Madan Singh vs State Of Rajasthan on 18 November, 2017

HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE FOR RAJASTHAN

AT JODHPUR

D.B. Criminal Appeal No. 268 / 1991

Madan Singh S/o Sh. Dina Ram, By caste Jat, Resident of Ladoli,
Tehsil Parvatsar, Police Station Parvatsar, District Nagaur.

—-Appellant

Versus

State of Rajasthan

—-Respondent

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For Appellant(s) : Mr. H.S. Sandhu.

For Respondent(s) : Mr. Vishnu Kachhawaha, PP.
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HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE GOPAL KRISHAN VYAS

HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE MANOJ KUMAR GARG

JUDGMENT

Per Hon’ble Mr. G.K. Vyas, J.

Date of Judgment: 18th November, 2017

The instant criminal appeal has been filed by accused

appellant- Madan Singh under Section 374 (2) Cr.P.C. against the

judgment dated 7th of August, 1991 passed by learned Sessions

Judge, Merta in Session Case No.37/1989, whereby the accused

appellant was convicted for offence under Sections 302 and 201

and following sentence was passed against him:

(2 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

302 of IPC: Imprisonment for life along with
fine of Rs.50/- with default
stipulation to further undergo
seven days’ additional
imprisonment.

201 of IPC: Four Years’ Rigorous
Imprisonment along with fine of
Rs.5/- with default stipulation to
further undergo seven days’
imprisonment.

Succinctly stated the facts of the case are that complainant-

Arjun Ram S/o Kunaram, resident of Nimbari, submitted a written

report (Ex.P/1) at Police Station- Parbatsar, on 22.03.1989 under

his thumb impression, in which following allegations were levelled

against the appellant:

“lo
s k eas

Jheku Fkkuns kj lkgc
iqfyl Fkkuk ijcrlj

vtZ ,d gS fd eaS vtqZujke iq Jh duq kjke fuoklh fuEcMh+ Fkkuk
ijcrlj dh ekyqe gkos s fd ejs h yMd + h jruh dh xzke ykMky s h k.kh
ukjs Mk cjs k fuoklh enukjke iq nhukjke ds lkFk “kknh dh FkhA ftldk
eqdykok yxHkx 6 o’kZ iow Z dj fn;k FkkA ejs h yMd + h jruh dh gR;k
lljq ky okykas us dj nh gS 17-3-89 dks jkr dks gR;k dj fn- 18-3-89 dks
lqcg 6 cts ls igys tyk nh gS ejs h cMh+ yMd + h cktqMh+ dks mlh k.kh eas
nh ukjke ds HkkbZ mnkjke ds yMd + s n;kyjke ds lkFk “kknh dh gqbZ gS
ftuds ?kj iMk+ Sl iMk+ Sl eas gS ftl jkr jruh dh gR;k dh xbZ mlh jkr
jruh ds ifr us ejs h cMh+ yMd + h ds llqj dks vkdj ds txk;k oks de
lqurk gS blfy, tkjs ls vkokt nd s j txkk; vkjS crk;k fd jruh [kre
gks xbZ gS ejs h cMh yMd+ h cktqMh+ igys gh muds ?kj ekjihV dk gks gYyk
lqu jgh Fkh tc ejs h cMh+ yMd + h mlds llqj ds lkFk jruh ds ?kj tkus
yxh rks jruh ds ifr us mls idM+ dj mlh ?kj eas cUn dj fn;k o
ckgj ls dqUMk yxk fn;k vkSj nkus kas pys x;s vkSj cktqMh+ ?kj eas cSBh cSBh
mudh xfrfof/k;kas dks lqu jgh Fkh vyx vyx k+ f.k;kas o ekeMky s h ls
vkneh cqykus ds fy, vkneh Hkt s jgs Fks Hkkx QVus ls igys igys lc
vknfe;kas dks bdV~Bk djds yk”k dks tykus ds fy, ys x;s vkSj fnu
(3 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

