Where there is sufficient evidence against the accused, which may establish the charge against him/her, the proceedings cannot be quashed.

It is of course a settled legal proposition that in a case where there is sufficient evidence against the accused, which may establish the charge against him/her, the proceedings cannot be quashed. In Medchl Chemicals & Pharma Ltd. v. Biological E. Ltd. and Ors. AIR 2000 SC 1869 this Court observed that a criminal complaint… Read More Where there is sufficient evidence against the accused, which may establish the charge against him/her, the proceedings cannot be quashed.