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Where a substantive offence is committed by a person the proper procedure is to institute regular prosecutions against him and not to start proceedings u/s 107. This was held in which of the following case?
Jib LalGir v. JogmohanGir, (1899) 26 Cal 576
C.V. KrishnappaShetty v. Karnatka 1979 Cr. LJ (NOC) 184.
Amit Pal Singh v. Anil Kumar Mishra, 1978 Cr LJ 1066
BrijGpalChaturvedi v Sateo/M.P. 1997 SCC Cr LJ 569.
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