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The Pow er Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 ( 3) Of Cr.P.C The Pow er Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 ( 3) Of Cr.P.C
The information under section 154 of Cr.P.C is generally known as F.I.R. It is pertinent to see that the word '' first'' is not used in Cr.P.C in section 154 of Cr.P.C. Yet, it is popularly known as FIRST INFORMATION REPORT. Nevertheless a person,who is a grievance that police officer is not registering FIR under section 154 of Cr.P.C, such a person can approach Superintendent of Police (SP), with written application, under sub-section 3 of section 154 of Cr.P.C. In case of SP also does not still register FIR, or despite FIR is registered, no proper investigation is done, in such a case, the aggrieved person can approach Magistrate concerned under section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C. If that be so, it is very essential and interest to know the powers conferred on Magistrate under section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C. Therefore, I deem that it is very useful if it is discussed with relevant case law as to the powers of Magistrate under section of 156 (3) of Cr.P.C. Section 156(3) is very briefly worded. The powers of Magistrate are not expressly mentioned in section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C. If that be so, a paucity will be crept mind that whether there is an implied power in the Magistrate under Section 156(3) Cr.P.C. to order registration of a criminal offence and /or to direct the officer in charge of the concerned police station to hold a proper investigation and take all such necessary steps that may be necessary for ensuring a proper investigation including monitoring the same or not. That too, an aggrieved person has right to claim that the offence he alleges be investigated properly. However, The Hon'ble Supreme Court held in CBI & another vs. Rajesh Gandhi and another 1997 Cr.L.J 63 (vide para 8) that no one can insist that an offence be investigated by a particular agency. THE CLASSIFICATION OF MAGISTRATES: Before discussing the powers of Magistrate under section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C, it is necessary to understand the categories of Magistrates in our country. The classification of Magistrates is given in the Code of Criminal Procedure,1973. It stipulates that in each sessions district, there shall be
Executive Magistrates Judicial Magistrate of Second Class Judicial Magistrate of First Class; and The Chief Judicial Magistrate
Inasmuch as section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C says that '' Any Magistrate empowered under section 190 may order such an investigation as above mentioned''., we must understand section 190 of Cr.P.C. Let us see the relevant case law in order to know the power of Magistrate under section 156 (3) of Criminal Procedure Code,1973. - It has been held by The Hon'ble Apex Court in CBI & another vs. Rajesh Gandhi and another 1997 Cr.L.J 63 (vide para 8) that ''no one can insist that an offence be investigated by a particular agency''. This view was agreed in Sakiri Vasu vs State Of U.P. And Others . - In Sakiri Vasu vs State Of U.P. And Others, it was further held that if a person has a grievance that the police station is not registering his FIR under Section 154 Cr.P.C., then he can approach the Superintendent of Police under Section 154(3) Cr.P.C. by an application in
C.R. and it includes the power to order registration of an F. It was also observed in Sakiri Vasu vs State Of U.It was further held that ''Section 156(3) Cr. A. and can monitor the same. and of ordering a proper investigation if the Magistrate is satisfied that a proper investigation has not been http://www. There is nothing illegal in doing so. can order investigation under Section 156(3) of the Code. and does not affect the power of the investigating officer to further investigate the case even after submission of his report vide Section 173(8). If such an application under Section 156 (3) is filed before the Magistrate. State of Delhi JT 1 (vide para 17). vide State of Bihar vs. Afaq Jahan & Anr.P.P. .Section 156(3) provides for a check by the Magistrate on the police performing its duties under Chapter XII Cr..The Power Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) Of Cr. The Magistrate can also under the same provision monitor the investigation to ensure a proper investigation.The same view was taken by this Court in Dilawar Singh vs. If he does so. Even if that does not yield any satisfactory result