mxus rd yk”k dks yxk fn;k x;k ejs h k.kh mudh k.kh ls dos y nks
kbZ fdykes hVj dh njw h ij gh gS tl s s ek eM k y
s h ls vknxeh cqykdj ds ys
vk;s vkSj ejs s dks lpw uk rd ugha nh xbZ vkSj fcuk lqpuk fn;s gh ejs h
yMd + h jruh dh yk”k dks tyk nh xbZ gAS eSa bl lEcU/k eas Nkuchu o
tkudkjh yxkrkj pkj ikp a j kt
s ls djrk vk;k gAaw vc eqs ijw k ;dhu
gks x;k gS fd ejs h yM+dh jruh dh gR;k lljq ky okyks us dh gS ejs h
yMd + h jruh dh gR;k djus es ejs k tokbZ enu iq nhukjke o mldk
NkVs k HkkbZ tokukjke o enu dh eka dk gkFk gS vkSj ejs h yMd + h dk s
tykus eas Hkksyjw ke] ekukjke] nos kjke] NkVs jw ke firk f[k;kjke o enukjke
iq nhukjke] tokukjke iq nhukjke] fcj/kkjke iq Hkjw k jke o il w kjke
iq vejkjke o ekeMky s h ds rhu vkneh vkSj Fks ftues ls i.w kkZjke iq
iqlkjke FkkA
vr% fjikVs Z djrk gaw fd buds fo:) tkp
a dj buds f[kykQ
dkuuw h dk;Zokgh djkus dh d`ik djAs
vxa q’B fu”kkuh
vtqjZ ke 22-3-89”

In pursuance to the aforesaid written complaint, F.I.R.

No.36/1989 was registered at Police Station- Parbatsar, and

investigation was commenced by the S.H.O., Police Station

Parbatsar. The accused appellant was arrested on 23.03.1989 and

site plan (Ex.P/4) of the house of Madan Singh, where occurrence

took place was prepared in the presence of two witnesses,

namely, Jairam and Arjun Ram. Accused appellant, Madan Singh,

husband of deceased Ratni was arrested and after thorough

investigation, charge sheet was filed against the accused appellant

Madan Singh in the court of Civil Judge-cum-Addl. Chief Judicial

Magistrate, Parbatsar, under Section 302 IPC.

The learned Magistrate committed the case for trial to the

court of Sessions Judge, Merta. The learned trial court after

framing charges under Sections 302, 176, 201 498A of IPC

proceeded with trial.

(4 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

In the trial, statements of 13 prosecution witnesses were

recorded and thereafter, statements of accused appellant Madan

Singh were recorded under Section 313 Cr.P.C., in which following

explanation for his innocence was given by him: –

“xokgku lhHkh jruh ds ihgj i{k gAS blls Bw s c;ku nrs s gSA eSua s
dkbs Z vijk/k ugha fd;kA eSa funkZs’k gAaw ejs h iRuh dh e`R;q mfYV;kas ls gqbAZ
e`Rrdk jruh chekjh jgrh Fkh o mldh e`R;q izkd`frd e`R;q gSA ejs h “kknh
dks gq, 19 o’kZ gks pqds FksA”

In defence, statements of six witnesses were recorded and

thereafter final arguments were heard by the learned trial court.

The learned trial court after hearing the arguments of both

the sides finally acquitted the accused appellant from the charge

under Sections 176 and 498A of IPC but convicted him for offence

under Sections 302 and 201 of IPC vide judgment dated

07.08.1991 and passed sentence mentioned above, which is under

challenge in this appeal.

Learned counsel for the appellant vehemently submitted that

the appellant, Madan Singh, has been falsely implicated in this

case inspite of the fact that his wife, Smt. Ratni died due to

natural death and after giving information to the in-laws, she was

cremated. It is very strange that after cremation, a false FIR was

lodged by the brother of the deceased on the basis of false

allegations and the learned trial court failed to consider the

prosecution evidence and erroneously held the accused appellant

guilty inspite of the fact that no offences under Sections 302 or

201 IPC are made out.

(5 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

Learned counsel for the appellant further argued that wife of

the appellant, Smt. Ratni, died in the night due to vomiting and

this fact was well within the knowledge of the parents of the

deceased, but after five days of the death of Smt. Ratni, written

report was submitted by the complainant at Police Station-

Parbatsar, for registration of FIR without explaining the delay in

filing the same, therefore, on this count alone, the finding of guilt

recorded for offence under Sections 302 and 201 of IPC deserves

to be quashed. Learned counsel for the appellant further

submitted that the trial court has erred in disbelieving the

testimony of six defence witnesses without discussing and

considering the fact that defence witnesses are neighbourers of

the appellant, and according to their statements, Ratni died due to

natural death and number of persons of the village participated in

the cremation proceedings and before cremation information was

also sent to the parents of the deceased, but none of the family

members of the deceased attended cremation. Therefore, it is

obvious that on the one hand, the complainant party did not

participate in the cremation proceedings despite having

information but on the other hand filed false complaint after five

days without any explanation of delay

While inviting our attention towards the statements of Smt.

