Informers take enormous risks to give secret information to authorities, should be rewarded as per policy: Bombay High Court

The Court recently ordered the Custom Authorities to pay the reward payable under policy to the widow of an informer, who had given a tip about the smuggling of diamonds worth ₹ 90 lakhs back in 1991.
Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court recently observed that informers take huge risks to furnish important information to the authorities and that the authorities should reward them accordingly as per government policy. [Jayashree Chandrakant Dhavre vs Union of India]

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