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Revenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raids

first_img TAGSChinesecigarettescustomsEightHarveylimerickRevenueSeptwolfsniffer dog Officers from Revenue’s Customs Service seized a total of 24,000 cigarettes with a retail value of over €11,000 in two related operations in Limerick.On Thursday last, a package containing 12,000 ‘Septwolf’ and ‘Eight’ cigarettes was seized. This consignment had been declared as ‘hangbags’ which had been consigned from China to an address in Limerick city.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In a follow up operation on Friday afternoon, a further package was detected by Revenue sniffer dog, Harvey. This package, containing 12,000 ‘Septwolf’ cigarettes had also been consigned from China, but to a different address in Limerick city, and this time had been declared as ‘shoe samples’.A Chinese man in 20’s was questioned by Officers from Revenues Customs Service and is currently being questioned by Gardai at Henry Street Garda Station.The investigation is on-going with a view to prosecution.Anyone with information regarding the smuggling or sale of illegal cigarettes or tobacco, should contact Revenue in confidence on free phone number 1800 295 295. Advertisement Twitter NewsRevenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raidsBy Editor – August 31, 2014 656 Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Revenue Seize Cigarettes at Shannon Airport Linkedin Previous articleMotorbike challenge saves Limerick school for deafNext article€40,000 Limerick City of Culture boost to Elemental Editor Facebook Email Revenue Seizes more Cigarettes in Limerick WhatsApp Ollie sniffs out €300k Shannon airport drugs haullast_img read more

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Religious Processions Should Spread Positivity/Brotherhood & In No Manner Should Cause Any Communal Disturbance: Madras High Court

first_imgNews UpdatesReligious Processions Should Spread Positivity/Brotherhood & In No Manner Should Cause Any Communal Disturbance: Madras High Court Sparsh Upadhyay24 Feb 2021 2:28 AMShare This – xWhile allowing the general public including the Petitioner to follow the ritual of taking a procession around the temple (Girivalam), the Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) recently observed that all the Religious processions should spread positivity and brotherhood and in no manner should be a cause for any communal disturbance. The Bench of Justice R. Hemalatha was hearing the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginWhile allowing the general public including the Petitioner to follow the ritual of taking a procession around the temple (Girivalam), the Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) recently observed that all the Religious processions should spread positivity and brotherhood and in no manner should be a cause for any communal disturbance. The Bench of Justice R. Hemalatha was hearing the plea of one M. Thangaraj (Ex.MC) who prayed before the Court for allowing the general public to participate in the ritual “Girivalam” outside Arulmigu Padmagirishwhara Swamy and Arulmigu Abirami Ambigai Temple at Dindigul District. Plea He contended before the Court that the first respondent (The District Collector, Dindigul District, Dindigul) prohibited the entire public from gathering more than five in number outside the temple in order to prevent the conduct of procession around the temple. According to him, the general public including him follow the ritual of taking a procession around the temple (“Girivalam”) for the past 20 years and that the police is preventing them from doing so. He, therefore, prayed for allowing the general public to participate in the ritual “Girivalam” The submission made by the Inspector of Police, Dindigul Town It was submitted before the Court by the Inspector of Police, Dindigul Town that as per the intelligence report, members from Hindu Religions Organization, Hindu Munnani and Hindu Makkal Katchi joined the procession (“Girivalam”). It was also submitted that they were also carrying banners, placards, mike sets, chanting slogans and beating drums and this was objected to by another Section of people belonging to Islam, who claim that the Rock Fort is their religious site, where they conduct Namaz and Prayers, and at the same time, the Hindu Makkal Katchi and other Hindu outfits are planning to lit lamps atop the hills. The situation was therefore controlled by deploying nearly 600 police personals. Court’s observations The Court noted that the ritual of ‘Girivalam’ has been followed by the Hindus amongst the general public for the last ten years and remarked, “All the Religious processions should spread positivity and brotherhood and in no manner should be a cause for any communal disturbance. This applies for all religions and this Court expects every individual to believe in unity in diversity and communal harmony.” Lastly, the Court opined, “I do not find any reason as to why the general public should be prohibited from taking part in the procession especially when the impugned order dated 28.12.2020 does not prohibit the general public from participating in ‘Girivalam’.” However, keeping in mind the Covid-19 protocol as well as law and order into consideration, the Court directed that it should be ensured that the procession is peaceful without any provocative slogans or any other gestures. Related News The Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) on Friday (19th February) allowed a petition that sought permission to conduct an awareness campaign in and around Madurai for the construction of ‘Sri Rama Temple in Ayodhya’. The Bench of Justice R. Hemalatha directed the Commissioner of Police, Madurai City to consider the representation of the petitioner and pass appropriate orders with reasonable restrictions for the free movement of the vehicle in and around Madurai. Also, while observing that classification among men has got no place in the abode of God, the Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) recently remarked that it was “very unfortunate” that there was a difference of opinion over the conduct of a temple festival in the Tiruchi district. The Bench of Justice M. M. Sundresh and Justice S. Ananthi observed thus while dismissing a plea that sought the conduct of a peace meeting between 3 communities over organizing a temple festival of the Sri Eraniamman Thirukovil. Further, while quashing FIRs registered against Christian evangelist Mohan C Lazarus for hurting religious sentiments, the Madras High Court earlier this month made certain significant observations regarding the need to maintain respect and tolerance for other religious faiths in a pluralistic society. A single bench of Justice Anand Venkatesh quashed the FIRs against Lazarus, the founder of ‘Jesus Redeems Ministry’, following his unconditional apology, but only after strongly rebuking his conduct and emphasizing the need to maintain restraint while exercising the right to propagate religion. Case title – M. Thangaraj (Ex. MC) v. The District Collector, Dindigul District, Dindigul and others [WP(MD)No.433 of 2021 & WMP(MD)Nos.359, 360 & 362 of 2021] Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

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