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Sumit Shukla (none)     07 May 2014

Multiple firs of 420 467 468 471 so multiple cases?

hello all , i am following this forum for more than 5 years , unfortunately today i have a situation 

My Father have been booked under sections of 420 467 468 471 , case is registered for fraud and forgery of amount of 1.5 crore rs. 

he have been in police custody for a long time but not yet produced in the courts

now i believe 2 more FIRs have been registered under 420,467,468 and i believe 120B (these FIRs are registered in state where actually everything happened , though the first FIR Under which he have been booked is other state - which is actually a lame story.


at this point my main question is , IF all forgeries happened at one place only (related to govt. reciepts) , 420/cheating is complained by 2 different people in different states.

How many cases will be registered ? 2 different cases in different states or multiple cases depending on number of FIRs (not more than 3).

police will give same chalan/chargesheet in court depending on FIR?

i wanted to write the all case in detail , but i am little feared as the people who are filling all these are too dangerous.


P.S. they have mentioned Threats to kill/murder .. but i think no section have been added in the FIR


thanks in advance


 4 Replies

Sumit Shukla (none)     07 May 2014

how does someone posts anonymously? maybe it was mentioned in the posts but i am too nervous ,


can i put this question to query also , i will post it there also as i never posted here anything before just surfed answers to other people's questions

Seetharamreddy Kancharla (Student)     07 May 2014

You have to write down what was happened actually in the case then only a person will give some advise only. With out sending any information nobody canot give good advice. It is a bank related case or other finance scam.

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     09 May 2014

Repeated query, your query was properly addressed by many experts in the experts column, for opinions, you may visit the experts section of this portal.

Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     11 May 2014


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