Ananya Gosain 26 August 2021
Hello! As per law, no police station can deny lodging an FIR and they have to do this free of cost. If an FIR is registered, it shall not be cancelled by the police, nor by the Magistrate. Recording of FIR means starting an investigation of a cognizable case which can only be concluded in any of the following ways:
In addition to the aforementioned circumstances, the government has the power to withdraw the prosecution of a criminal case against the defendant in court. This power is conferred under Section 321 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Normally, once the cognizance has been taken, the case proceeds and after a full trial, either result in conviction or acquittal. Before that, discharge of the accused can also be made in some circumstances
For more information, you may read this article- https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/articles/fir-under-crpc-8997.asp
Hope this helps
Arun 26 August 2021
One accused with two sections of 206(¡¡) and 506(b) and case is on presenting evidence before Judicial magistrate