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Protest Petition

The Criminal Procedure Code makes no mention of protest petitions, despite the fact that they are a crucial component of criminal law practice. When a person who feels wronged brings a complaint before the magistrate pursuant to section 156(3) of the Criminal Procedure Code, the magistrate, upon being satisfied with the complaint petition, directs the police to conduct an investigation. Under section 173(2) of the Cr.Pc., the police submit their investigation report to the magistrate after conducting their inquiry.

Protest-Petition

The individual who feels wronged may simultaneously ask for additional legal action under sections 200 and 202 of the Criminal Procedure Code. If the protest petition is granted, the Magistrate will take the case under section 190 of the Criminal Procedure Code and notify the accused.

The police begin their inquiry after receiving a FIR under section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code. If the police discover all of the alleged offenses, they file a charge-sheet pursuant to section 190(b) of the Code with the relevant Magistrate. Instead, if the police determined that there was no offense, they would submit a Final Report in accordance with section 173 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

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