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Amit Thakur vs State Of Punjab & Anr on 10 October, 2017

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CRM-M-12066-2017 (OM)
Date of decision : 10.10.2017

Amit Thakur

State of Punjab and another


Present: Mr. Parshotam Lal Singla, Advocate for the petitioner.

Ms. Anju Arora, Addl.A.G., Punjab
assisted by ASI Nirmal Singh.

Mr. K.S. Sidhu, Advocate for respondent No.2.

Parties in person.


The petitioner seeks pre-arrest bail in case FIR No.23 dated

22.02.2017, registered under Sections 406 and 498A of the Indian Penal

Code, at P.S. City South, Moga.

Contends that the petitioner has joined the investigation in

pursuance of order dated 14.09.2017. A compromise has been reached

between the parties. The petitioner undertakes to pay an amount of Rupees

ten lakh as full and final settlement towards permanent alimony and


Learned State counsel, on instructions, informs that the

petitioner has joined the investigation.

Learned counsel for respondent No.2, on instructions, admits

the factum of the compromise.

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In view of the above, the petitioner shall pay to

complainant/respondent No.2, an amount of Rupees five lakh within one

month from today as part of the settled amount and the remaining amount of

Rupees five lakh shall be paid on or before 15.05.2018. Learned counsel for

respondent No.2 assures full cooperation as well as presence of respondent

No.2 before the Court(s) as and when required, with regard to filing petition

under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act and in all other proceedings

pertaining to the marriage between the parties.

Accordingly, without expressing any opinion on the merits of

the case, the interim bail granted by this Court vide order dated 14.09.2017,

is made absolute, subject to furnishing bail bonds/surety bonds to the

satisfaction of the Chief Judicial Magistrate/Duty Magistrate concerned.

The petition stands allowed.

It is made clear that in case, the agreed amount is not paid

within the stipulated period, the present petition shall be deemed to be

dismissed without further notice.

atulsethi JUDGE

Whether speaking / reasoned : Yes No

Whether Reportable : Yes No

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