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Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar (Nil)     10 June 2009

Revision against order u/s 156 (3)

Order of investigation passed under section 156(3) CrPC can not be challenged in Revision or proceeding under section 482 CrPc by propsective accused.
CRIMINAL REVISION No. 63 of 2002 Judgment/Order Dated - 30/1/2009 at Allahabad.
 Ram Dhani  Vs. State Of U.P. & Others
Do you agree with above view ?



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SHEKHAR MISHRA (public servant)     10 June 2009

yes   because   this  is   an    interlocutory    order   against    which  a    revision   is  barred  u/s  397( 2)  of   Cr.p.c., 1973 .

Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     31 August 2009

tripathi ji,there r so many views some time it   is   an    interlocutory dn mr. shekhar is right,& of course there r some rulings i have read in past to allow revision.


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Go through the judgment delivered in the case of

Vanshu Son Of Shiv Varan vs The State Of U.P. on 30 May, 2007
Equivalent citations: 2007 CriLJ 4677
 
Both the applicant and accused, who has preferred the application u/s 156 (3) if his application is dismissed and against whom the orders of issuance of process are passed can challenge the same in revision.
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