Former BJP MP Jaya Prada Declared ‘Absconding’ in Code of Conduct Violation Cases

The MP/MLA court in Rampur issued CrPC order 82 for her non-appearance on Tuesday, following her repeated failure to attend court

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Film actor and former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP, Jaya Prada, has been deemed ‘absconding’ in two cases related to the violation of the code of conduct. The decision came after Jaya failed to appear for a court hearing, despite repeated notices and non-bailable warrants issued against her, as per ANI reports.

The MP/MLA court in Rampur issued CrPC order 82 for her non-appearance on Tuesday, following her repeated failure to attend court hearings despite the issuance of non-bailable warrants (NBWs) against her. Senior Prosecution Officer Amarnath Tiwari stated that the 2019 election code of conduct case against Jaya was registered in the court of the Special MP/MLA Court, Rampur, in Kemri police station and Swar police station.

MP/MLA Magistrate Court Judge Shobhit Bansal issued NBWs against Jaya due to her consistent non-appearance in court on previous dates. Inspector Ranji Trivedi’s report noted that the accused was evading arrest, and her mobile phone was switched off.

Consequently, a demand was made in court to take action under Section 82 CrPC against the accused, Jaya. The order has been issued, and the next hearing date has been scheduled for March 6.

In response to the court’s directive, the Superintendent of Police has been instructed to form a special team tasked with apprehending the former MP and ensuring her presence at the next hearing, slated for March 6.

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