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tirthi   19 December 2016

Is it a right of victim to ask police copy of chargesheet?

When i asked IO of my case to provide a copy of chargesheet, he denied. And said you can get it from court. As i am the victim in this case , i must be provided copy of chargsheet by police.


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adv.bharat @ PUNE (Lawyer)     19 December 2016

Yes it is your right to get the copy.

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tirthi   19 December 2016

Thank you Sir.

tirthi   19 December 2016

Thank you Sir.

Ms.Usha Kapoor (CEO)     20 December 2016

Yes!You are within your rights  to claim a copy of chargesheet.If you appreciate this answer plese give me all my profile likes.

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P. Venu (Advocate)     20 December 2016

You can as well seek the document under RTI.

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tirthi   20 December 2016

Thanks to all for the valuable replies.

tirthi   21 December 2016

Does police provide copy of chargesheet to accused party also?

Ms.Usha Kapoor (CEO)     21 December 2016

Yes!Police are dutybound to provide copies of chargesheet accused also.

tirthi   21 December 2016

But they have not provided me the complainant copy of chargesheet. Asked me to go to court. completely unfair to me. :(

tirthi   21 December 2016

Isn't police duty-bound to provide copy of chargesheet to complainant? Is it against law?

tirthi   21 December 2016

Isn't police duty-bound to provide copy of chargesheet to complainant? Is it against law?

Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     01 January 2017

I disagree with other views.

 

IO is right.

 

You can get the copy from court and if necessary engage your own lawyer.

tirthi   01 January 2017

IO is not right. IO is wrong for not doing proper investigation and harrasing me.

Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     01 January 2017

If the IO is right [as per your view] the file writ mandamus in high court and then in High Court after spending a wadful of currency  you will understnd that :-

 

  1. IO is under obligation to give copy of c/s to accused.
  2. You are not accused.

 

Then you will get the copy from court,  By that time the trial would be over.

Choice is yours.


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