Indore (Madhya Pradesh) [India], November 12 (ANI): The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh Excessive Courtroom on Wednesday dismissed a plea by TV producer Ekta Kapoor searching for quashing of an FIR towards her for alleged objectionable content material in an online collection.
An FIR was registered at police station Anapurna, Indore beneath the provisions of Sections 294, 298 and 34 of IPC, beneath Sections 67 and 67-A of I.T. Act and Part 3 of State Emblem Act towards Kapoor.
The complainant additionally objected to a scene within the collection alleging that it tarnishes the popularity of the Indian Military.
Within the order, Justice Shailendra Shukla acknowledged that the information of the case aren’t such that this court docket could train its extraordinary powers beneath Part 482 of Cr.P.C for quashing the FIR not less than in respect of Part 67, 67-A of I.T. Act and Part 294 of IPC.
“Though, it will be honest sufficient to state that provision of Part 298 of IPC and the supply of the State Emblem Act aren’t discovered to have been breached. Consequently, the petition filed beneath Part 482 of Cr.P.C, stands dismissed,” he mentioned. (ANI)
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