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HIDAYATHULLA KHAN (Business)     11 June 2010

N.C.R

AN N.C.R WAS REGISTERED BUT THE POLICE HAS NOT TAKEN ANY STEP TO INVESTIGATE AND ALMOST A YEAR HAS PASSED IS THAT N.C.R STILL VALID OR I SHOULD REGISTER A NEW CASE



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Jaylal Jaisingh Bisukarma @ B. (LAWYER /ADVOCATE)     12 June 2010

1. N.C.R i.e. Non-Cognizable Report..The law of land has classifed criminal offences as non cognizable and cognizable. So far N.C.R as defined under Cr.P.C. is non cognizable offence, which means the police cannot take cognizance or action if NCR is made. 2. As it is understood that police are not bound to investigate if there is a NCR.. Hence the next option available is to file private complaint before the magistrate on the basis of N.C.R report. 3. Hence there is no need to file another N.C.R. even if another NCR is reported then also police are barred by law to take cognizance.

Arvind Singh Chauhan (advocate)     12 June 2010

Police is not bound to investigate. You can file private complaint in court or paray to court to order for investigatition in NCR.

Ziaur Rahman ( Practice)     26 March 2017

File a complaint case u/s 200Cr.PC for the non cognizable offences. You will have to fight the case at your own cost by engaging Advocate. State will not provide you any lawyer.


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