All India Crime Prevention Society (Chandigarh)


India & Abroad

The Ministry of home Affairs, Govt. of INDIA vide its GO No. 90/50/police, April 26, 1950 and 36/32/56 police Dec.10, 1958 has directed the states to “Utilize the services of All India Crime Prevention Society in every manner” First organized by its founder & President Late. S. Gurmukh Singh in 1946, Avtar Singh Matharoo S/o Late. S. Gurmukh Singh Govt. of India Act (XXI of 1860) 1957. All India Crime Prevention Society Chd. (Re-Regd. No.- 2815 of 1998,


“AICPS” members get read of his Litigation; Medication is a voluntary Cooperative, Inexpensive alternate method of dispute Resolution in which an impartial and natural mediator a settlement, The “AICPS” on request of either or both the parties or on its own if there is an element of settlement in the dispute after requesting complaint from the complainer and from the respondent only from the Member of the “AICPS”.



“AICPS” Under Legal Advisory

Committee President


Constitution & by’s Laws Committee AICPS Head Office Chandigarh supporting Advocate Members, “AICPS” all over India & Abroad under validity I-Card holder can approach under Legal required Written Complaint Application Send by “AICPS Head Office”.


AICPS Member

Rajinder Singh Dhatt


AICPS Member

Dr. Satpal Singh


AICPS Member

Mandeep Kaur







Advocate Member





















a.)  To give free Legal services to the illegible persons and weaker sections of the society.

b.)  To work out modalities of the legal services schemes and programs approved by the State authority and censure their effective monitoring and implementation.

c.)  To organize various legal service Programs as approved by the state authority and convent or meetings or Seminars and workshops connected with the legal service programs and preparation of reports and follow-up action thereof.

d.)   To produce video or documentary films, Publicity material, literature and publication to inform general public about services aspects of the legal services, programs.

e.)  To lay stress on the resolution of rural disputes and to take extra measures to draw schemes for effective and meaningful legal services for settling rural disputes at the door-steps of the rural people including organization of medicine centers in the rural as well as urban area.

Matters on which legal service is admissible, Section 28 (2) (P) in addition to the cases covered under section 12 & 13 of the act. Legal services may also be providing in all matters where such service shall be aimed at:-

a.)  amicable settlement of the dispute by rising about contribution between the parts to the dispute and.

b.) rendering assistance complaining with various legal requirements in order to secure the benefits under various schemes sponsored by or on behalf of the Central Government or the Government of Punjab or any other public authority or for the welfare or the General Public or any section thereof.

Modes of providing legal service section 2 (C) 13 & section 28 (2) legal service may be given in all over any one all more of the following modes, namely  by payment of court fee process of witnesses preparation of the paper book, lawyers fee and all other charges payable or incurred  in connection with any legal processing’s.

b.)  Through representation by a legal practitioner in legal proceedings:

c.)  By supporting certified copies of Judgments, orders, notice or evidence and other documents in legal proceedings.

d.) By preparation of appeal, paper book, including printing, typing and translation of documents in legal proceedings.

e.)  By drafting of legal documents.

f.)  By giving legal advice on any legal matter, and.

g.)  Growth Meditation center of family con selling center.

Honorarium payable to legal practitioner on the panel section 28 (2) (P):

1.)  The legal practitioners brought on the panel in terms of rule 24 shall be paid by the concerned authority or the committee such Honorarium. as may be determined from time to time by the state authority in respect of the legal proceeding conform time to time by the state authority in respect of the legal proceeding conducted and advise tendered by them under this rule.

2.)  No legal practitioner to whom any case is assigned for legal service shall receive any fee remuneration. Whether in case or in kind or any other advantage. Monetary or otherwise, from the aided person from any other person on this behalf.

3.) In case the final judgment or order rendered by the court against the aided person concern legal practitioner shall also submit along his fee will his opinion, in writing with reasons as to whether the case is fit for further appeal or revision. As the case may be within seven (7) days of the respect of the certified copy of judgment or order.

If you are enjoy using AICPS I-Card under validity take moment take the help legal procedure under the AICPS,

             If you are any AICPS I-Card and AICPS Press Crime Reporter I-Card holder under Validity, Our Aim & Object Your  of the Society:- work and help police, Administration and Police Department for people-police-relationship, you are allowing any department utilizes the AICPS I-Card and AICPS Press Crime Reporter. Make India Crime Free. Your duty sees the criminal activity looking for you. Then you cover the mobile recording and send to the Head Office Chandigarh. Your responsibilities send the report to the head office.  If you are any Administration and any government department not accepted if refuses your i-card then you written complaint sends to the Head Office Chandigarh. Head Office immediately taking the action under by law in order legal facilities services you our Constitution & by Laws Advocate Committee Chairman, Co-Chairman under so many advocate in society utilize I-Card Holder proper channel any administration. To fight the terrorism and save the country from crime and terrorism. Make India Crime Free.

