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is kakar (Mr.)     02 July 2013

Threats to appellant, remedies and application?

In a Criminal Appeal before the High Court, where the respondent is now threatning the appellant that he will kidnap the appellants grandchildren and cause him and his family physical harm if he continues with such Appeal:-

1. What are the remedies available except sections 156 and 200 CrPC?

2. Can the appellant file an application regarding the said threats in the said Appeal itself? If so, under what provisions and asking  for which reliefs?

3. Is the court likely to grant such reliefs, or is lodging an FIR a better bet?

I shall be very grateful for responses on an urgent basis. Thank you!


 3 Replies

Chenoy Ceil (Advocate)     02 July 2013

Well, FIR is definitely the best bet but you can also file an application for police protection and input the details of your current situtaion in your appeal itself with request for police protection. However, to show your bonafides, I think it is best to file an FIR immediately and therafter seek other remedies.

Chetan Joshi (Advisory/Advocacy)     02 July 2013

Lodge an FIR and invoke inherent powers of the high court.






subrata chandra polle (advocate)     02 July 2013

kindly inform me (1.) the status of appellant and respondent.(2.) whether  the said appeal is against conviction or acqittal? Unless those informations are supplied no positive answers can be given.Law never stand on vaccume.

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