Day: September 12, 2015

One CA & CS Arrested For Faking DSC

Three persons from Delhi and Pune were arrested on Thursday for forging digital signatures and presenting themselves as a company’s directors on the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) website. The signatory details of the directors were suddenly changed in March and three new persons were fraudulently shown as directors. “A routine check on the website of the registrar of companies of MCA by a company official brought the forgery out in the open. The offence was planned by Sunny Goel (25)—CA from New Delhi—who got another accused, Jamir Shaikh (37) from Pune, as the director on the ROC’s webpage while the third accused, a CS from New Delhi Kavindra Gupta (29), uploaded the forged documents to obtain the digital signatures,” said an officer of the Mumbai cyber police at Bandra-Kurla complex. The accused managed to substitute their names in place of the real directors of Unicorn Infra Project and Estate Private Limited and DDPL Global Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. The crime was discovered by the firm’s company secretary on March 9 when he stumbled upon new signatory details with two unknown person shown as directors effective February 10, 2015. The investigation was taken up by joint commissioner of police (crime) Atul Kulkarni who led the team comprising additional commissioner of police (crime) KMM Prasanna and Sudhir Mahadik, R Sardesai, Umesh Gound of the BKC cyber police. “The form used to...

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Advocate must face fitness tests to appear in court – SC

The Supreme Court has said that lawyers should be put to mental and physical fitness test to be prove their eligibility to conduct trials in criminal cases and to ensure that litigants don’t suffer on account of their incompetence. A bench of Justices J S Khehar and Adarsh K Goel said the Advocates Act and the relevant rules needed to be reviewed to incorporate a provision for giving fitness certificate to an advocate to appear in court. The court’s observation came while rejecting the plea of the Uber rape case accused who sought recall of witnesses on the ground that his lawyer was incompetent. “Perhaps time has come to review the Advocates Act and the relevant rules to examine the continued fitness of an advocate to conduct a criminal trial on account of advanced age or other mental or physical infirmity, to avoid grievance that an advocate who conducted trial was unfit or incompetent. This is an aspect which needs to be looked into by the concerned authorities including the Law Commission and the Bar Council of India,” the court...

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