In working out a mutually satisfactory disposition under clause (a) of sub-section (4) of section 265B, the Court shall follow the following procedure, namely:—

(a) in a case instituted on a police report, the Court shall issue notice to the Public Prosecutor, the police
officer who has investigated the case, the accused and the victim of the case to participate in the meeting to
work out a satisfactory disposition of the case:

Provided that throughout such process of working out a satisfactory disposition of the case, it shall be the
duty of the Court to ensure that the entire process is completed voluntarily by the parties participating in the
meeting:

Provided further that the accused, if he so desires, may participate in such meeting with his pleader, if any,
engaged in the case;

(b) in a case instituted otherwise than on police report, the Court shall issue notice to the accused and the
victim of the case to participate in a meeting to work out a satisfactory disposition of the case:

Provided that it shall be the duty of the Court to ensure, throughout such process of working out a satisfactory disposition of the case, that it is completed voluntarily by the parties participating in the meeting:

Provided further that if the victim of the case or the accused, as the case may be, so desires, he may participate in such meeting with his pleader engaged in the case.

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