in the sense that either the FIR is still not registered. before taking cognizance of the offence. . After all registration of an FIR involves only the process of entering the substance of the information relating to the commission of the cognizable offence in a book kept by the officer in charge of the police station as indicated in Section 154 of the Code. The words `as above mentioned obviously refer to Section 156 (1).Section 156 (3) states: Any Magistrate empowered under Section 190 may order such an investigation as above mentioned. . For the purpose of enabling the police to start investigation it is open to the Magistrate to direct the police to register an FIR.P. he can issue a direction to the police to do the investigation properly.C.C Page 2 of 12 writing.C. .I.C. is wide enough to include all such powers in a Magistrate which are necessary for ensuring a proper investigation. and if the Magistrate is satisfied he can order a proper investigation and take other suitable steps and pass such order orders as he thinks necessary for ensuring a proper investigation. it is the duty of the officer in charge of the police station to register the FIR regarding the cognizable offence disclosed by the complaint because that police officer could take further steps contemplated in Chapter XII of the Code only thereafter.P. Thus in Mohd. JT 2006(1) SC 10. no proper investigation was made. In cases where the Magistrate finds that the police has not done its duty of investigating the case at all. .P. in a case where.php?article=1438& print=Y 03-10-2012 . before the learned Magistrate concerned. or is actually making the investigation. which the aggrieved person feels is not proper. Smt.airwebworld. The power in the Magistrate to order further investigation under Section 156(3) is an independent power. And Others that even if an FIR has been registered and even if the police has made the investigation. Even if a Magistrate does not say in so many words while directing investigating under Section 156(3) of the Code that an FIR should be registered. which contemplates investigation by the officer in charge of the Police Station. it is open to the aggrieved person to file an application under Section 156 (3) Cr.P.P. according to the aggrieved person. All these powers a Magistrate enjoys under Section 156(3) Cr. Saldanna2. he is not to examine the complainant on oath because he was not taking cognizance of any offence therein.C. or that even after registering it no proper investigation is held.com/articles/index.C. or has not done it satisfactorily. such a person can approach the Magistrate under Section 156(3) Cr. Yousuf vs. this Court observed: The clear position therefore is that any judicial Magistrate. the Magistrate can direct the FIR to be registered and also can direct a proper investigation to be made. Hence the Magistrate can order re-opening of the investigation even after the police submits the final report.
even without special mention. he rushes to the High Court to file a writ petition or a petition under Section 482 Cr.P.P. J.C.P. there is impliedly included in the grant. Peerless General Finance and Investment Company Ltd AIR 1996 SC 646 (at p. In ascertaining a necessary implication. 432).The Hon'ble Supreme Court has affirmed the doctrine of implied powers are Union of India vs.it was further that ''If a person has a grievance that his FIR has not been registered by the police station his first remedy is to approach the Superintendent of Police under Section 154 (3) Cr. is very wide and it will include all such incidental powers as are necessary for ensuring a proper investigation''. Mohammad Kunhi.P. page 267):If these details could not be inserted by implication.C. and relegate the petitioner to his alternating remedy..C. Govind Singh Rawat.C.K. And it was held that they are implied in the above provision. though briefly worded. And Others. in Sakiri Vasu vs State Of U.P. 656).C. Cannanore vs. it was further held that when someone has a grievance that his FIR has not been registered at the police station and/or a proper investigation is not being done by the police. AIR 1969 SC 430. Paras Laminates AIR 1991 SC 696.P. .C.In Savitri vs. when any power is expressly granted by the statute.The Power Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) Of Cr.P. Section 156(3) Cr. If despite approaching the Superintendent of Police or the officer referred to in Section 36 his grievance still persists. As Crawford observes in his Statutory Construction (3rd edn. to grant maintenance to the wife implies the power to grant interim maintenance