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Bank ATM का पिन SHARE करना किसी को भी ILLEGAL है सिर्फ खाता धारक ही पैसा निकाल सकता है, ना की पति या बच्चे

  *SBI says no one can use another one's debit card (Not Even Spouse!), the court agrees.* BENGALURU: A casual act of letting your spouse or a close relative/friend withdraw money from an ATM using your debit card could prove costly. This is what a Benglauru woman on maternity leave recently learnt, albeit the hard way. Banking rules categorically state that an ATM card is non-transferable and no other person apart from the account holder should use it. On November 14, 2013, Marathahalli resident Vandana gave her debit card with PIN to her husband, Rajesh Kumar, to withdraw Rs 25,000 from a local SBI ATM. Rajesh went to the ATM and swiped the card; the machine delivered a slip showing the money was debited, but the amount was never released. SBI cited the ‘non-transferable’ rule and said the account holder was not the ATM user and turned down the money claims. Vandana approached the Bangalore IVth Additional District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum on October 21, 2014, alleging t

पुलिस को गाड़ी से चाभी निकालने का नही अधिकार, पुलिस पर ही FIR हो सकती हैं IPC166A से। Police Has No Right To Removes Keys From Vechile


MP Magistrate Priya Gupta Rejected FIR Registration As Affidavit Is Not with Photo in CRPC 156 : HDFC Bank Fire At Ashok Nagar MP State

  Ashok Nagar: On 9th June 2021 there was  fire incidence  at ashok nagar HDFC Branch . The complaint was filed before Ashok nagar JMFC Priya Gupta court. The complainant followed the process of police complaint followed by SP under CRPC 154(3). The complainant says that RBI director issued place of business license without Fire NOC and OC as per Banking regulation act. The FIR was demanded under IPC 420,336,120b,34,etc against officer and also against police officers under IPC 166A,109 for not discharging duty as per directions of law ie as per Lalita Kumari guidelines. First the JMFC not give registered number to case so that case can be tracked by e court app after many request. Later rejected complaint as affidavit is not with photo as per priyanka Shrivastava order. Now days few magistrates are openly showing disrespect to SC order of lalita Kumari to save rich people. As the complaint was filed online so no need of photo based affidavit. The JMFC Priya gupta has also not followed

CITATIONS:REGISTRATION OF FIR u/s 156(3) CrPC By Ex District Judge SS Upadhyay

  REGISTRATION OF FIR u/s 156(3) CrPC   S.S. Upadhyay Former District & Sessions Judge/ Former Addl. Director (Training) Institute of Judicial Training & Research, UP, Lucknow. Member, Governing Body, Chandigarh Judicial Academy, Chandigarh. Former Legal Advisor to Governor Raj Bhawan, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Mobile : 9453048988 E-mail : Website:   1( A ). Order of Magistrate u/s 156(3) CrPC for mere investigation of offence (and not registration of FIR) binds the police to first register the FIR : To enable the police to start an investigation in a matter Magistrate can direct the police u/s 156(3) CrPC to register an FIR in that case. Even where a Magistrate do so in explicit words but directs for investigation u/s 156(3) CrPC, the police should register an FIR . See : (i)                  Hemant Yashwant Dhage Vs. State of Maharashtra, (2016) 6 SCC 273 (i