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Madhya Pradesh Prosecution Department, Bhopal (India) has been included by World Book of Records, London for prosecuting 18 conviction cases of Child Rape and 3 murders cases in which District and Session courts of Madhya Pradesh pronounced Capital Punishment as Judgment in a calendar Year from January 01 to 22 December 2018.

 

Rajendra Kumar, IPS (DG, Prosecution) gets honoured for the Initiative of e-prosecution Mobile App

Justice Ramesh Garg (Retd. Chief Justice, Assam High Court), Dr. Asha Mathur, IPS (IGP Retd), Shri Sanjeev Dubey, Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate (President, World Book of Records), Shri Vikram Trivedi presented the certificates.

INDORE: Madhya Pradesh Prosecution Department, Bhopal (India) has been included by World Book of Records, London for prosecuting 18 conviction cases of Child Rape and 3 murders cases in which District and Session courts of Madhya Pradesh pronounced Capital Punishment as Judgment in a calendar Year from January 01 to 22 December 2018. Apart from this, Shri Rajendra Kumar, IPS (DG, Prosecution) has been honoured by World Book of Records, London for the Initiative of e-prosecution Mobile App under his pioneering guidance. The e-prosecution App has been framed to facilitate the Automation, Streamlining & Effective Management of Processes and activities related to the functions of Prosecution. Ms. Mosami Tiwari (Prosecution Officer) has been honoured for her dedicated and enthusiastic activities in promoting the cause of Public Prosecution of the M.P Prosecution Department. Shri Rajendra Kumar, IPS and Ms. Mosami Tiwari have been bestowed the certificate by Justice Ramesh Garg (Chief Justice Retd., Assam High Court), Dr. Asha Mathur (IGP Retd), Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court, Advocate (President, WBR), Shri Sanjeev Dubey (Member, Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India) and Shri Vikram Trivedi. On this occasion, Dr. Suchita Shukla, Advocate Ashhar Warsi, Shri Amit Kosharwal, Ms Kavita Sharma, Shri Rajesh Shukla, Er. Surbhi Kaul and other scholars of judiciary were present. On being recognized by World Book of Records, London they were congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (Member of British Parliament), Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, WBR, London) and Shri Rishi Kumar Shukla (DG, Madhya Pradesh).

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