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Kar. HC: Magistrate's Permission Mandatory for Police Investigation U/S 127A of RP Act - (02 Sep 2022)


Karnataka High Court has said that offence under Section 127-A of the Representation of People Act (Restrictions on the printing of pamphlets, posters, etc) is a non-cognizable offence and hence, permission for police investigation must be granted by Magistrate in terms of Section 155 of CrPC.


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