Leaders hindering JMC’s drive to catch stray animals to face contempt of court

Jaipur: Now public representatives will not be able to cause hindrance when JMC employees are catching stray animals. If these representatives try to pressurise or the employees are threatened, it will be considered as contempt of court.

A contempt application was filed by Nyay-Mitra Vimal Choudhary against former minister Kalicharan Saraf in the case related to catching stray animals. The Nyay-Mitra had included cut-outs of news papers denoting JMC employees being subject to misbehaviour and also included Saraf’s misbehaviour to mobile magistrate in the year 2000. The division bench of chief justice will hear on the application on September 30.