The power to quash an FIR (First Information Report) is among the inherent powers of the High Courts of India. Courts possessed this power even before the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) was enacted. Added as Section 482 by an amendment in 1923, it is a reproduction of the section 561(A) of the 1898 code.
Proforma for the Reporting the First Information of a Cognizable Offence
(Under Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code)
Police Station…………….. District .........................
1. Personal details of the Complainant / Informant:
(b) Father's / Husband's Name
(d) Phone number & Fax
2. Place of Occurrence:
Registering the First Information Report (FIR) is the right of every Indian citizen, against whom an offence has been committed. Even if someone has witnessed the offence, but it has not been committed against him/her, he/she can register the FIR. But, what do you do when the police does not register the first information report or forgets about investigating into the case after registering it.
According to the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code (Cr.P.C), the police department is bound to provide a copy of FIR (First Information Report) to the complainant at the time of filing the report. Also, a defendant can ask for FIR at the time of arrest. But, can an individual, who is not involved in a case, ask for a copy of the FIR?
Most of the companies are aware of the fact that money is a powerful incentive to motivate and increase the morale of workers, particularly in the industrial sector. Ensuring productivity is of paramount importance in industrial development. That is why employers often make extra cash payments, other than the wages or salary to the employees, which is known as bonus. Bonus is often directly linked to performance of an employee.
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