Pant: Sex for Job Case: Top Bengaluru Police Officer, 2 Other Officials Move High Court. Bengaluru News – Times of India


BENGALURU: A quick turn of events in a sex-for-job case allegedly involving three Bengaluru officials including former minister Ramesh Jarkiholi, commissioner Kamal. Pant, has gone to the High Court.
P Prasanna KumarThe counsel for the three officers said that the petition will be heard on Thursday.
Apart from Pant, MN Anucheth, DCP (Central) and Cubbon Park Inspector B Maruthi challenged the November 23, 2021 order passed by the Eighth Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Bengaluru City.
The magistrate had handed over the personal complaint filed by social activist Adarsh ​​R Iyer to the SHO, Cubbon Park police station for investigation under section 156(3) of CrPC against the three officers after registering an FIR.
Adarsh ​​Iyer had complained that three officers failed to register an FIR against the then minister Jarkiholi, one on the basis of a complaint filed by Dinesh Kallahalli, and under section 156(3) for investigation and report by the Cubbon Park Police. Demand to refer your personal complaint. CrPC (public servant disobeys directions under Act) for alleged offense under section 166A of IPC.
In their petition, Pant and two officials claimed that the complainant has followed the law laid down by the Supreme Court. Priyanka Srivastava In the case, the magistrate passed the impugned order mechanically without mentioning whether the charges stated in the private complaint would satisfy the content of the cognizable offense against him or not.