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Baij Nath Pal vs The State Of Bihar on 22 November, 2019

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA
Criminal Writ Jurisdiction Case No.1583 of 2019
Arising Out of PS. Case No.-11 Year-2003 Thana- KHAGAUL District- Patna

BAIJ NATH PAL Son of Late Hira Lall Resident of Village-Bari Khagaul,
P.S.-Khagaul, District-Patna.

… … Petitioner/s
Versus

1. THE STATE OF BIHAR

2. The Director General of Police, D.G.P. office, Old Secretariat, Patna.

3. The D.I.G, Gandhi Maidan, Patna.

4. The Senior Superintendent of Police, Gandhi Maidan, Patna.

5. The Station House Officer, Khagaul, Patna.

6. The Registrar, Civil Court Patna.

7. The Sub Registrar, Civil Court Danapur.

… … Respondent/s

Appearance :

For the Petitioner/s : Mr.Gopal Govind Mishra,Adv
For the State : Mr. Harun Quareshi,AC to SC 01
For the Resp. No. 6 7 : Mr. Mrigank Mauli, Adv
Mr. Prince Kumar Mishra, Adv

CORAM: HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE VIKASH JAIN
ORAL JUDGMENT
Date : 22-11-2019

Heard learned counsel for the petitioner and learned

counsel for the respondents.

2.The present writ petition has been filed for a direction to

the “the respondent authorities to conclude the trial of Khagaul P.S.

Case No. 11/2003 registered for the offences under Section 363,

Section498A, Section323, Section304B, Section120B, Section406, Section201 of the Indian Penal Code in

connection with Sessions Trial No. 1022/2006 which is pending in

the Court of learned Additional District and Sessions Judge-I,

Danapur, Patna.”

Patna High Court CR. WJC No.1583 of 2019 dt.22-11-2019
2/2

3. Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that

protracted trail has been going on since the FIR was instituted in

the year 2003 and the matter is lingering on.

4. Learned counsel for the Registrar, Civil Court, Patna

(Respondent No. 6) and the Sub Registrar, Civil Court, Danapur

(Respondent No. 7) appears and states that the trial has been

progressing and the evidence of both sides have been closed. The

matter is now at the stage of recording of statement of the

accused under Section 313 Cr. P.C. It is submitted that the trial is

expected to be concluded within a period of four months.

5. Having heard the parties and considering the nature of

the grievance of the petitioner, the writ petition is disposed of

with the observation that the learned trial Court shall expedite

the trial and conclude the same expeditiously and preferably

within a period of four months from the date of

receipt/production of a copy of this judgement.

(Vikash Jain, J)
Chandran/-

AFR/NAFR NAFR
CAV DATE NA
Uploading Date 26.11.2019
Transmission Date 26.11.2019

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