This judgment from hon’ble Supreme Court, held that the High Court cannot direct the police not to arrest the petitioners during the pendency of the investigation just because they pleaded to be innocents, especially when it held that it is not inclined to interfere on the ground that it was not appropriate to stay the investigation of the case.
The State Of Telangana Vs Habib Abdullah Jeelani & Ors on 6 January, 2017
It is a well-settled proposition of law what cannot be done directly, cannot be done indirectly.
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