Important judgments on Cr.P.C Section 190 to 199

Important judgments on Cr.P.C Section 190 to 199

Important judgments on Cr.P.C Section 190 to 199

  1. Acceptance of final report does not debar the Magistrate from taking cognizance on the basis of the materials produced in a complaint proceeding- Cr.P.C Section 190-Kishore Kumar Gyanchandani G.D. Mehrotra And Anr -Equivalent Citation- AIR 2002 SC 483.
  2. Magistrate can take cognizance against the accused named in FIR but omitted in the charge sheet- Cr.P.C Section 190 and 319-Uma Shankar Vs. State of Bihar and Anr-Equivalent Citation- (2010) 9 SCC 479.
  3. At the stage of taking cognizance there is no question of Section319-Cr.P.C Section 190-SWIL Ltd. vs. State of Delhi-Equivalent Citation- (2001) 6 SCC 670.
  4. Faulty Investigation not to vitiate the trial unless there was prejudice- Cr.P.C Section 190-State vs. Mainabai-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1962 Bom 202.
  5. Magistrate can differ with PSO on police report and issue process for different Sections- Cr.P.C Section190-Vijay Kant Thakur and Anr. vs. State of Bihar and Anr. -Equivalent Citation-2010 CriLJ 4190.
  6. Magistrate can take cognizance against other accused on subsequent date also-Cr.P.C Section 190-Rajinder Prasad vs. Bashir and Ors-Equivalent Citation-AIR 2001 SC 3524.
  7. Magistrate can take cognizance against other than charge sheeted- Cr.P.C Section 190-Chittaranjan Mirdha Vs. Dulal Ghosh and Anr. -Equivalent Citation-(2009) 6 SCC 661.
  8. Passing order of Section 156(3) or Search Warrant is not taking Cognizance-Cr.P.C Section190-C. Mehta Vs. Union of India (UOI) and Ors-Equivalent Citation- (2007) 1 SCC 110.
  9. Trial is not vitiated if the cognizance is valid- Cr.P.C Section 190-Rajinder Prasad vs. Bashir and Ors-Equivalent Citation- AIR 2001 SC 3524.
  10. Options to Magistrate He can take cognizance from material of final report even if police say no offence made out- Cr.P.C Section 190(1)(b)-Rattiram and Ors.Vs.State of M.P. through Inspector of Police-Equivalent Citation-AIR 2012 SC 1485.
  11. Charge-sheet to be returned to police for presenting before JMFC for committal in SC and ST POA Act Referring Officer- Cr.P.C Section 193-Kishun Singh and Ors. Vs. State of Bihar-Equivalent Citation-(1993) 2 SCC 16.
  12. On committal Sessions Court gets jurisdiction to take cognizance against new accused on same material- Cr.P.C Section 193-Daulat Ram Vs. State of Punjab-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1962 SC 1206 .
  13. It is incumbent that a complaint in writing should be made by the public servant concerned for only-Cr.P.C Section 195 and IPC Section 182- Narayandas vs State Of Karnataka And Ors-Equivalent Citation-2004 Cri.L.J. 822
  14. Complaint for Section 500 IPC maintainable though the act falls under Section211 IPC also- Cr.P.C Section 195-Mahesh Chand Sharma vs. State of U.P. and Ors. -Equivalent Citation-(2009) 15 SCC 519.
  15. Cr.P.C Section 195 Not a bar to order of Section 156(3) as the bar comes after investigation Then Court can file complaint-M.L. Sethi Vs. R.P. Kapur and Anr-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1967 SC 528.
  16. Cr.P.C Section 195 not bar for Section 211 IPC-Rama Rao and Anr.Vs.Narayan and Anr.-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1969 SC 724.
  17. Registrar Co-operative societies is not a Court- Cr.P.C Section 195-State of Punjab Vs. Brij Lal Palta-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1969 SC 355.
  18. There can be no objection to the continuance of proceedings relating to offences for other than those covered by Sections 182, 211 and 193 IPC – Cr.P.C Section 195-Nandkishor Laxminarayan Mundhada And Ors-Equivalent Citation-2008 CriLJ 990
  19. Cr.P.C Section 195(1) Bars unless the complaint is by the Court-Abdul Rehman and Ors. vs. K.M. Anees-ul-Haq-Equivalent Citation- 2012 CriLJ 1060.
  20. Cr.P.C Section 195(1)(b) attracted for Section 211 IPC-Kamlapati Trivedi Vs. State of West Bengal-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1979 SC 777.
  21. Cr.P.C Section 195(1)(b) Complaint by Court required for Section 211 offence on False police report- The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Vs. Vimal Kumar Surana and Anr.-Equivalent Citation-(2011) 1 SCC (Cri) 442.
  22. Criminal proceedings should be given precedence and the civil proceedings should be stayed- Cr.P.C Section 195(3)-Durgacharan Naik and Ors. Vs. State of Orissa-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1966 SC 1775.
  23. Sanction is required for taking cognizance and not for taking charge sheet-Cr.P.C Section197 and P.C. Act Section 19-State of Madhya Pradesh Sheetla Sahai and Ors. -Equivalent Citation-(2009) 8 SCC 617.
  24. Necessity of sanction can be considered after evidence when it cannot be decided without evidence- Cr.P.C Section 197-Suresh Kumar Bhikamchand Jain Vs. Pandey Ajay Bhushan and Ors-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1998 SC 1524.
  25. Cr.P.C Section 197 not applicable to public sector undertaking employee-Mohd. Hadi Raja Vs. State of Bihar and Anr. -Equivalent Citation-AIR 1998 SC 1945.
  26. Power under Section 156(3) is discretionary- Cr.P.C Section 197-Parkash Singh Badal and Anr. Vs. State of Punjab and Ors -Equivalent Citation- (2007) 1 SCC 1.
  27. Cr.P.C Section 197 Real test is if the complained acts were not done should it amount to dereliction of duty then sanction is necessary-Rizwan Ahmed Javed Shaikh & Ors vs. Jammal Patel and Ors. -Equivalent Citation-AIR 2001 SC 2198.
  28. Sanction is required to prosecute when the search party was obstructed and there was just a scuffle-Cr.P.C Section 197-Matajog Dobey Vs. H.C. Bhari-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1956 SC 44.
  29. Whether the accused was discharging public servant’s duty or not can be considered during the progress of the case- Cr.P.C Section 197-Suresh Kumar Bhikamchand JainVs. Pandey Ajay Bhushan and Ors-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1998 SC 1524.
  30. Cr.P.C Section 198 and Section 495 of IPC complainant died mother continued complaint-State of Orissa through Ashwin Nanubhai Vyas Vs. State Of Maharashtra & Anr-Equivalent Citation-AIR 1967 SC 983.
  31. Cr.P.C Section 199 where police took no action in spite of information remedy lies in filing complaint-Ushaben Vs. Kishorbhai Chunilal Talpada and Ors. -Equivalent Citation-2012 ACR 1859.

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