While hearing a writ petition seeking transfer and clubbing of 29 FIR’s registered against an accused who has been in custody for falsely collecting crores of money in cash from people to any appropriate Investigating Agency or in the State of Haryana, the Supreme Court on Monday (October 1, 2021) asked the Centre to come up with the solution to deal with the matters in which multiple FIR’s are registered against a particular person in a ponzi scam in multiple states.
“Please come up with a solution & we’ll have to see what needs to be done. This is something to be worried about. So many FIR’s will be a travesty of justice,” Justice LN Rao said to Solicitor General.
The bench of Justices LN Rao and BR Gavai were hearing a petition filed by Radhey Shyam, Chief Managing Director of Future Maker Life Care Private Limited who has been in jail since October 10, 2018, on account of various FIR’s registered against him within different states at various time intervals.
Shyam in his writ petition had sought the issuance of directions for not registering further FIR’s against him by any Investigating Agency and on the same cause of action.
When the petition which also sought for issuance of directions to not take cognizance by any Court/Authority empowered to do so on any complaint premised on the same cause of action was called for hearing, Justice LN Rao the presiding judge of the bench asked Solicitor General if some body could be constituted to investigate in the matter where…