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SC Upholds All. HC’s Direction to Medically Examine Person Called in Police Station After Release - (22 Feb 2024)

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Supreme Court while upholding Allahabad High Court’s direction to medically examine person called in police station after release, has stated that such direction was issued in order to put up a check on custodial violence on the person's brought to the police station.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   POLICE STATION   MEDICAL EXAMINATION   CUSTODIAL VIOLENCE  

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