Shivjee Singh v. Nagendra Tiwary & Ors.

Supreme Court

Criminal Appeal No. 1158 of 2010 [arising out of S.L.P. (Cri.) No. 1416 of 2009]

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Examination of all the witnesses cited in the complaint or whose names are disclosed by the complainant in furtherance of the direction given by the Magistrate in terms of provisio to S. 202 (2) of CrPC is not a condition precedent for taking cognizance a


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