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Standing Order No 20 & Amendment to this issued by DGP Maharashtra on FIR issue

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This order and amendment were issued by Director General of Police [DGP] by order from Bombay High Court in case Nos. Cr Writ Petition 112 /2012 and for correction in Cr W. P. 3386/2012.

 

This may be very useful to RTI users where they have always problem in getting FIR

 

 

Best Luck

Standing Order 20 & Correction_DGP_Maharashtra.pdf

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