Mere apprehension of threat to life not sufficient ground to transfer criminal case: Supreme Court

The Court noted that no complaint with regard to such apprehension was lodged by the petitioner, and therefore, he could not seek transfer of the case.
Mere apprehension of threat to life not sufficient ground to transfer criminal case: Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently held that mere apprehension of threat to life, without lodging a complaint or substantiating the same, is not a sufficient ground to transfer a case (Dinesh Mahajan v. Vishal Mahajan).

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