during the pendency of the proceeding.. State of Karnataka vs. And further held that the High Court should not encourage this practice and should ordinarily refuse to interfere in such matters. .It was further held that '' It is wellsettled that when a power is given to an authority to do something it includes such incidental or implied powers which would ensure the proper doing of that thing. or is not being done by the police. AIR 1996 SC 3527. vs. before the concerned police officers. and ITO. Thus where an Act confers jurisdiction it impliedly also grants the power of doing all such acts or employ such means as are essentially necessary to its execution''. etc.P. in our opinion.It was further held that '' The reason for the rule (doctrine of implied power) is quite apparent. the Court simply determines the legislative will and makes it effective. Moreover he has a further remedy of filing a criminal complaint under Section 200 Cr.C. or other police officer referred to in Section 36 Cr. Synthetics Ltd. the drafting of legislation would be an indeterminable process and the legislative intent would likely be defeated by a most insignificant omission . Even though these powers have not been expressly mentioned in Section 156(3) Cr. Savitri vs.P.P. Collector of Central Excise. .P.P.P. to order registration of a criminal offence and /or to direct the officer in charge of the concerned police station to hold a proper investigation and take all such necessary steps that may be necessary for ensuring a proper investigation including monitoring the same. Reserve Bank of India vs. the Hon'ble Supreme Court held that although Section 156(3) is very briefly worded.C. instead of rushing to the High Court by way of a writ petition or a petition under Section 482 Cr. Why then should writ petitions or Section 482 petitions be entertained when there are so many alternative http://www. M.C. Govind Singh Rawat 3 the Hon'ble Supreme Court held that the power conferred on the Magistrate under Section 125Cr. then he can approach a Magistrate under Section 156(3) Cr. And Others. What is necessarily implied is as much part of the statute as if it were specifically written therein''. Vishwabharati House Building Co-op Society 2003 (2) SCC 412 (at p. -In Sakiri Vasu vs State Of U. Many matters of minor details are omitted from legislation. by approaching the concerned Magistrate under Section 156(3).C.C. Haji Daud Haji Harun Abu 1996 (11) SCC 23.airwebworld. In other words. otherwise she may starve during this period. and if that is of no avail. there is an implied power in the Magistrate under Section 156(3) Cr. every power and every control the denial of which would render the grant itself ineffective.P. firstly under Section 154(3) and Section 36 Cr.K. .php?article=1438& print=Y 03-10-2012 .com/articles/index.C Page 3 of 12 done. Chief Executive Officer & Vice Chairman Gujarat Maritime Board vs. On observing the above rulings.
or after being registered. however.. it has been observed by The Hon'ble Apex Court that a Magistrate cannot interfere with the investigation by the police. -Nareshbhai Manibhai Patel vs State Of Gujarat And Ors 4 . he can certainly direct the officer in charge of the police station to make a proper investigation and can further monitor the same (though he should not himself investigate). and not by filing a writ petition or a petition under Section 482 Cr. the High Court was justified in rejecting the prayer for a CBI inquiry. Mathura and also two Courts of Inquiry held by the Army authorities and they found that it was a case of suicide.P.In Sakiri Vasu vs State Of U. and if that is of no avail. A CBI inquiry cannot be ordered as a matter of routine or merely because the party makes some allegation. the State Government is competent to direct the Inspector General.php?article=1438& print=Y 03-10-2012 .In CBI vs. as is prayed for by the revisioner.I.I. to conduct an enquiry. State of Rajasthan and another 2001 (3) SCC 333. do the investigation vide CBI vs. unfortunate to note that the learned Magistrate proceeded under http://www. proper investigation has not been done by the police.P. S.P. before the Magistrate or by filing a criminal complaint under Section 200 Cr. but it is equally well settled that if there is an alternative remedy the High Court should not ordinarily interfere.C. The High Court should discourage the practice of filing a writ petition or petition under Section 482 Cr. the remedy lies under Sections 36 and 154(3) before the concerned police officers.P. It is true that alternative remedy is not an absolute bar to a writ petition.airwebworld. while exercising revisional powers this Court would not be competent to order an investigation through C. State of Rajasthan and another 2001 (3) SCC 333 (vide para 11). the Hon'ble Supreme Court held that '' the Magistrate cannot order investigation by the CBI''. Therefore.. under Section 156(3) Cr.In this ruling. the ratio of this decision would only apply when a proper investigation is being done by the police. And Others . Saldanna .P. the Hon'ble Apex Court observed that although the High Court has power to order a CBI inquiry.R. If the Magistrate on an application under Section 156(3) Cr. in our opinion.com/articles/index. Prakash P.. a Magistrate cannot direct C.It may be further mentioned that in view of Section 36 Cr.'' . However.B.C. Hence. Vigilance to take over the investigation of a cognizable offence registered at a police station vide State of Bihar vs.C Page 4 of 12 remedies?'' . such aggrieved person can approach the Superintendent of Police or other police officer superior in rank to the officer-in-charge of the police station and such superior officer can. Sahngoo Ram Arya and another 2002 (5) SCC 521 (vide para 6) . Minor Irrigation & Rural Engineering Services U. if a person is aggrieved that a proper investigation has not been made by the officer-in-charge of the concerned police station.B.I. is satisfied that proper investigation has not been done.In Union of India vs. .P. that power should only be exercised if the High Court after considering the material on record comes to a conclusion that such material discloses prima facie a case calling for investigation by the CBI or by any other similar agency. In Secretary.P. it was held that under Section 156(3) of Cr.And also held that '' the Magistrate has very wide powers to direct registration of an FIR and to ensure a proper investigation. R.P.C.C.P.P. Hinduja and another 2003 (6) SCC 195 (vide para 13). . or is not being done by the officer-in-charge of the concerned police station. Vijaya Laxmi vs K. simply because a person has a grievance that his FIR has not been registered by the police. Also. .C.The Power Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) Of Cr.C. and others vs. The Hon'ble High Court of Andhra pradesh held as '' It is.P. Laxminarayana And Ors 5. A. A Court white exercising revisional powers put itself into the position of the Court passing the impugned order and then examines the question and revises the order if need be. Kapur vs. in our opinion. or C.C. if he so wishes.P. For this grievance.D.P. it was held that there was an investigation by the G.C. Singh AIR 1961 SC 1117 etc. and for this purpose he can monitor the investigation to ensure that the investigation is done properly (though he cannot investigate himself). K.
-The Hon'ble High Court of Madhya Pradesh observed that the judgment of the Apex Court in the case of Suresh Chand Jain v. While exercising his discretion.C Page 5 of 12 Section 156(3). Cr. Therefore. 156(3).C. 1 i. -In Polavarapu Jagadiswararao v. 202.P. ignoring the provisions under Section 198. If on a reading of the complaint he finds that the allegations therein disclose a cognizable offence and the forwarding of the complaint to the police for investigation under S. on receipt of a complaint under S. who would be required to go through the ordeal of almost a fresh trial after almost eleven years''.The Power Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) Of Cr.e. In the light of this provision. Cr. It is only in case of deciding that the material is not sufficient to take cognizance of the offence he may refer the matter to the police under S.. Cr. 202. 202 and (a) inquire into the case himself or (b) direct investigation by police.airwebworld. This is clear from the use of the words 'may take cognizance' which in the context in which they occur cannot be equated with 'must take cognizance'. contemplates that if the offence is under Section 494.P. Lakshaminarayana v. and other relevant provisions under Cr. or (ii) postpone the issue of process under S. the de facto complainant. I had half a mind to set the clock back and to quash the cognizance taken by the learned Magistrate and direct him to proceed from the stage of the complaint under Section 200.php?article=1438& print=Y 03-10-2012 .P. 190(1)(a) and issue process. the Magistrate scrutinises the complaint. it was held as follows (at page 1365. Cr. in which it is held that in a private complaint the Magistrate has power to direct police for investigation under Section 156(3). At this stage rolling back the proceedings would amount to causing