While deciding whether a prima facie case is made out - I had an understanding that by reading the complaint if we assume all facts mentioned are true, is a case made out of it?
However I read a judgement <https://judgmenthck.kar.nic.in/judgments/bitstream/123456789/96844/1/CRLRP827-06-10-03-2008.pdf> where HC quashed a case and one of the factors was 'no prima facie case was made out and the magistrate failed to or ignored that no specific allegations were made in the complaint'
So my question to confirm - are specific allegations a MUST to make out a prima facie case? I would think yes because that gives it authenticity or credibility, lack of such specific allegations means you can cook up a story as time goes by.
pls comment !