             If you’re I-Card expire date then you not allow interference to any activity and any Administration. If any members will misuse this i-card he will be expelled from the membership will be reported to the police of the area for the necessary taking action. If you like I-Card before the expire date Renewal application send the head office. If you not want AICPS again I-Card then please requested to send to the by registered post AICPS Head Office Chandigarh. If you are not sending ten you allow destroy our society I-Card. Your own choice



AICPS I-Card Holder under validity any problem if any required help as per legal act, all over India & Abroad members then you send the written complaint to the Head office Chandigarh. AICPS Head Office after received your any type of written Complaint see INDIAN BAR ACT pack with act your suffering.

1.) India Panel Court

2.) Code of the Criminal Procedure

3.) Evidence Act      

4.) Code of Civil Procedure

5.) Service Tax Law

CHAPTER NO-1- introduction Section 1 to 5

CHAPTER No-2: Constitution of criminal courts and offence section 6 to 25 A

CHAPTER NO -3: CHAPTER NO-1- introduction Section 1 to 5section 26 to 35

CHAPTER NO -4: and to the magistrates and the police section 36 to 40

CHAPTER NO-5: Arrest of persons section 41 to 60

CHAPTER NO -6: Process to compel appearance section 61 to 90

CHAPTER NO -7: Process to compel production of things section 91 to 105

CHAPTER NO -8: A RECIPROCAL ARRANGEMENT for assistance in certain matters and procedure for attachment and forfeiture of property section 105 to 1051

CHAPTER NO -9: Security for keeping the place and for good behavior section 106 to 124

CHAPTER NO -10: Order for maintenance of wives children and parents section 125 to 128

CHAPTER NO -11: Maintenance of public order and tranquility section 129 to 148

CHAPTER NO -12: Preventive action of the police section 149 to 153

CHAPTER NO -13: Information to the police and their power to investigate section 154 to 176

CHAPTER NO -14: Jurisdiction criminal courts in enquirers and trails section 177 to 189

CHAPTER NO -15: conditions requisite for initiation of proceedings section 192 to 199

CHAPTER NO -16: Complaints to magistrates section 200 to 203

CHAPTER NO -17: Commencement of proceedings before magistrate section 204 to 210

CHAPTER NO -18: The charge section 211 to 224

CHAPTER NO -19: Trail of summon-cases by magistrate section 238 to 250


CHAPTER NO-1:- introduction Section 1 to 5

Section 1:-

Title and expend of operation of the court: – This Act shall be called the Indian Panel court. And shall extend to the whole of India except the state of Jammu & Kashmir.

 Section 2:-

Punishment of offenses committed within India- Every person shall be liable to punishment under this court and not otherwise for every act of omission Country to the provisions thereof, of which the shall be guilty within {India}.   

 Section 3:-

Punishment of offences committed within India- Every person shall be liable to punishment under this court and not otherwise for every act of omission Country to the provisions thereof, of which the shall be guilty within {India}—Any person liable, by any {Indian law} to be tried for any offence committed by beyond {India} shall be dealt with according to the provisions of this code for any act committed by beyond {India} in the same manner as if such act had been committed within {India}. 

 Section 4:-

Extension of code to extra- territorial offences- The provisions of the code apply also to any offence committed by.

(1)    Any citizen of India any place without and beyond India:

(2)   Any person on any ship or aircraft registered in India wherever it may be:

(3)   Any person in any place without and beyond India Committing offence targeting a Computer resource located in India

            Explanation- In this section-

  1. The word “offense” includes every act committed outside India which. If committed in India, would be punishable under this code.
  2. The expression “Computer Resource” shall have the meaning assigned to it in clause (K) of sub-section (1) of section 2 of the information technology act 2000.


  1. Who is a citizen India? Commits a murder in Uganda, he can be tried and convicted of murder in any place in India in which he may be found.

 Section 5:-

Certain laws not to be affected by this act Nothing in this act shall affect the provisions of any act for punishing mutiny and desertion of officers, sailors or airman in the service of the Government of India or the provisions of any especial or local law.

CHAPTER No-2:- Constitution of criminal courts and offence   section    6 to 25 A

Section 6 To 25 A:-

Contribution of Criminal codes and offences Section 6 To 25 A

Section 6:- 6 classes of the Criminal code: – Besides the High Courts and the courts constituted under any Law. Other then this code, there shall be. In every State, the flowing classes of Criminal courts, namely:-

(i) Court of Section

(ii) Judicial Magistrates of the first class and, in any metropolitan area, Metropolitan Magistrates;

(iii) Judicial Magistrates of the second class; and

(iv) Executive Magistrates

Section 7:- 7 territorial divisions:-

(i) Every State shall be a session’s division or shall consist of session division: and every session division shall, for purposes of this code, be a District or consist of Districts.

Provided that every metropolitan area shall, for the said purposes, be a separate session division and District.

(ii)  The State Government may, after consultation with the High Court, Letter the limits or the number of such division and Districts.

