“If the aspersions cast on the integrity of a public servant and the Investigating Officer harbours a view that an investigation is necessary, it would be in the interests of both the Government and the public servant that such a nagging suspicion is obliterated”.
The Court reprimanded the DSP and said that a DSP, ought to know that in terms of Section 162 of Cr.PC, no statement made by a person to a police officer in the course of any investigation, which is reduced to writing, is required to be signed by the person making the statement.
Allahabad High Court said that Randeep Singh had already been directed to be released on bail and he has got right of discharge under Section 239, 245 or 227 CrPC. through a proper application for the said purpose and he is free to take all the submissions in the said discharge application before the Trial Court.
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