CrPC does not distinguish between ordinary citizens and persons holding superior religious or political positions: Kerala High Court

The Court made the observation while petitions moved by Cardinal Mar George Alencherry, major archbishop of Syro-Malabar Church, in connection with the 2018 church land scam in which he is the prime accused.
Code of Criminal Procedure
Code of Criminal Procedure

The Kerala High Court recently observed that the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure does not distinguish between ordinary citizens and persons holding superior positions in religious, political or social spheres [Cardinal Mar George Alencherry v Joshi Varghese & Ors.].

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