great hardship to the accused. and then arrives at a decision as to whether to take cognizance of the offence under S.P. V. the person aggrieved by the offence committed by accused 1 and 2 is the wife of the accused No. Cr.. for investigation. Thus.P. State of Madhya Pradesh and Anr. 200.C. of Cri LJ) :"It is well settled that when a Magistrate receives a complaint. Section 198 of Cr.P.C. then the Magistrate is prohibited from taking cognizance of such offence.P. before taking cognizance of the offence.C. the discretion under S. The Magistrate can also order police to register the First Information Report and conduct investigation and in such case the Magistrate is not bound to examine the complainant.com/articles/index. 156(3) will be conclusive to justice and save the valuable time to the Magistrate from being wasted in enquiring into a matter which was primarily the duty of the police to investigate. I (2001) CCR 54 (SC) : 2001 (1) Crimes 171 (SC).P. or to refer the case to the police under S.P. This may have grave consequences.C.. if any. But I am not inclined to do so considering the fact that the complaint was lodged as far back as in the year 1989. the Magistrate shall record the sworn statements of the complainant and the witnesses.C. Narayana 7.C. when once the Magistrate after scrutinising the complaint.C. The offence could have been taken cognizance on the complaint filed by the de facto complainant or on the complaint filed by some one on her behalf as contemplated under Section 198(1)(c) of Cr. wherein it is held as follows :"As noted supra.C. 156(3). I. the sworn statement of the complainant and also of those recorded from the witnesses..P. he is not bound to take cognizance if the facts alleged in the complaint. the learned Magistrate ought not to have taken cognizance of the offence on the basis of the chargesheet filed by the police. Kondapaturi Venkateswarlu 6. after comparing the relevant provisions of the 1898 Code and the 1973 Code. Cr. It is also open to the Magistrate to issue or postpone issue of process. took cognizance of the offence on the basis of such police report.P. In this case. 190(1)(a) or to postpone issue of process under S. disclose the commission of an offence.C. he will be justified in adopting that course as an alternative to taking http://www.C. present and (i) may take cognizance of the offence under S. Cr.C.. 156(3) for purposes of investigation.P. if any. The word 'may' gives a discretion to the Magistrate in the matter." -The Hon'ble Supreme Court held in D. in this case and then on filing of the charge-sheet by the police. there is no need to have a resort to S. Cr. lies with the Magistrate either to inquire into the case himself or direct investigation by the police. the sworn statements and other material comes to the conclusion that he can take cognizance of the offence. except on a complaint made by some person aggrieved by the offence.P.
But from the scheme of the Code. The first is exercisable at the precognizance stage. on 25 September. taken by the Magistrate. 190(1)(a). the second at the post-cognizance stage when the Magistrate is in seisin of the case. Broadly speaking. The position under the Code of 1898 with regard to the power of a Magistrate having jurisdiction to send a complaint disclosing a cognizance offence . and the nature of the preliminary action.' Thus the object of an investigation under section 202 is not to initiate a fresh case on police report but to assist the Magistrate in completing proceedings already instituted upon a complaint before him.to the Police for investigation under section 156(3). he shall not make any direction for investigation. such as issuing a search warrant for the purpose of investigation. he. but a rider has been clamped by the 1st Proviso to Section 202(1) that if it appears to the Magistrate that an offence triable exclusively by the Court of Session has been committed. when on receiving a complaint. the content and marginal heading of Section 190 and the caption of Chapter XIV under which Sections 190 to 199 occur. This raises the incidental question : What is meant by 'taking cognizance of an offence' by the Magistrate within the contemplation of Section 190 ? This expression has not been defined in the Code. Masuman W/O Sri Faiz Mohd. an investigation 'for the purpose of deciding whether or not there is sufficient ground for proceeding.C Page 6 of 12 cognizance of the offence.whether or not triable exclusively by the Court of Session .php?article=1438& print=Y 03-10-2012 . In such a situation. vs Smt. 8 on 10 April. he is not competent to switch