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Following this guide, you will be able to lodge an FIR at any Police Station. Are you a victim of crime? Have you witnessed a crime? Do you have information about something illegal? If your answer to above-asked questions is a big yes, then you can easily file an FIR. In simple words, an FIR is callRead more
Are you a victim of crime? Have you witnessed a crime? Do you have information about something illegal? If your answer to above-asked questions is a big yes, then you can easily file an FIR. In simple words, an FIR is called “First information report”. Here one point should be noted that an FIR can be filed under the section of 154 of Indian criminal procedure code of 1973. Moreover, you don’t need to be in the area of crime when it comes to filing an FIR. But yes, you should try to visit the nearest police station when it comes to filing an FIR. Are you still confused? If yes, then you should check out stated below guideline on how to file an FIR in India.
It is found that most of the individuals assume that FIR can only be filed by the victims. But it is not true. Whether you know about crime or you are a victim, you can always be authorized to file an FIR. So, FIR can be filed by a victim, witness and the one who has information about the crime.
If you are assuming that you may be able to change the FIR details even after submitting it to police, you need to change your mind. Remember, once you submitted an FIR, you aren’t supposed to change it in future. This is the main reason why applicants should confirm everything before signing on an FIR copy at a police station in India. However, it is true that you can’t change a filed FIR, but it is also true that you can add additional information to the same FIR at a later stage.