Don’t demand Thiruvananthapuram resident to remove pet birds from terrace: Kerala HC to police

The Kerala Excessive Court docket on Monday directed the police to chorus from asking a Thiruvananthapuram resident to take away birds from the terrace of his residence in the meanwhile.

Justice Raja Vijayraghavan V issued the route to the Station Home Officer (SHO) and Circle Inspector of Karmana police station in Thiruvananthapuram.

The court docket additionally issued discover to the Atmosphere Ministry and Kerala Police looking for their stand on the person’s plea alleging that he and his members of the family have been being harassed by the 2 officers for retaining pet birds of their residence.

It directed the lawyer showing for the police to get directions and report whether or not the petitioner was violating any provision of regulation by retaining birds as pets.

”There will probably be a route to respondent Nos.2 (Circle Inspector) and three (SHO) to chorus from insisting that the petitioner shall take away the birds from the terrace of his residence in the meanwhile,” the court docket stated.PTI HMP BN BALA BN BALA

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