Not necessary for FIR to be registered immediately for investigation to be valid: Karnataka High Court

The Court also said that mistakes or infractions in an investigation procedure by themselves do not result in a violation of Article 21 of the Constitution.
High Court of Karnataka
High Court of Karnataka

The Karnataka High Court recently held that it is not necessary for a first information report (FIR) to be registered immediately after receiving information about a cognizable offence, for the investigation to be valid [Iqbal Ahmed v. CBI SCB].

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