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CRA/214/2019 on 25 November, 2019

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Sl. November C.R.A. 214 of 2019

23. 25, 2019

Mr. Uday Sankar Chattopadhyay,
Ms. Snigdha Saha,
…for the appellants.

Ms. Baisali Basu,
…for the State.

Re: C.R.A.N. 2419 of 2019 (condonation of delay)
filed on August 30, 2019.

The affidavit of service filed on behalf of the appellants is taken

on record.

This is an application for condonation of delay in filing the

appeal whereby the appellants have prayed for condonation of delay of four days,

inter alia, on the grounds stated in the application.

Upon hearing the learned advocate appearing on behalf of the

appellants/petitioners and considering the averments contained in the application

for condonation of delay, I am satisfied with the explanations offered for the delay

in filing the appeal.

I, therefore, condone the delay in filing the appeal and allow the

application for condonation of delay filed under CRAN 3419 of 2019.

In this appeal, the appellants have assailed the judgment and order of

conviction and sentence dated January 16, 2019 passed by the learned Additional Sessions Judge

at Kalna, Purba Bardhaman, in Sessions Trial No. 8 of 2018 corresponding to Sessions Case No.

99 of 2017 arising out of Monteswar Police Station Case No. 135 of 2012 dated August 7, 2012

(G. R. Case No. 767 of 2012) under Sections 323/Section498A/Section307/Section34 of the Indian Penal Code.

The appeal will be heard.

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Call for the records. Issue usual notices.

In the application for admission of appeal under Section 374(2)

of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the appellants have prayed for realisation of

fine imposed upon them.

Ms. Snigdha Saha, learned advocate appearing on behalf of the

appellants submits that vide order dated January 16, 2019, the appellants were

ordered to be sentenced for simple imprisonment for six months. So they have been

allowed ad interim bail to the satisfaction of the learned Additional Chief Judicial

Magistrate at Kalna, upon furnishing a bond of Rs. 1,000/- each till February 18,

2019.

Upon considering the submission of Ms. Saha, realisation of

fine imposed upon the appellants is stayed during the pendency of the appeal and
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the appellants are allowed to continue on the same bail order granted by the learned

Additional Sessions Judge at Kalna till disposal of the appeal.

( Shivakant Prasad, J. )

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