Orally Informing the Accused of his Rights in an NDPS case is not sufficient: P&H HC

The Punjab & Haryana HC observed that a notice u/s 50 of the NDPS Act should specify the accused’s right under the NDPS Act. According to Justice BS Walia, merely telling the accused that he has rights without informing the exact rights under the NDPS Act will not constitute compliance with the Mandatory requirement. The

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