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Constitution of India
Article 227-Criminal Procedure Code, 1973-Section 482-Extra-ordinary jurisdiction-exercise of
Article 227-Criminal Procedure Code, 1973-Section 482-Extra-ordinary jurisdiction-exercise of
The points raised by the petitioners can be considered by the trial Court during trial or at the notice stage - The points raised by the petitioners can be considered by the trial Court during trial or at the notice stage and as such, there is no occasion for this Court to exercise the extraordinary jurisdiction vested in it-the question raised by the petitioners in regard to non-compliance of the report of the public analyst or non-compliance of the provisions of Section 34 of the Act in regard to the fact as who was Incharge of the business of the company are questions of fact which are firstly to be considered and decided by the trial Court.
Jayeshkumar & others vs. The State of H.P. and another, Himachal Pradesh High Court, 2008 (2) Drugs Cases (DC) 337

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