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Can a petitioner file a petition under section 482 of CrPc in the supreme court of india? Does supreme court hear petitions u/s 482 of CrPc .

Can a petitioner file a petition u/s 482 in supreme court ?
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Criminal Law
Posted on 30th Jan, 2019
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Advocate Sreejith
Answered on 17th Mar, 2019
One Word Answer is NO. Section 482 of CrPC (Saving of inherent powers of High Court) provides inherent and unlimited power to Hon'ble High Courts to secure ends of justice. One can approach Supreme Court by way of SLP if High Court dismisses the application under section 482 of CrPC.
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