When sanction is not given for Prevention of Corruption Act case, what happens to trial in IPC offences? Supreme Court asks

The Court made the observation while refusing to discharge a State Bank of India employee accused of forgery from criminal proceedings under the IPC.
Justice BR Gavai  and Justice JB Pardiwala
Justice BR Gavai and Justice JB Pardiwala

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would have to examine in the future the status of trial proceedings for offences under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in cases where no sanction for prosecution is given for offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act (PC Act). [A Sreenivasa Reddy v. Rakesh Sharma and anr]

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