Bhushan Kumar & Anr. v. State (NCT of Delhi) & Anr.

Supreme Court

Criminal Appeal No. 612, 613 of 2012 [arising out S.L.P. (Cri.) Nos. 9953 with 9958 of 2010]

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Under Section 190 of Criminal P.C. (2 of 1974), it is the application of judicial mind to the averments in the complaint that constitute cognizance. At this stage, the Magistrate has to be satisfied whether there is sufficient ground for proceeding and no


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