Court of Magistrate is Not Post Office to Forward Complaints Without Examining Them- Kerala HC Closes Case Against Public Prosecutor

The Kerala High Court recently ruled that when taking cognizance of offences or ordering an investigation into any cognizable case, Magistrate courts must use their judicial mind. According to Justice Kauser Edappagath, while exercising the power granted by Section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), Magistrates and courts should not act as mere

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