Bajudi (PW.1) sister of the deceased, who was married with cousin

brother of the accused submitted that at the time of incident she

was pregnant, therefore, as per prevailing tradition/customs, she

was not permitted to see the body of the deceased on the pretext

that if she would be allowed to see the dead body of deceased,
(6 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

Smt. Ratni, there was danger to her life. Due aforesaid fear, the

husband of Bajudi (PW.1) real sister of the deceased was not

allowed to go in the house of the deceased, where dead body of

Ratni was lying. Learned counsel for the appellant argued that as

per evidence, appellant informed his uncle Udaram, and brother

Dayalaram also, about the death of Ratni but the learned trial

court failed to consider the entire evidence produced in defence,

therefore, it is apparent that prosecution has failed to prove its

case beyond doubt.

Learned counsel for the accused appellant invited our

attention towards the fact that deceased died in the night and

early morning she was taken for cremation, therefore, there was

no question for postmortem as she died natural death, however,

the learned trial court observed in the judgment that it was the

duty of the accused appellant to carry out postmortem of body of

Smt. Ratni, without considering the fact that deceased died due to

natural death. Therefore, on this ground also the judgment

impugned deserves to be quashed and set aside.

Learned counsel for the appellant further argued that wife of

the accused appellant died due to natural death and before

cremation, although information was given to the in-laws, but

none of the family members of deceased came at the time of

cremation, however, after five days, a false written report was

submitted by Arjun Ram (complainant), upon which FIR was

registered and investigation whereof culminated into the

submission of a charge sheet against the accused appellant. It is

also argued that “Muklawa” was solemnized six years ago and
(7 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

elder sister of deceased- Ratni, viz. Bajudi was also married to

Dayal Ram S/o Uda Ram (cousin brother of the appellant), but no

grievance was raised by her and on the date of incident, accused

appellant went to the house of Udaram and asked him about the

death of Ratni, but Uda Ram (uncle of the appellant) did not send

her daughter-in-law i.e. Bajudi to see the face of her sister, Ratni,

the deceased, but the fact remains that information was given by

the accused appellant to his uncle, where real sister of deceased

was present in the house. But later on FIR was filed upon

information given by her which is totally concocted one.

Learned counsel for the appellant apprised this Court that as

per prosecution case, not only accused Madan Singh, but his

mother, Smt. Bhanari and brother Jawana Ram were present in

the house but police filed charge sheet only against Madan Singh

under Section 302, 201, 176 498A of IPC, and after trial the

learned trial court acquitted the accused appellant from the charge

levelled under Section 176 and 498A of IPC, because no evidence

came on record for demand of dowry, nor any evidence of motive

has come on record for committing murder of his own wife. The

accused appellant was in army and posted Asam, and the day on

which incident took place, he came on leave. According to learned

counsel for the appellant, the entire prosecution case is based

upon false and concocted story of the complainant because his

wife died due to illness and before cremation information was

already given to her family members. Learned counsel for the

appellant further submits that due to cremation upon natural

death, no postmortem was conducted but bone and ashes of the
(8 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

deceased were taken from the cremation place and the same were

sent for examination to the FSL but in the FSL report, neither

opinion was given about sex, age and metallic poison by FSL, nor

any other opinion was given, therefore, it is a case of no evidence,

but only on the basis of presumption, the accused appellant has

been convicted for offences under Sections 302 201 of IPC.

Learned counsel for appellants submitted that an affidavit

(Ex.D/1) was given by Bajudi (PW.1) real sister of the deceased,

wherein it is stated by her that no one has murdered his sister,

and she died due to illness. However, the learned trial court

disbelieved the affidavit (Ex.D/1) of Bajudi without any reason,

therefore, the finding of learned trial court deserves to be quashed

and set aside.

