• Governance - In matters of governance, a higher official takes responsibility not because he was standing there at the spot directly ordering arrest of a person but as a person in over all control, he failed to exercise adequate care and supervision that had caused the derailing of justice - It cannot be a situation of no one being responsible for falsely prosecuting an innocent man and heaping insults on him - If somebody must take the blame, the Superintendent of Police justly ought to take that blame - He must have had his own head hung in shame for what had happened. (182) PLR

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