I fear I'm unable to follow suit.
In the case of Torts, a favourable decision by the Court is necessary to institute a Suit.
But in criminal cases, acquittal is not necessary to prosecute the Complainant ( in this case, the Station House Officer ).
What ideally weighs with a Court is whether an offence is done.
Perjury is not attracted because Complaint was made outside the Court.
I don't think an SHO is a public servant and therefore sanction is, I think, unnecessary.
This's a typical Reply and I'm ready to face vulgar words and sweeping remarks.
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A Member is not supposed to interact by way of a query and I've never attempted to do so.
I'm a Member, not an Expert.