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Mousin Khan S/O Rehamathulla Khan vs State Of Karnataka on 7 December, 2010

Karnataka High Court Mousin Khan S/O Rehamathulla Khan vs State Of Karnataka on 7 December, 2010Author: N.Ananda

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BANGALORE DATED THIS THE 7111 DAY OF DECEMBER..2′;f:):’1«.Cj’~..Vv

BEFORE

THE HON’BLE MR.JUSTI.CE<N.ANANif)AV’.”‘

CRIMINAL PETITION

BETWEEN: P P A it A

Mousin Khan

S/0 Rehamathulla Khan 7

Aged about 27 Years ‘ it

R/o No.23, ‘B’ sti-eat I-

3″ Cross, Gogpaiapungi

Magadi Roar}. ‘ _. _

Bangal01’e::”– 23, g “g_ …PETITIONER

[By S:i;N’is’aIfiSaioi§Adik*.~igV’.”- AND: ” V K t A’ P

State of Ka1=natak;a

SHQ, Magadi”‘E92Qad Police

* ‘~ _ Ba:o.’gaI_o,1*e.,I_Cgity “”” ~. ,Rs-tptd, by Pleader

High s.Co:g1’tVi3ni’V1dings

‘BaI1ga1or”e_~.Cityj …RESPONDENT

(i33}u”S1’1;—-:/E1} ajiakuniai’ Majage, HCGP)

” This Cr1.P is filed under Section 439 Cr.P.C

” .pi’ayi’,–ng to enlarge the petitioner on bail in C:1′.No.14i~7/2010 of Magadi Road Police Station, 9 _gv_E%ianga1o1*e City (C.C.No.38529/2010) on the file of the III ACMM, Bangaiore, registered for offences punishable

under sections 498A, 302 1’/W 34 IPC and sections 3 and 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act.

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This petition coming on for orders this day, the Court made the following:

ORDER

The petitioner is the husband’ of ” Begum. Their marriage was

prlor to 28.5.2010. The fiwas tint Mutton Stall. He was to bring

money from her parelrittshlousei. _a Mutton Stall

however, the deceased'”pl’eaded».her

2. ‘was; a quarrel between the deceased _rpeti’ti’o11er~. I When the deceased was in Bathroonnthe ‘petitions-rtéédoused kerosene and set her

on eA.Thereai”_tevr, the deceased was shifted to Victoria

0′ statement given by the deceased on

she had narrated details of events that had

it Vha-poened. The deceased succumbed to burn injuries at

a.m., on 01.06.2010 and the deceased was

00 declared dead on 02.05.2010. 0 R} C. /1-1 -x..;’»’},M;[/E}

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4. The learned Counsei for petitioner would submit

that, eariier the deceased had given a statementihat

she suffered burn injuries when she was litting

to boil water. I have gone through the naiid’ t

prirna~facie the statement appears

document. The investigation would” reveal the

deceased met homicidal deatti;.._:’l’his from the statement of deeeeseci statement of eyewitnesses. The deceased’ fire by her

husband–petition:e’r.’__._ 1: 2: 5},V_Th_-erefo7re;.__;5etit’iorie_r’cannot be released on bail. ACC01’di11g1’y4_th€’ 15:’-1.Zi.!1’VZiVA(‘)11 dismissed. __

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