CrPC S. 319 –
Q.1 What is the stage at which power u/s 319 Code of Criminal Procedure can be exercised?
Q. III Whether the word “evidence” used in Section 319(1) Code of Criminal Procedure has been used in a comprehensive sense and includes the evidence collected during investigation or the word “evidence” is limited to the evidence recorded during trial?
Question No. II
Q. II Whether the word “evidence” used in Section 319(1) Code of Criminal Procedure could only mean evidence tested by cross-examination or the court can exercise the power under the said provision even on the basis of the statement made in the examination-in-chief of the witness concerned?
Question No. IV
Q. IV What is the nature of the satisfaction required to invoke the power u/s 319 Code of Criminal Procedure to arraign an accused? Whether the power u/s 319(1) Code of Criminal Procedure can be exercised only if the court is satisfied that the accused summoned will in all likelihood be convicted?
Question No. V
Q. V Does the power u/s 319 Code of Criminal Procedure extend to persons not named in the FIR or named in the FIR but not charge-sheeted or who have been discharged?