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Report No. 142

7.5. Pressures from prosecuting agencies may result in convictions of the innocents.-

One of the fears expressed is as regards the likelihood of pressure being exercised by the prosecuting agencies and even innocent persons yielding to such pressures. This fear can be allayed if a judicial officer explains the implications, and satisfies himself in the absence of any police officer that no coercion is exercised by the police and if the application is made at the initiative of the accused himself as is being provided in the scheme being evolved by us.

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