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Jammu and Kashmir High Court Vinod Mahajan & anr. vs. State & anr Honble Mr. Justice Janak Raj Kotwal, Judge. Appearing Counsel: For petitioner(s)/appellant(s) : Mr. Rajneesh Oswal, Advocate. For respondent(s) : Mr. S.S.Nanda, Sr. AAG for R-1. Mr. Arun Dev Singh, Advocate vice Mr….

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