Telangana High Court suspends judge who ordered FIR against CEC Rajiv Kumar over minister’s poll affidavit

In simple terms: “On August 24th in Hyderabad. ”
The Telangana High Court suspended a judge who told the police to file a complaint against Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar and others. The court said the judge acted too quickly.
The authorities in Hyderabad and people who know what happened in Delhi said that they suspended Judge K Jaya Kumar from his job at the special sessions court for MPs and MLAs. This happened because a senior official from the Election Commission made a complaint to the high court.
The high court said that the judicial officer acted too quickly without doing any investigation or recording the statement of the person who made the complaint. The complaint was filed by Raghavendra Raju under Section 200 of the CrPC.
The sources said that the officer made a serious mistake while doing his job, according to the court’s order on the administrative side.
A case was filed on August 11 against Telangana Excise Minister V Srinivas Goud, CEC Kumar, and several other officials. The case was referred by the sessions court after they were accused of changing some information in Goud’s 2018 state assembly election papers.
The sessions court sent the case to the police because someone made a complaint saying that Goud, who is an MLA from Mahabubnagar, changed the information on his election paperwork by hiding some facts.
Goud was accused of something, along with CEC Kumar and other officials. The complainant said they worked together with the minister and closed the election affidavit without doing anything more about it.
The high court suspended the judicial officer because it was in the best interest of the public, according to the sources. This action was taken under the Telangana Civil Services Rules from 1991.

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