“Magistrate is not bound to direct investigation by police even if all allegations made in complaint disclose ingredients of cognizable offence. Each case must be viewed depending upon facts and circumstances involved therein.”
“The concerned public servant should have prepared a complaint under Section 195 CrPC and the same should have been filed before the Magistrate or the same could have been forwarded along with the chargesheet to the concerned Court.”
The Court pointed out that ‘woman’ as per S. 498-A, IPC means and includes a legally wedded wife.
The Court was hearing a case where a wife had lodged a complaint alleging cruelty by her husband and in-laws, after a divorce petition had already been filed by the husband.
In a medical negligence case, the Tis Hazari Court held that since there was no justifiable reason to assume that the doctor committed any offence into the allegations made by the complainant, no FIR could be registered on the whims and fancies of the complainant guided by unfounded and unsubstantiated assumptions only to satisfy his discontentment with the treatment of his child.
Any irregularity or illegality in the remand order is not a statutorily sanctioned reason for grant of default bail
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