Criminal Revision No. : 209/2018 vs Sh. Rajbir Singh

Excerpt: .Ld. MM had discharged respondents herein on the grounds that the vague allegations do not make out a prima facie case for offence under Section 498A IPC. One has to appreciate that for this offence there has to be concrete allegation thereby showing that there had been consistent and continuous cruelty inflicted upon the complainant by … Continue reading Criminal Revision No. : 209/2018 vs Sh. Rajbir Singh

The State Of Maharashtra vs Ashok @ Ramchandra Bhikaji & Ors

Excerpt: In this case, there is not even an attempt by the prosecution to explain the delay. It appears that PW-1 had no problems living alone with her parents but when PW-1 heard from her father that accused no.1 has married accused no.5 (which again has not proved), PW-1 decided to teach accused no.1 a … Continue reading The State Of Maharashtra vs Ashok @ Ramchandra Bhikaji & Ors

Smt. Sheerisha vs The State Of Karnataka on 28 August, 2019

Excerpt: the cruelty for the purpose of the said section has been clearly described. A plain reading of the penal provision shows that alleged cruelty must drive the women to commit suicide or cause danger to life, limb or health. It is submitted at the bar by the learned advocate for the parties that since … Continue reading Smt. Sheerisha vs The State Of Karnataka on 28 August, 2019

Mohammed Osman Khazi, vs The State Of Telangana

Excerpt: In the said bail order, there is no condition that the petitioner shall not leave the country. Furthermore, when the petitioner intends to go to Canada to resume his employment, pendency of the subject Criminal Case should not come in his way in eking out his livelihood. There is also no denial about the … Continue reading Mohammed Osman Khazi, vs The State Of Telangana

Isham Lal And Others vs State Of Chhattisgarh

Excerpt: Chattisgarh High Court Isham Lal And Others vs State Of Chhattisgarh 3 ... on 5 March, 2020 1 NAFR HIGH COURT OF CHHATTISGARH, BILASPUR Judgment reserved on : 16/01/2020 Judgment delivered on : 05/03/2020 CRA No. 241 of 2003 1. Ishamlal, son of Ishwar Lal Sahu, aged about 44 years, 2. Smt. Sarita Bai, … Continue reading Isham Lal And Others vs State Of Chhattisgarh