Reading Black as Orange: Supreme Court of India on Section 173(4) of CrPC
Can the Supreme Court of India get the bare text of a provision wrong? To err is human, but when the judges of the top court in our country go wrong with something as basic as the words of a statute, it definitely cannot be overlooked as a mere error. It is one thing to interpret the provisions of a law and another to conjure up something in place of the black letters of law. No constitutional lens empowers a judge to read black as orange.
Batra, Nanditta, "Reading Black as Orange: Supreme Court of India on Section 173(4) of CrPC" (2023). Popular Media. 38.