Charge sheet not submitted after several written reminders.

23-Mar-2023 (In Criminal Law)
FIRUnder sec 307,323,498a506,504.made but after 1yr 4 months no charge sheet submitted by I.O.after several written reminders to SP, IGP, no actiin taken agaist accused got bail from high court i m visitin SP offics every alternate day to remind submissio ov chargesheet
Answers (4)

Answer #1
592 votes
As you said that n: FIRUnder sec 307,323,498a506,504.many more things likely to be known.the main thing that FIR no.not cleared. whether the case is really running r you were misguided by someone not cleared. A private consultation required.
Answer #2
826 votes
Hi... may be your opposite party is know how to maintain police and you can do one thing write one complaint against concerned police office and give the same to police commissioner and Dig.
Thank you
Answer #3
510 votes
In your case the period for filing charge sheet is 90 days, because of to collect some documents or certificates from concern authority which relates relates to your case the police might have not filled charge sheet, but you may approach and give representation to sp, then he will ask reasons for delay and intimate you or they may file charge sheet
Answer #4
758 votes
Dear Sir or Madam,
as per your query the allegations against the accused is very serious in nature and police are t duty bound to conduct fair investigation, if you felt that they intentionally drag on the case to help accused, you can filed an application before concern magistrate for fair investigation and also you can file a petition before High court to direct police for fair ans speedy investigation.

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