Lastly it is argued that six independent witnesses of defence

categorically gave statements before the court that deceased

Ratni died due to natural death and information was given to the

father and brother of deceased, but none of them attended the

funeral, but their testimony has also been discredited without

assigning any reason, therefore, the judgment impugned based

upon wrong finding deserves to be quashed.

In support of his arguments, learned counsel for the

appellant invited our attention towards following judgments:

1. Murlidhar Ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan, reported in (2005)
11 SCC 133.

2. Babu S/o Reveendran Vs. Babu S/o Bahuleyan Anr.

reported in (2003) 7 SCC 37.

3. State of Punjab Vs. Karnail Singh, reported in (2003) 11 SCC

271.
(9 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

4. State of West Bengal Vs. Mir Mohammad Omar, reported in
(2000) 8 SCC 382.

5. Sharad Birdhi Chand Sardha Vs. State, reported in Cr.L.R.

(SC) 1984 P. 296.

6. Suresh Anr. Vs. State of Haryana reported in (2015) 2 SCC

227.

7. Prithipal Singh Ors. Vs. State of Punjab Anr. reported in
(2012) 1 SCC 10.

Per contra, learned Public Prosecutor vehemently argued

that is a case in which trustworthy and reliable evidence was

produced before the court to establish the fact that when any

without giving information to the father and other family members

of the deceased, the dead body of Ratni was cremated in early

morning while giving it colour that it was natural death. As per

statements of Bajudi, real sister of the deceased, till 9’O clock in

the night they were singing song outside their house, but in the

night, she (Bajudi) heard hue and cry of her sister, when she tried

to go at her residence, she was not allowed to go by the accused

appellant, Madan Singh. Meaning thereby, real sister of the

deceased was very much available just behind the house of

deceased because she was also married with cousin brother of the

accused appellant. As per statements of the accused appellant

himself, he went to the house of his uncle Udaram, to inform him

that his wife has died and at that time Bajudi, real sister of the

deceased, was present, but she was not permitted to go to the

house of the deceased and in the morning, Bajudi received

information that body of her sister has already been cremated

without any information to the parents.

(10 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

Learned Public Prosecutor further argued that the accused

was army personnel and he came on leave from Asam, therefore,

it is obvious that appellant was educated person, therefore, it was

his duty to first inform his in-laws about the death of Ratni, and to

wait for them for cremation, but as per evidence on record, a

story was concocted by him to prove the fact that information was

given by him but father-in-law was not available and no other

member came at the time of cremation. It is further submitted

that as and when wife of any person dies, either homicidal or

natural death, it is the duty of the family members to first give

information about death to the in-laws so as to satisfy them that

their daughter died due to natural death. However, in this case, a

story was fabricated by the accused appellant that information

was given to father-in-law but he was not available in the house,

but no such specific name is disclosed by the appellant to whom

he sent to give information to the parents of the deceased.

Therefore, the learned trial court gave finding that dead body was

cremated in hurry to destroy the evidence as to how deceased

Ratni died.

It is also argued that as per statements of PW.1- Bajudi and

so-called affidavit (Ex.D/1), deceased Ratni, wife of the appellant

died in the night but without awaiting for the members of in-laws

family, the dead body was cremated and this fact itself is sufficient

to presume that Ratni was murdered by her husband, because she

died in the house of the accused appellant. Learned Public

Prosecutor further submitted that there is no error in the finding

given by the learned trial court so as to convict the accused
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[CRLA-268/1991]

appellant for alleged offence of murder and to hold accused

appellant guilty for offence under Sections 302 and 201 IPC.

Learned Public Prosecutor invited our attention towards the recent

judgment in the case of Jamnadas Vs. State of M.P. reported in

AIR 2016 (SC) 3270, in which the Hon’ble Apex Court held that it

is duty of the husband to explain as to how his wife died due to

natural death. Lastly, the learned Public Prosecutor submits that

there is no force in the appeal and, therefore, the same may

kindly be dismissed.

After hearing the learned counsel for the parties, we have

perused the statements of 13 prosecution witnesses and

statements of accused appellant recorded under Section 313

Cr.P.C. and the statements of six defence witnesses.

Admittedly, the witness PW.1- Smt. Bajudi, real sister of the

deceased, was married with cousin brother of the appellant, and

she was residing just behind the house of the accused appellant.

