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Private Complaint 154(3)

When the police decline to submit a report or begin an inquiry into a cognizable offense, we assist you in doing so.

If the police refuse to register any complainant or file a FIR under Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code, the complainant should go to the police station to file a written or oral complaint.

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According to the instructions, either complainant may use registered mail to file a written complaint to Ploce Station/Asst, the Commissioner of Police, the Deputy Commissioner of Police, and the Commissioner of Police. U/S. 154

If the police are unable to register your complaint, you can contact a lawyer or advocate to file a private complaint.

Prepare a "PRIVATE COMPLAINT" in accordance with the format required for the alleged offenses: attach all supporting documentation to your complaint as a "LIST OF DOCUMENTS," list all the witnesses to the alleged offenses as a "LIST OF WITNESSES," and file the complaint in the concerned P.S. court with the complainant present.

When the complaint is filed, typically after call work. The Magistrate may order the Complainant to produce witnesses (Complainant/Witnesses as per List) on the same day or any other day to record the Evidence, but only if and only if the Magistrate so determines.

The Magistrate may immediately ordain the issuance of a summons to the Accused following the recording of such Evidence.

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