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Manjunath @ Manjunath Gowda vs The State By Station House Officer on 17 November, 2011

Karnataka High Court Manjunath @ Manjunath Gowda vs The State By Station House Officer on 17 November, 2011Author: B.V.Pinto

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BANGAIJORE DATED THIS THE 1′?” DAY OF’ NOVEMBER, 201 1 BEFORE

THE HONBLE MR. JUSTICE i”3.V._P._?§N’I’f;}V_’ 19: f CRL.P.NO.5770 Q? 201: , f’jj}.. » V’ BETWEEN: A ” V

MANJUNATH @ MANJUNA7E’H- ._GC)WD.A ” S/O LATE NAGARAJ ~ ‘ .

AGED ABOUT 52 YEARS

R/AT KALALE VILLAGE.

DODDA BEEDHI, V ” . .

NANJANGUD TALUK, ‘ __ _

MYSORE DISTRICT. H ” j’ ._ PETi’.[‘1ONER {BY SR1 H.1{:G(}I§A1,A3.G©Vv*i>A’;» s§Ijv0Cs3C1’E} THE) STATE: SB’? ._ V ._

STMIFON HOUSE: OFF-‘ICE’R

NzaNJANGUD”;1G£,IC’ta s’1y/mom,

‘ _§.2*£:*s€3:?<1§*;*,F> ESf;’1~21C*:i ‘§ RE:S.PG§”E’;)§*3N”E’ $3? §§::2.:®-‘§;§A§i1AKuMAR MAJAGE, HCQP; QRLE’ E<“£E§ZE} EEXSQ 439 CRPC 3?’ mg: AI3%;::}.:;:A?E: F03 “§’E–{E3 ‘P3:3′.E’§’}§’§O1’EE~ZR §?’E’€}s.YE.N{§ “FE-EA? “$3-iis __ AA 3-{0N*:£:;;’:;(E«: €933? .3253”:/’ £3.32 ‘§>L.§:A3E§> ‘ya “i1;?’~3{.£§E:€C%E<I ‘:*}-:g, If §5:Ei’f§’§%.. SN’ ET%.EiE§»v§:§;’ E54” {I?;’%,’i’%i{}?§4;,5T§E <3? 3a:;:raz;.§;a§:<;::.:e§:§ $3.5 ‘g_ ?v’§*’£”SfiRE,;. mg “mg {}FE?§:1E£CE%3-S wag 3%! 4}§*é%{,.!-31% Ea/1%; 33.0.34 0%’ EPC.

THIS CRIMINAL PEEWITION IS COMING ON FOR OREDERS THIS DAY, THE COURT MADE THE FOLLOWING: ORDER

This petition is filed seeking bai’]…..j;1:”Eiriine No.94/2011 of Nanjangudu Police

registered on 07.04.2011 04

Sections 498A and 302 IVPC 1′,4/v.2f.rSeeticgfil:1P{:.”22_1fid~0 Sections 3 and 4 of Ddpv«AC£’;’V”‘> _

2. The ease of .S1*§_Rajanna, whe is the father of the deeeeseti ‘is: the marriage of the petit-i0;%;’e1fit;re’:£;a}{ the deceased about 3 yeafS.Ap1*’£01* ef the incident and that the deCeased~,t1ad 0d-i_.ed._ causing” the death of her own d:at1gh_?terV%_ and”b}I.._ha11ging herself in the house ef the ‘ ;.;:§etijtiv0<i”ie:f;’t. Affiaseti on the saié eompiaintt, the ease was .’:re’g”iet.ere:’é.’jt ‘i’he [email protected]”;t, ha-e given 21 further etatement. irzdieatigag therein that Ethe eéeeeazsed wzie é:é§*e§”:z:§§2g hifié tihzit. She §3€;’§f,§’§’.§{}I’i€:”§’ garage §:e:s*§;’:2g iiéeggzfi [intimacy with anether woman and; he W213 not {‘:{}1′,i1§1’£§ to 3’

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the house regularly, though he was running the vehicle and eking his livelihood by the said vehicle. The investigation has been completed and charge ve}’1ie’Ct_”has been filed.

3. Heard Sri Gopaia Gowda,

the petitioner and Sri Vijayeg ‘ HCGP for the responden1:»’St,_ate. A. h’

4. Learned Counsehfor th-eh’ submits that the relationshiptrf ‘the with her husband as We’£’1’t’as;i5:n thEe”fa1rgi1y WéiS”‘(éordiaE and that there was absoxlutelyhno dowry either prior to or after 1:131? .,Ih.a15f}age.a.r1dA’*voz};t”‘ot” their own Will, the parents of ” V’ the gi-eeeased hVé;V*’eV2:rranged for the marriage and have Vgi*¢”e;§*.pr”eSe;it. ii”: the form of jeweée as found in the FIR. Efgt fie hétither euhmitted that t.hough the eempiaiézzt §::2.d_ic:;:tes the ire.-tefivement ef ether peree:zs~’s.,, the “-sfeizapéaérzaatat. hag ggiven *;’t2§’i:h.e:f ete;t:ehr”:eht exeherestihgg XX»

other accused- Hence, he prays that the petitioner may be eniarged on bail.

5. Learned HCGP 0ppOS€S the app1ieati_01:t :’fgt;’~V.Iv:)ai1 on the ground that the Mari Naika, }/Iahesh who are the neighb01_,_1rs,_have regarding the i.I}–t’re3.t.meI1t ta the petitioner and others. he”‘pray”s ttftgrflienaiesal of V the petition.

6. I have earefutlyi the materials on reCQrd”‘t’a;mtt1i, ‘chtarge sfiéet”V:fi1ed by the State. The offeficex IR) is directed against the deeease&Vhe1’se1;f fer Eieving caused the death of her awn :t”?;.e’£t1g;1?3.te’:d.3.t1dVC:’It’ie;:”ge againet the petitioner ie under V and 3&6 EPC. The materials en recerd d0 ‘met déeeigtyse any gtttzstigattem, eeespire.<:§; er’ aeezietemee in AA jthezeeimmteeiem ef the eteieide by the deeeeeee. ?%’.itE:eu.t ” ” –ex’§3reeet’ngg any eptnier: regarfiieg the mezéte efi the eeeee 3 am ef the View that the petttienet’ may be admitted te ;_«..

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baii. In the resuii, the petition is allowed on the following co11diti0z1:~«

3.. The petitioner is directed to” released on bail on his

bond for Rs.25,000/~ w%g:::h,ee;§r1$ée ‘ surety for the…..?.11:es1:£.fi9i””‘ satisfaction of the C:Q1.«1z15v£ ‘ nvj

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