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Innocent woman, who spent 17 months in jail with a baby girl, now MP government will pay fine on the order of the High Court!

The Constitution of India says that 100 criminals should be acquitted but one innocent should not be punished. Indore High Court has given a similar decision in an order. The High Court has given an important verdict in a case of conspiring to remove a woman from her job and filing a false case against her for getting a job through forged documents.

In fact, a woman from Ujjain district had to spend about 17 months in jail in a false case with a milky girl. But now all the allegations have been proved false in the court. Now the High Court has ordered the government to pay a compensation of five lakh rupees within a month and to put her back on a respectable job in lieu of the trouble caused by the woman in the jail due to the false case. The court has also ordered an inquiry against the officers who conspired against the woman.

There was an allegation of disturbances in the mark sheet of 10th-12th

On the other hand, according to High Court advocate Seema Sharma, the matter is related to Pushpa Chauhan, assistant warden of Khachraud Boys Hostel in Ujjain district. In 2007, under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, 10 people including Pushpa were selected for the post of Assistant Warden. At the time of appointment, Pushpa had presented her mark sheet and other documents. After their verification by the committee including the Collector, Pushpa has also got continuous extension in her job contract appointment. However, on 27 February 2018, Assistant Project Co-ordinator Manisha Mishra asked all 10 assistant wardens, including Pushpa, to produce their original documents again.

After that the papers of the remaining 9 were returned but there was a discrepancy in the mention of age in Pushpa’s 10th and 12th marksheets. Due to which an FIR was lodged against Pushpa at Ujjain’s Madhav Nagar police station, after which Pushpa was arrested on September 6, 2018, alleging that she had obtained a job with forged documents.

Pushpa spent 17 months in jail with the child

Significantly, after the arrest, Pushpa had to stay in jail for one year and five months along with her lactating child. After which all the allegations were proved false in the lower court and he was acquitted. After this, Pushpa filed a petition in the High Court to get a job again.