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The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court upheld the acquittal of a railway employee who faced charges for allegedly stealing control valves and cylindrical rollers belonging to the Railway Department, in Tiruchy in 2000. Justice M Nirmal Kumar gave the verdict on a criminal appeal filed in 2014 by the Tiruchy Railway Protection Force (RPF) deployed at the Golden Rock Workshop under the Union of India. The RPF had challenged an order passed by Tiruchy lower court in 2013 acquitting one M Aloysius.
by Sekar Reporter · Published March 2, 2020
[3/28, 16:01] Sekarreporter 1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1243847891153833985?s=08 [3/28, 16:01] Sekarreporter 1: Advocate-general of Tamil Nadu Vijay Narayan has appealed to all law officers of the state to contribute at least one month’s retainer fee to #Corona relief fund @timesofindia https://t.co/9JxpQTvmYh [3/28, 16:01] Sekarreporter 1: It is decided by AG Vijai Nayaran, AAGs, State GP & all law officers attached to State GP Office at High Court of Madras & Madurai Bench to donate minimum one month of their retainer fee to Chief Minister public relief fund to aid relief effort of COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/TY6V0Mf8pw
by Sekar Reporter · Published March 28, 2020