1. Whether the High Court can quash criminal proceedings against an accused depends on the facts of each case.
2. However, in Shiksha Educational Trust v. State of U.P., 2021 SCC OnLine All 450, decided on 2-07-2021, in a cheque dishonour matter, the Allahabad High Court refused to quash proceedings instituted under section 138 N.I.Act and instead levied a cost of Rs. 50,000/- on the accused.
3. Therefore, a petition instituted under section 482 CrPC for quashing of criminal proceedings must not be instituted as an after thought but on very strong grounds.
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