Quashing of Matters which are purely Civil Nature and mostly are related to land or money are given the color of criminality, only for the purpose of exerting extra judicial pressure on the party concerned which is nothing but abuse of process of the court- Such matters are liable to be quashed.

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Default bail – Without completing investigation of case, chargesheet or prosecution complaint cannot be filed by investigating agency.

Default bail-Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 167(2) - Constitution of India, 1950 Article 21 - Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, Sections 7, 12 and 13(2) - Indian Penal Code, 1860, Sections 120(B) and 420 - Default Bail - Can a chargesheet or a prosecution complaint be filed in piecemeal without first completing the investigation of the case? - Without completing investigation of case, chargesheet or prosecution complaint cannot be filed by investigating agency only to deprive arrested accused of his right to default bail under section 167(2) of the CrPC, 1973 - Held, Supplementary Charge-sheets filed during pendency of investigation just before expiry of 60 days just to scuttle right to Default Bail accrued in favour of Accused - Trial Court mechanically accepting incomplete Charge-sheets and remanding Accused beyond stipulated period - Investigating Agency - Trial Court failed to observe mandate of law and acted in manifestly arbitrary manner and in violation of Fundamental Rights guaranteed to Accused - Interim Order of Bail made absolute.

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