KOLKATA Police on Tuesday served a notice below Portion 41 A of the CrPC to Sanjay Mishra, Officer on Particular Obligation (OSD) of Tripura Key Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, and summoned him to the Narkeldanga Police Station in the north of Calcutta in link with a FIR filed against him on November 3.
In the FIR, OSD Mishra was billed with offending in a position of worship, general public disturbance, forgery, forgery, defamation, and leading to worry or alarm in the public. He was also accused of violating Segment 54 of the Disaster Management Act, 2005.
Mishra was invited to report to the Narikeldanga Police Station on Thursday at midday. The notice said failure to comply could end result in his arrest as required by legislation.
“… In work out of the ability conferred on U / s 41A CrPC, I inform you that you are the designated FIR defendant of the earlier mentioned situation and through the investigation it emerged that there are realistic grounds for questioning you to verify the fact and situations from you” , claimed the notice signed by sub-inspector Soumit Bandopadhyay.
The recognize, which was introduced Tuesday night in Tripura DGP VS Yadav, asked Mishra to fulfill with Sub-Inspector Bandopadhyay, who is also the formal in charge of investigating the circumstance.
Mishra was not obtainable for his comments.
A state federal government official, who declined to be named, explained Mishra had not traveled to West Bengal in new months and wondered how a Disaster Administration Act violation lawsuit could be submitted towards him in Narikeldanga. “The police can notify any individual who alerts less than Area 41 of the CrPC for investigation. But he (Mishra) hasn’t visited West Bengal in latest months. It is really weird, “the formal explained.