The witness, PW.-1 Baju, gave following statement:

“jruh ejs h lxh NkVs h cgu gAS bldh “kknh ykMky s h eas gh ejs s
dkdh lljq ds yMd + k enu ds lkFk gbq Z tks vkt gkftj vnkyr eqyfte
gSA gekjh nkus kas cgukas dh “kknh lkFk lkFk gqbZ FkhA “kknh ds le; ge
NkVs h FkhA eqdykok gekjk nkus kas dk lkr lky igys lkFk lkFk gqvkA enu
flga gkftj vnkyr eqyfte Qkt s eas ukSdjh djrk gSA jruh dks [kRe gk;s s
gq, djhc 5 ekg gks x;s gSA jruh ykMky s h eas vius llqjky eas FkhA vkSj eSa
Hkh vius llqjky eas YkkMksyh gh FkhA ejs k o jruh dk lljq ky ikl ikl eas
gSA jruh ds [kRe gkus s ds ikp a nl fnu igys eqyfte viuh Qkt s dh
ukSdjh ls ykMky s h vius ?kj ij vk;k gqvk FkkA ejs h cgu ds dkbs Z chekjh
ugha FkhA jkr ds X;kjg cts dk le; Fkk] eSa vius llqjky eas vius ?kj
ij lks jgh FkhA ejs s dks jkus s dh vkokt luq kbZ nh] og vkokt ejs s dks ejs h
cgu jruh dh yxhA ftl ij eSa ?kj ls ckgj fudyh yfs du eSa jruh ds
?kj ij ugha xbZA fQj eSua s jkr dks ydMs dkVus dh vkokt lquhA fQj
(12 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

enu flga gkftj vnkyr eqyfte ejs s llqj mnkjke dks cqykus vk;kA ejs k
lljq k mnkjke de lqurk gSA eqyfte us vkdj mnkjke ls dgk fd ejs h
vkSjr [kRe gks xbZ gS dkdk mBkAs fQj eSa ckgj fudyh yfs du ejs s dks
jruh ds ;gka ij tkus ugha fn;k D;kas ejs s ls dgk fd rjs s iVs eas Vkcj gS
blfy, ogka ij ugha tkukA enu flga us ejs s dks jruh ds ikl tkus ugha
fn;k vkSje js s edku eas okfil Hkt
s nhA fQj jruh dks dc tyk;k ejs s dks
ekyew ughA fQj fnu ds ukS cts ckgj fudyh rks ejs h lklq us dgk fd
rjs h cgu jruh [kRe gks xbZ gSA jruh dks fnu dks tyk;k ;k jkr dks
tyk;k ejs s dks irk ughA vfHk;qDr ejs h cgu jruh ds lkFk dHkh Bhd
s k djrk FkkA”

rjg ls jgrk FkkA dHkh mlds lkFk jky

The appellant come out with the plea that information was

given by him to his uncle Uda Ram about natural death of Ratni,

however, his uncle did not allow Smt. Bajudi, to visit his house so

as to know the cause of death or see her body. It is beyond

imagination that cousin brother of the appellant will compel his

wife i.e. Bajudi (PW.1) not to see the dead body of his sister,

more so, it was the duty of brother-in-law to first inform the sister

of his wife about her death or to bring her to see the body of her

sister. But in this case, although a plea has been taken by the

accused appellant that information was given to Uda Ram (uncle

of the deceased), father-in-law of PW.-1 Bajudi, but Udaram did

not allow her to visit the house of appellant for the reason that

she was pregnant. In our opinion, such type of plea is dishonest

plea because if the real sister who was available in the family and

residing just behind the house of the appellant, then it was the

duty of the appellant to first satisfy deceased’s sister Bajudi, that

your sister died due to natural death but it has not been done in

this case.

(13 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

We have also considered the fact of affidavit, which is said to

be submitted in defence by the accused appellant. In our opinion,

there was no occasion for PW.1- Bajudi, to executed such type of

affidavit, in which though it is accepted by her that Ratni died in

the house of Madan Singh, therefore, it was the duty of the

accused appellant to satisfy the in-laws/parents of deceased Ratni

first before cremation of the body of Ratni but without waiting for

them, the dead body was cremated in the early morning and this

fact is established from the prosecution evidence, therefore, it

cannot be said that the trial court has committed any error so as

to convict the accused appellant for the alleged offence of murder.

