Madras High Court restrains Special Public Prosecutor from functioning for allegedly enabling NDPS accused to get default bail
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Madras High Court restrains Special Public Prosecutor from functioning for allegedly enabling NDPS accused to get default bail

Despite repeated warnings by the Court, it was found that the SPP had filed delayed final reports in at least 43 NDPS cases, leading to the accused being let off on statutory bail.

The Madras High Court, on Tuesday, passed an interim order restraining Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) P Seetharaman from functioning in the said capacity, on finding that he had delayed the filing of final reports in at least 43 NDPS/ drug cases, thereby enabling the release of the accused on statutory bail.

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