Peculiar case of magistrate rejecting Discharge under 239 CrPC even after the parties have settled the dispute, just because 498A IPC is Non-Compoundable !!! This is in Calcutta. Hon’ble High Court of Calcutta stepped in and discharged the accused under 239 CrPC.
Soukalin Ghosh & Ors Vs State Of West Bengal & Anr on 28 June, 2018
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