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Deepak Saini & Ors. vs State & Anr. on 1 November, 2019

* IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

Date of decision: November 01, 2019

+ W.P.(CRL) 3041/2019
DEEPAK SAINI ORS. ….. Petitioners
Through: Mr.Chirag Madan, Ms.Ravleen
Sabharwal and Mr.G.Sai Krishna
Kumar, Advocates

versus

STATE ANR. ….. Respondents
Through: Mr.Ranbir Singh Kundu,ASC
(Crl.) with Mr.Shivam Sahoran,
Advocate with ASI Ram Niwas
and SI Anupam, PS Sunlight
Colony Mr.Phool Singh, Advocate
for respondent No. 2 in person

CORAM:
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE BRIJESH SETHI
JUDGMENT

BRIJESH SETHI, J (oral)

1. Quashing of FIR No. 0015/2017, under Sections 498A/Section406/Section34 IPC,
registered at police station Sunlight Colony, Delhi is sought on the
ground that the dispute between the parties stands amicably settled.
Respondent no.2 is present in the court today and submits that she has
settled the dispute with the petitioners without any undue influence,
coercion or pressure from any source whatsoever.

2. Notice.

W.P.(CRL) 3041/2019 Page 1 of 2

3. Mr.Shivam Sahoran, learned counsel for the respondent/State
accepts notice and submits that the petitioners as well as respondent No.2/
complainant of this FIR, who are present in the Court have been duly
identified by the Investigating Officer of this case.

4. The petitioners and respondent no.2 have submitted that they have
settled their disputes vide Settlement Deed dated 28th November, 2018.
The parties have already obtained divorce by mutual consent on 20 th July,
2019. The settlement amount was Rs. 6,00,000/-, out of which Rs.
2,00,000/- has been paid to respondent no.2 at the time of first motion and
Rs. 2,00,000/- has further been paid to respondent no.2 at the time of
second motion and a demand draft of Rs. 2,00,000/- has been handed
over to respondent no.2 today in the court. Copy of the said demand draft
has been placed on record.

5. Respondent No.2, present in the Court, submits that the dispute
between the parties has been amicably resolved. Respondent No.2 further
submits that now no dispute with petitioners survive and therefore, the
proceedings arising out of the FIR in question be brought to an end.

6. Since the dispute stands amicably resolved between the parties, the
petition is allowed and FIR No. 0015/2017, under Sections 498A/Section406/Section34
IPC, registered at police station Sunlight Colony, Delhi and the
proceeding emanating therefrom are quashed qua petitioners.

7. The petition stands disposed of.

(BRIJESH SETHI)
JUDGE
NOVEMBER 01, 2019/v
W.P.(CRL) 3041/2019 Page 2 of 2

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