The circumstantial evidence of this case loudly speaks that

the prosecution has established complete chain of circumstances

so as to presume that in absence of in-laws, the body of Ratni was

cremated in the early morning and it is also established by

evidence that in the night at 9’O clock, Ratni was singing songs,

therefore, we are of the opinion that argument of the learned

counsel for the appellant that Ratni died due to natural death, is

not sustainable in law.

With regard to delay in filing the FIR, we are of the opinion

that this is a case in which it is proved by the prosecution that

body of young wife was cremated without waiting for the family

members of the deceased, therefore, after receiving the

information it was felt necessary due to relationship to first

ascertain the truth about the death of Smt. Ratni. Thus, after

meeting Bajudi and receiving information that cremation took

place in the early morning itself, necessary inquiry was made by
(14 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

the complainant and thereafter written report was submitted at

the police station. In our onion, in such type of cases, delay for

registration of the FIR cannot destroy the prosecution case. It is

true that in the FSL report, the sex, age and other facts were not

ascertained/proved, but it also true that bones and ashes were

taken from the place of cremation and sent to FSL for chemical

examination, therefore, probably it might not be possible for FSL

to ascertain the cause of death, but this fact cannot be treated as

an evidence to support the contention of the accused appellant for

his innocence.

Upon consideration of entire evidence, it is true that six

witnesses viz. Kishnaram (DW1.), Babulal (DW.2), Pusaram

(DW.3), Nathu (DW.4), Uda Ram (DW.5) and Ganga Ram (DW.6)

were produced as defence witness so as to support the case of the

appellant that deceased was suffering from disease but in absence

of any documentary evidence of treatment, how it can be

presumed that deceased was suffering from any ailment or

disease. None of the prosecution witness or even Bajudi (PW.1)

real sister of the deceased gave any statement that Smt. Ratni

(deceased) was suffering from any ailment/disease. The other

witnesses PW.2- Arjun Ram, PW.3- Jairam (uncle of deceased),

PW.5- Chhotu Ram (uncle of deceased), PW.6- Shrawan (real

brother of deceased) and PW.7- Kishnaram (uncle of deceased)

gave statements before the court in support of prosecution case,

but it is nowhere stated by them that deceased was suffering from

any disease.

(15 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

The witness PW.8- Dhannaram, PW.9- Bhanwar Singh,

PW.10 Ugmaram, said that cremation took place in the early

morning on 18.03.1989 and that none of the family members of

the deceased were there but they received information in the

night that due to vomiting Ratni died. In our opinion, there is no

question to disbelieve the testimony of prosecution witnesses or to

accept the statements of defence witnesses and to accept the fact

that deceased Ratni, was suffering from any ailment/disease or

she died due to natural death.

The judgments relied upon by the learned counsel for the

appellant to discredit the fact that presumption under Section 106

of Evidence Act will not apply in this case, because in the

statements of the appellant recorded under Section 313 Cr.P.C.,

accused appellant accepted that Ratni died in front of him and said

that she died due to vomiting, but it is nowhere said that any

efforts were made by him for her treatment, therefore, such type

of plea taken by the accused appellant in his statements recorded

under Section 313 Cr.P.C. cannot be treated to be evidence so as

to acquit him from the alleged offence of murder of his own wife.

The learned trial court minutely examined the entire facts and

evidence of both the parties and held that the accused appellant is

guilty for committing offence under Sections 302 and 201 of IPC,

therefore, no interference is warranted in this case.

In view of above, the conviction and sentence passed by

learned Sessions Judge, Merta against the accused appellant

Madan Singh vide judgment dated 07th of August, 1991 in Session

Case No.37/1989 is hereby upheld and this criminal appeal is
(16 of 16)
[CRLA-268/1991]

hereby dismissed.

The accused appellant is on bail, therefore, his bail bonds are

hereby forfeited and the learned trial court is directed to issue

warrant of arrest against accused appellant and lodge him in

custody to serve the sentence passed by learned Sessions Judge,

Merta, vide its judgment dated 07.08.1991 in Session Case

No.37/1989.

(MANOJ KUMAR GARG)J. (GOPAL KRISHAN VYAS)J.

DJ/-

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