W.P. No.31275 (W) of 2017
Smt. Dipali Das
SL-26 The State of West Bengal Ors.
(S.R.) Mr. Himadri Barua
Mr. Hiranmay Paik … for the petitioner.
Mr. Ashim Kumar Ganguly
Ms. Sukla Das Chandra … for the State.
Mr. Suman Saha
… for the respondent nos.6 8 to 15.
Affidavit of service filed in Court be kept with the
The petitioner seeks a direction upon the police
authorities to facilitate the return of the petitioner to her
Learned advocate for the petitioner submits that,
the police are not taking steps in respect of her complaint
lodged with the police authorities and a direction passed
by the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate.
The State and the private respondents are
Learned advocate for the private respondents
submits that, the petitioner along with her daughter used
to beat up the daughter-in-law. A criminal complaint was
lodged. There are proceedings under Section 498A and
under Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code
pending against the petitioner. Villagers had intervened.
The petitioner, therefore, had filed a proceeding against
the villagers also.
Learned advocate appearing for the State submits
that, the complaint made by the petitioner has since been
registered as a FIR and has ended in a charge-sheet.
The issues raised in the writ petition are such that,
an opportunity should be afforded to the respondents to
Let affidavit-in-opposition be filed within four weeks
from date. Reply thereto, if any, be filed within two weeks
The writ petition will be treated as ready for hearing
immediately on completion of the time stipulated for filing
of such affidavits.
Liberty is given to the parties to mention for early
Urgent certified website copies of this order, if
applied for, be made available to the parties upon
compliance of the requisite formalities.
(Debangsu Basak, J.)