Cr.P.C. (2 of 1974), S.301,  S.24 - Role of Public Prosecutor - Certain criminal offences destroy the social fabric - Every citizen gets involved in a way to respond to it; and that is why the power is conferred on the Public Prosecutor and the real duty is cast on him/her - He/she has to act with responsibility - He/she is not to be totally guided by the instructions of the Government but is required to assist the Court; and the Court is duty bound to see the precedents and pass appropriate orders. (2018)2 SCeJ 1519



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