihaji
regards
dr.jk

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 4:49 pm
by TC
dr.jayakumar wrote:Battle is not lost yet.thanks Brihaji
regards
dr.jk


Go ahead Doc. You are setting an example before all of us

Regards

TC

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 11:39 am
by gwattal
you should go ahead with the "right to life " stand and judgements of allahabad high court and the recent bombay high court decision.

you might reconsider the choice of legal advice you have been given

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:15 pm
by dr.jayakumar
Freinds a new WP has been filed no12805 and 12806. gwattal,i have attached allahabad,bombay high court orders.the judges are reluctant to go against the District magistrates?
tommorow being the last working day before summer holidays,hope they take up the petition.
regards
dr.jk

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 10:07 pm
by TC
dr.jayakumar wrote:Freinds a new WP has been filed no12805 and 12806. gwattal,i have attached allahabad,bombay high court orders.the judges are reluctant to go against the District magistrates?
tommorow being the last working day before summer holidays,hope they take up the petition.
regards
dr.jk


My best wishes again Doc

Will wait for tomorrow's outcome.

TC

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 6:00 pm
by dr.jayakumar
The case has been postponed to june 2nd.so have to wait for a month.
regards
dr.jk
is it legal to file a writ in supreme court while the high court case is pending?

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Thu May 01, 2014 1:08 pm
by TC
dr.jayakumar wrote:The case has been postponed to june 2nd.so have to wait for a month.
regards
dr.jk
is it legal to file a writ in supreme court while the high court case is pending?


Sorry to hear that Doc. AGN and other legal experts will be able to answer your last question.

TC

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 11:23 am
by dr.jayakumar
friends,
here is the final verdict,from high court.seems like i'll have to go through this again the next election.
regards
dr.jk

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 7:28 pm
by TC
dr.jayakumar wrote:friends,
here is the final verdict,from high court.seems like i'll have to go through this again the next election.
regards
dr.jk


Hi Doc,

The outcome may have been predictable but in this case it is your strong resolution that stands out. The DM and other officers learned their lesson.

Hats off

:skeet: :skeet: :skeet: :skeet:

TC

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:00 pm
by farook
dr.jayakumar wrote:friends,
seems like i'll have to go through this again the next election.


If we could do this again at least four months before the elections, it may work.....

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2014 2:44 pm
by gwattal

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 8:10 pm
by Commonwealth_of_PA
Hello everyone,

I've been revisiting places I don't frequent as often. The coming November 4 US election spurred me to check in with other firearms forums I haven't been to in a while.

In my state armed police are not allowed to patrol the polls, but civilians may carry guns to the polling places. I open carry my primary sidearm when I vote, just like everywhere else, unless I have to wear a coat. We have Constables that are civilian police in my state (not part of a government police department) and they are allowed to be armed at the polls and are obligated to keep the peace at the polls.

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:50 pm
by farook
but civilians may carry guns to the polling places.


Lets just say the government trusts its citizens. In my country the administration trusts neither the police nor the citizens. During elections the army ( central reserve police force ) is called in and all citizens have to surrender their weapons. If that is not sufficient most senior police officers are transferred just before the elections.

Re: Exemption from depositing Arms during elections

Posted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 8:59 am
by goodboy_mentor
Commonwealth_of_PA wrote:In my state armed police are not allowed to patrol the polls, but civilians may carry guns to the polling places. I open carry my primary sidearm when I vote, just like everywhere else, unless I have to wear a coat. We have Constables that are civilian police in my state (not part of a government police department) and they are allowed to be armed at the polls and are obligated to keep the peace at the polls.
In India the case is just the reverse. The government does not trust the citizens, forget the citizens with "arms". The level of distrust is such that even for getting a land line phone connection, you are required to provide proof of "identity".

It won't be entirely incorrect if someone says that democracy in India is a cleverly subverted and well disguised farce. In practice it seems to be a colonial and police state where the acts of state terrorism like custodial tortures, custodial deaths, rapes, extra judicial killings and disappearances have special place to deal with political opponents.