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A’ forges a document and thereafter institutes a suit against ‘B’, on the strength of the forged document. ‘B’ appears in the suit. On realizing that the document is forged, ‘B’ lodges prosecution against ‘A’ for forgery. ‘A’ assails the prosecution on the ground that the interdict contained in Section 195 of Cr. P.C. comes into play and cognizance of the offence could not have been taken except on the complaint in writing of the Court or by the Officer authorized by that court, before which the document was tendered. Whether the objection raised by ‘A’ is legally tenable? (5 Marks)
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