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Arjun vs State Of Haryana on 19 December, 2017


Criminal Revision No. 2774 of 2017 (OM)
Date of decision : December 19, 2017

Arjun …..Petitioner

State of Haryana ….Respondent


Present: Mr. Kunal Dawar, Advocate
for the petitioner.

Mr. Ramesh Kumar Ambavta, AAG, Haryana.


The petitioner being aggrieved of orders dated 29.07.2017

passed by learned Additional Sessions Judge, Palwal as well as order dated

21.07.2017 passed by learned Principal Magistrate, Juvenile Justice Board,

Palwal, whereby bail to the petitioner (juvenile) has been declined, has filed

the present revision petition. It is submitted that allegations of the petitioner

having committed rape upon the victim as mentioned in FIR No. 52 dated

01.05.2017 are patently incorrect as is reflected in the statement of the

victim herself under Section 164 Cr.P.C. (Annexure P-4). It is pointed out

that even if the allegations in the statement under Section 164 Cr.P.C. are

taken to be correct, the same does not amount to an offence punishable

under Section 376 IPC. Moreover, the victim, in this case, it is submitted

was medico legally examined on the same day i.e. on 01.05.2017. As per the

said medico legal reports (Annexures P-2 and P-3), no offence punishable

under Section 376 IPC is made out. When the victim was taken for medico

legal examination at the first instance, she has refused to have her internal

medical examination conducted. The victim was thereafter taken again for

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medical examination and she gave her consent for internal examination.

Both the medico legal reports are attached as Annexures P-2 and P-3


As per the medico legal report attached as Annexure P-2, it is

mentioned as under:-

” Patient is giving H/o of only touch her private part by
single male (Arjun) on 29.04.2017 around 1.30 p.m. She also
giving H/o kissing (multiple times) on lips. No H/o penetration
given. No H/o torn clothes given. No H/o change of clothes

Thin Built.


Whole body examination : No sign of external injury

Breast : No sign of external injury seen.
Perineum– Pt. refused for internal medical examination.

As per medical report attached as Annexure P-3, it is

mentioned as under:-

“A/H/O sexual and physical assault by a male on 29.04.2017 at
around 1:00 p.m. by one male person. (Arjun) per vaginally.
She is giving H/O touching and kissing and no A/H/O
penetration. No H/O torn clothes. She is not wearing the clothes
which she was wearing during the time of assault. She is
conscious, oriented to time, place and person.
(1)Built – thin
(3)General physical examination –

No injury seen anywhere on the body. No old or new scar

(4)Perineal examination – P/S Hymen – Intact – No bleeding

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One vaginal swab taken and sealed with single seal for
seminal analysis.

One vaginal swab taken and sealed with single seal for DNA

One vulvar swab taken and sealed with single viral and sent
for sinunal analysis.

The petitioner, it is submitted, is a juvenile and is not involved

in any other criminal case. His release is not likely to bring him into

association with any known criminal or expose to him moral, physical or

psychological danger and the ends of justice would not be defeated. It is,

thus, prayed that this revision petition be allowed.

Learned counsel for the State is unable to deny the medico

legal examination or the statement of the victim under Section 164 Cr.P.C..

This petition is, however, opposed on the ground that serious allegations are

levelled against the petitioner and the victim is also a minor.

Heard, learned counsel for the parties.

There is no allegation that the petitioner is likely to come into

contact with any known criminal or be exposed to moral, physical or

psychological danger. The petitioner is not reported to involved in any

criminal case.

Keeping in view the facts and circumstances noted above but

without expressing any opinion on the merits of case, it is considered just

and expedient to allow this petition.

Consequently, orders dated 29.07.2017 passed by learned

Additional Sessions Judge, Palwal as well as dated 21.07.2017 are set aside

and the petitioner be released on bail subject to his furnishing requisite bail

bonds and surety to the satisfaction of the learned trial Court.

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It is, however, clarified that the petitioner shall not try to

contact the victim/any of her family members or any of the witnesses of the

case in any manner – directly or indirectly. Any such infraction on the part

of the petitioner shall entail cancellation of his bail.

It is reiterated that none of the observations made herein above

are a reflection on the merits of the case and shall have no bearing on the


(Lisa Gill)
December 19, 2017 Judge

Whether speaking/reasoned : Yes/No

Whether reportable : Yes/No

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