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Illegaly detained at a mental hospital
« on: July 31, 2018, 05:13:40 AM »
Hi all ,

This is my first post on this forum. A very bad incident happend in my life few months ago . Actually I was forcefully arrested and detained at one private mental hopital . I was detained there for about two months . Now I am am free from it . I was released about 3 months ago . Since then I am in complete shock.  The hospital was like a jail . I was not even allowed to meet my parents there. It is both a de addiction center and a mental hospital . I do not know if they even have a proper license or not .

No proper procedure was followed for my detention . The procedure which is laid out in Mental Health Act 1987 ( old law which was still in enforcement at the time of my detention).   

The institute in which I was detained is a complete illegal instiute. It arrestes people arbitrarily and put them in their prison and forcefully feeds them medicine without their consent and keep people in lock for months.

I do not think it even have a proper license to operate as I do not find any such thing mentioned in their poster. Anyway

My question is should I first file a FIR with police ( I haven't filed a FIR yet )   or should I move directly to high court or supreme court against violation of my fundamental rights( under articel 226 or article 32 )

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Re: Illegaly detained at a mental hospital
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2018, 09:42:49 AM »
Dear Sir,
You immediately lodge complaint with police and then  file petition before High court and supreme court claiming huge compensation. The court will take it as a serious issue and even direct for investigation       and  report.
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Re: Illegaly detained at a mental hospital
« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2018, 08:15:42 PM »
Dear Sir,
You immediately lodge complaint with police and then  file petition before High court and supreme court claiming huge compensation. The court will take it as a serious issue and even direct for investigation       and  report.


@kalaskarkk Sir, I was released from there about 3-4 months ago , will the police lodge the FIR

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Re: Illegaly detained at a mental hospital
« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2018, 12:20:29 AM »
Dear querist,

You may directly approach to High court or Supreme Court.
As police will not take FIR since the incident pertain to 4 month back.

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Re: Illegaly detained at a mental hospital
« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2018, 04:49:50 PM »
Dear querist,

You may directly approach to High court or Supreme Court.
As police will not take FIR since the incident pertain to 4 month back.

Deepak Joshi & Associates

@Deepak Joshi Under What section can I approach High Court or Supreme Court. And should I approach High Court or Supreme Court.

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