High Court sets aside Puducherry criminal’s preventive detention

  • | Monday | 15th October, 2018

The detention order was also approved by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs on June 23, 2017. only on January 30 this year for the constitution of the Advisory Board and only on February 13, the detention order was served. Yet, the detention order was not executed immediately because the post of chairperson an Advisory Board constituted under the 2008 Act was lying vacant. The Madras High Court has set aside the preventive detention of A. Senthil alias Ramesh, a man with several criminal cases, after observing that the Puducherry government had abdicated its responsibility to follow the legal procedures while detaining him. However, he was replaced on coming to know about a government order preventing him from entering Puducherry for two months.

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