Section 162 CrPC does not affect a Court’s power to look into documents or put questions to witnesses suo motu to contradict them: SC

 In a groundbreaking ruling, the Supreme Court of India has clarified the extent of a court’s authority to scrutinize police statements and question witnesses in criminal proceedings. The judgment, delivered by a bench comprising Justice B R Gavai, Justice J B Pardiwala, and Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra, underscores the critical role of the judiciary in

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