Permission to conduct prosecution

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Any Magistrate inquiring into or trying anycase may permit the prosecution to be, conducted by any, person other than an officer ofPolice below the rank to be prescribed by the Provincial Government in this behalf

Power to stop proceeding when no complaint:

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In any case instituted otherwise than upon complaint, a Magistrate of the First Class, or with the previous-sanction of the Sessions Judge, any other Magistrate may for reasons to be recorded by him, stop the

Police to report apprehensions:

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To report apprehensions to the police, you can follow these general steps: Remember, the precise procedures for reporting apprehensions may vary depending on your location and local law enforcement practices. It’s always advisable to consult