Growing trend of filing petitions against police when case is registered: Madras High Court imposes ₹25K costs

The Court noted that in many cases, relatives of accused persons were sending representations to higher officials, and filing petitions seeking action against police authorities.
Justice SM Subramaniam
Justice SM Subramaniam

The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court recently lamented the growing trend of petitions being filed against police officials whenever a criminal case was registered [Amutha v. The Additional Principal Secretary].

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