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New Okhla eco zone plan spares Noida homebuyers 
 Draft Largely Sticks To UP's 100m Proposal
The hundreds of crores that homebuyers have invested in Noida are safe.The Centre's draft of the redrawn eco-sensitive zone around the Okhla bird sanctuary doesn't affect any realty project in the area, a highly placed official in the UP government said on Sunday .

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 SC sets 2-month deadline to free long-jailed undertrials


Is Arrest The Only Way, Asks Apex Court
The Supreme Court on Friday raised a fundamental question about citizens’ liberty by asking whether arrest was the only way to bring a person in conflict with law to justice and whether police have so far used it either “erroneously or onerously”.

“Is arrest the only way to bring people to justice? Think of it. We appear to be obsessed with arresting people though there are effective ways other than arrest to bring them to justice. We apply the arrest procedure either erroneously or onerously,” a bench of Chief Justice R M Lodha and Justices Kurian Joseph and R F Nariman said.

The bench put the question to attorney general (AG) Mukul Rohatgi on being informed by him that undertrials constituted more than 60% of the prison population and many were languishing for petty offences as they did not have the wherewithal to furnish bail bond or there was no one to stand surety for them. The bench gave the Centre three months to frame a comprehensive roadmap for fasttracking the criminal justice system and asked the AG to take a look at the arrest procedure and whether it could form part of a legislative policy framework.

On release of undertrials, Rohatgi provided the cue by informing the court that Section 436A of Criminal Procedure Code provided that every undertrial prisoner who has served half the maximum sentence provided for the offence for which he is charged should be released on personal bond. But this will not apply to those who are charged with offences which attract death penalty. The Supreme Court, which had asked the Centre for a roadmap for fast-tracking the entire criminal justice system rather than fast-tracking certain categories including politicians and influential persons facing heinous charges, on Friday ordered the lower judiciary to depute magistrates, chief judicial magistrates and sessions judges to hold court once a week in jails for two months starting October 1 and release undertrials on bail under Section 436A of CrPC.

This initiative by the SC will supersede the Centre's ambitious plan on release of undertrial prisoners. The SC asked district judges to compile statistics about release of undertrial prisoners under Section 436A by November 30 and submit it to the HC registrar general concerned.

The SC asked the registrars-general to submit a report on every district of the state to the secretary general of the Supreme Court by December 5 and posted the matter for further hearing on December 8. Release of undertrial prisoners languishing for long periods for petty crimes was pioneered by M Veerappa Moily as law minister. During his tenure, over 6 lakh undertrial prisoners were released across the country as he toured every state and held meetings with his counterparts in states and HC chief justices.
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