(iii)  The State Government may, after consultation with the High Court, divide any district into Sub-division and may alter the limits or the number of such Sub-Division.

(iv)  The Sessions Divisions, Districts and Sub-Division existing in a State at the commencement of this code, shall be deemed to have been formed under this session.

Section 8:- Metropolitan Areas:-

(i) The State Government may, by notification declare that, as from such date as may be specified in notification, any area in the State comprising a city or town who population exceeds one million shall  be a metropolitan area for the purpose of this code.

(ii) As from the Commencement of this code each of the presidency – towns of Bombay, Kolkata and Madras and the city Ahmadabad shall be deemed to be declared under Sub-Session (1) to be Metropolitan Area.

(iii) The State Government may, by Notification, extend reduces or letter the limits of a metropolitan area but the reduction or alteration shall not be so made as to reduce the population of such area to less than one million.

(iv) Where, after an area has been declared, or deemed to have been declared to be, a metropolitan area. Population of such area falls below on one million, such area shall, on and from such date as the State Government may be Notification specify in this behalf, cases to be a metropolitan area; But notwithstanding such cesser, any inquire, trail or appeal pending immediately before such cesser before any court or magistrate in such area shall continue to be dealt with under this code as if such cesser had not taken place.

(v) Where the State Government reduce or alters, under Sub-Section (3), the limits of any metropolitan area, such reduction or alteration shall not affect any inquire, trail or appeal pending immediately before such reduction or alteration before any court or magistrate, and every such enquire trail or appeal shall continue to be dealt with under this code as if such reduction or alteration had not taken place,

Ex-Plantation in this section, the expression “Population” means the population as ascertained at the last preceding census of which the relevant figures have been published.

State amendment


In Section 8 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 in its application to the National capital territory of Delhi-

(a) In Sub-Section (1) for the words “a city or town”. The words “a city or town or part thereof” shall be substituted.

(b) For sub-section (3) the following sub-section shall be substituted namely:-

(3) The State Government may be notification divide a metropolitan area into two or more such areas or extend or reduce or alter the limits of a metropolitan area.

Provide that-

(a) The division of metropolitan area shall not be so made as to result in the population of any of the areas into which it has been divided being less than one million: and

(b) The reduction or alteration of metropolitan area shall not be so made as to reduce the population of such area to less than one million.

(c) After Sub-Section (4) the Following Sub-Section shall be inserted, namely.

(4.A) Where any metropolitan area is divided under Sub-Section (3) the High court may issue such direction as it deems fit with respect to the disposal of the proceeding pending immediately before such division before any magistrate of court having jurisdiction in respect of such area.

{Vide the code of Criminal Procedure (Delhi Amendment) Act, 2011 (Delhi Act 09 of 2011 Section -2).

Section 9:- 9 Court of Session:-

(1) The State Government shall establish a court of session for every session division.

(2) Every Court of Session shall be presided our by a judge, to be an appointed by the High Court.

(3) The High Court may also appoint additional session judges and assist session judges to exercise jurisdiction in a court of session.

(4) The Session judge of one session division may be appointed by the high court to be also an additional session’s judge of another division, and in such case he may sit for the disposal of cases at such place or places in the other division as high court may direct.

(5) Where the office off the session judge is vacant, the High court may make arrangements for the disposal of any urgent application which is, or may be, made or pending before such court of session by an additional or assistant session judge, or if there be no additional or assistant sessions judge, by a chief judicial magistrate, in the session division, and every such judge or magistrate shall have jurisdiction to deal with any such application.

(6) The Court of sessions shall ordinarily by hold its sitting at such place or places as the high court may, by notification, specify, but, if, in any particular case, the court of session is or opinion that it will tend to the general convenience of the parties and witnesses to hold its sittings at any other place in the session division, it may, with the consent of the prosecution and the accused, sit at that place for the disposal of the case or the examination or any witness or witness therein.


For the purposes of this code, “appointment does not include the first appointment, posting or permission of a person’s by government to any service, or post connection with the affairs of the union or of a State, where under any law such appointment, posting or promotion is required to be made by government.

State Amendment of


In section 9, Sub-Section (3) the following proviso shall be added namely:-

Provided that notwithstanding any things to the contrary contained in this code, an additional session judge in a district or Sub-Division, other than the district or Sub-Division by but every name called, wherein the Head quarters of the Session judge are situated, exercising   jurisdiction in a court of session shall have all the powers of the sessions judge, under this code, in respect of the cases and proceedings in criminal codes in that sub-division for purposes of Sub-Session (7) of session 116, session 193 and 194 clause (A)of session 209 & Sessions 409, 439 & 449: Provided further that the above powers shall not be in derogation of the powers otherwise execisable by an additional sessions judge or  a session judge under this code”

(Vide) West Bengal Act 24 of 1988 sec. 3.)



UNDER WORKING>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

November 16, 2018 Post Under - Read More

Comments are closed.