W.P.13974 (W) of 2017
Ram Kumar Satpathi Anr.
The State of West Bengal Ors.
Mr. Rwitendra Banerjee.
…for the Petitioners.
Md. T. M. Siddiqui,
Sm. Samim Ullah.
…for the State.
Mr. Prasanta Kumar Pakrashi.
…for the Respondent Nos.5 6.
It is submitted on behalf of the petitioners that the private respondent
nos.5 and 6 are wrongfully interfering with the right of the petitioners to
peacefully occupy and enjoy their own premises. Representation has been made
to the police authorities, but no steps have been taken in the matter.
Learned Advocate appearing for the private respondents denies such
allegations and submits that it was the petitioners and other in laws who
subjected the respondent no.6 to cruelty resulting in registration of criminal case
Report is filed on behalf of the State wherefrom it appears that case and
counter have been registered by and between the parties being Kotwali Police
of the Indian Penal Code and Kotwali Police Station Case No.188 of 2017 dated
case registered at the behest of the petitioners has ended in a charge sheet. The
said report be kept with the record. Copies of the report be handed over to the
learned Advocate appearing for the respective parties.
In view of the aforesaid facts, it appears that there is a family dispute
between the petitioners on one hand and the respondent Nos.5 and 6 on the
Criminal cases registered by and between the parties shall be proceeded
with utmost expedition and be concluded at an early date.
The respondent no.4, Officer in charge Police Station Midnapore Kotwali,
District-Paschim Midnapore shall ensure that there is no breach of peace and
tranquility in an around the premises occupied by the parties.
With the aforesaid directions, the writ petition is disposed of.
Since no affidavit-in-opposition has been called for, the allegations made in
the writ application deemed not to have been admitted by the respondents.
There will be no order as to costs.
Urgent photostat certified copy of this order, if applied for, shall be given to
the parties, as expeditiously as possible on compliance of all necessary
( Joymalya Bagchi, J.)