back to the pre-cognizance stage and avail of Section 156(3). within the limits circumscribed by that section.The Power Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) Of Cr. It may be noted further that an order made under sub-section (3) of Section 156.airwebworld. The two operate in distinct spheres at different stages. That is to say in the case of a complaint regarding the commission of a cognizable offence. it is clear that a case can be said to be instituted in a Court only when the Court takes cognizance of the offence alleged therein. Whether the magistrate has or has not taken cognizance of the offence will depend on the circumstances of the particular case including the mode in which the case is sought to be instituted. Pawan Sharma And Anr. remains unchanged under the Code of 1973. under the caption : 'Information to the Police and their powers to investigation'. But if he once takes such cognizance and embarks upon the procedure embodied in Chapter XV. The ways in which such cognizance can be taken are set out in clauses (a). has also been maintained under the new Code. the Magistrate applies his mind for the purposes of proceeding under section 200 and the succeeding sections in Chapter XV of the Code of 1973 he is said to have taken cognizance of the offence within the meaning of Section 190(1)(a). (b) and (c) of Section 190(1). is in the nature of a peremptory reminder or intimation to the police to exercise their plenary powers of investigation under Section 156 (1). instead of proceeding under Chapter XV. 1973 1. Kamalabai And Anr.com/articles/index. he cannot be said to have taken cognizance of any offence. Such an investigation embraces the entire continuous process which begins with the collection of evidence under Section 156 and ends with a report or chargesheet under section 173. while Section 202 is in Chapter XV which bears the heading 'Of complaints to Magistrate'." Other Relevant case law as to Section 156(3) in The Code Of Criminal Procedure. has in the judicial exercise of his discretion. 156 (3) is different from the power to direct investigation conferred by Section 202(1). vs State Of Uttar Pradesh And Ors.P. Smt. or ordering investigation by the police under section 156(3). 2007 (Madhya Pradesh http://www. the Magistrate is empowered under section 202 to direct. Section 202 comes in at a stage when some evidence has been collected by the Magistrate in proceedings under Chapter XV. On the other hand. 2006 (Allahabad High Court) 2. himself. the power under Section 156(3) can be invoked by the Magistrate before he takes cognizance of the offence under S. but the same is deemed insufficient to take a decision as to the next step in the prescribed procedure. Section 156(3) occurs in Chapter XII. if any. The power to order police investigation under S. taken action of some other kind. If. The distinction between a police investigation ordered under section 156(3) and the one directed under section 202.
W/O.. Chandan Son Of Aanganu vs State Of Uttar Pradesh And Manoj . Harshadbhai C.A.P...Muhammed Fazil . Mr.airwebworld. on 25 November. 2006 (Mumbai High Court) 7.Annamma Alex.... vs The District Superintendent Of . vs The State Of Andhra Pradesh And Ors'' (1993 (1) ALT Cri 106. Rajaram Venkatesh and Ors. 1992 (Andhra High Court) 5. on 3 May. Sree . on 17 October. vs Mariyu.. 2006 (Allahabad High Court) 6.. law students and others who seek information as to this matter. Jitendra Chandrakant Mehta vs Shamrock Impex Pvt..Kamlesh Pathak And Ors. Piravom on 16 July. Ltd. State Of Kerala .php?article=1438& print=Y 03-10-2012 ..The Power Of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) Of Cr. 2008 12. 1993 78 CompCas 28 AP) 8 2007 CriLJ 3539 9 (1986) 1 GLR 643 10 1993 (1) ALT Cri 106 11 2006 CriLJ 3131 http://www. vs The State of Andhra Pradesh 10 and Ors. Patel vs Indravadan P.J. 1 2007 (10) SC 585 2 AIR 1980 SC 326 (para 19) 3 AIR1986 SC 984 4 (2003) 1 GLR 456 5 2000 (2) ALD Cri 184 6 1991 Cri LJ 1419 7It was observed in '' Rajaram Venkatesh And Ors. on 21 September.. Aged 45 Years vs The Ci Of Police. 2008 10.Gopalakrishna Pillai. 1985 (Gujarat High Court) 4. 11 . vs State Of Madhya Pradesh And Anr 12. Annie Jyothis vs State Of Kerala on 23 May. T.Venugopalan Nair vs State of Kerala And Ors on 19 August. 2008 11. K. on 11 June. Joseph vs State Of Kerala on 23 May.com/articles/index.C Page 7 of 12 High Court) 3. on 4 September. Shah And Anr 9.. lawyers. 200 I hope that this article is useful to the judicial officers. 9. 2008 (Kerala High Court) 8... 2008 13.
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