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Pramod S/O. Madhav @ Mahadu Bedre @ … vs The State Of Maharashtra And Anr on 5 October, 2018




1) Pramod s/o Madhav alias Mahadu Bedre
alias Bendre,
Age 44 years, Occupation Agriculture,
R/o Village Hivara Tq. Kalamnoori
Dist. Hingoli.

2) Madhavrao s/o Shankarrao Bedre,
Age 65 years, Occupation and
R/o as above.

3) Kashibai w/o Madhavrao Bedre,
Age 54 years, Occupation and
R/o as above.

4) Kishor s/o Madhavrao Bedre,
Age 28 years, Occupation Agriculture,
R/o as above.

5) Nagorao s/o Sangamnath Digrase,
Age 42 years, Occupation Agricultural,
R/o Shivshankar Nagar, Kurunda,
Tq. Vasmat Dist. Hingoli.

6) Archana w/o Nagorao Digrase,
Age 34 years, Occupation Household,
R/o as above. …Applicants


1) The State of Maharashtra
Through the Officer Incharge,
Vimantal Police Station,
Nanded Tq. Dist. Nanded.

2) Nikita w/o Pramod Bedre,
Age 37 years, Occupation Secretary
of Saraswati Vidya Niketan,
Vasmat R/o Bhosikar House,

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Near Mayur Talkies, Naik Nagar,
Nanded, Tq. Dist. Nanded. …Respondents

Mr. R. S. Deshmukh, Advocate for applicants.

Ms. D. S. Jape, Addl. Public Prosecutor, for respondent No.1 /

Mr. S. S. Deshmukh, Advocate for respondent No.2.



DATE : 05-10-2018.


1. At the outset, learned Advocate for the applicants seeks
permission to withdraw the application to the extent of applicant
nos.1 to 3.

2. Permission granted. The application stands disposed of as
withdrawn to the extent of applicant nos.1 to 3.

3. Rule. Rule made returnable forthwith. By consent, heard

4. Present application has been filed by original accused persons

invoking the inherent powers of this Court under Section 482 of the

Code of Criminal Procedure in order to quash the charge-sheet and

proceedings in R. C. C. No. 286 of 2018 filed with learned Judicial

Magistrate First Class, 6th Court, Nanded, for the offences punishable

under Section 498-A, 377, 354, 323, 504, 506 read with 34 of the

Indian Penal Code arising from First Information Report vide Cr. No.

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0211 of 2017 registered with Vimantal Police Station, Nanded.

5. Respondent No.2 got married to applicant No. 1 on 29-01-

2001. Applicant No.2 and 3 are the parents of applicant No. 1.

Applicant No.4 is the brother of applicant No. 1. Applicant No. 6 is

the sister and applicant No. 5 is the husband of applicant No.6.

6. Respondent No.2 – informant has contended that, she has a

son and a daughter out of the wedlock. She is serving as Secretary

with an Institution at Vasmat since last three years, prior to the FIR

on 02-07-2017. At the time of marriage, her father had given 45

tolas of gold ornaments, 2 kg silver, cash of Rs.10,00,000/-,

household articles like fridge, Air conditioner, sofa, cot, washing

machine, colour T. V., show-case, dressing table, utensiles. Applicant

No. 2 and 3 started picking the errors of informant in doing

household work after six months of marriage and insulting her on

that count. They were harassing her mentally and physically. Her

father-in-law had tried to outrage her modesty in 2006, when other

members of the family had gone out. The said incident was disclosed

by her to her father on the next day. Therefore, her father had taken

her to his house, where she had stayed for about 6 months with her

children. Thereafter, her husband came there and started residing

there with them. Her husband and she herself had taken a house on

rent at Sharadanagar, Nanded in 2008 for the purpose of education

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of children. She told her husband to bring income from agricultural

land as they were in need for the purpose of education of children.

Applicant No. 6 and 5 told applicant No. 1 that they will see how her

father maintains her and children, since she had gone to reside in

the house of father. Applicants No. 2 and 3 had instigated applicant

No. 1 and applicant No. 6 refused to give share from the land. On

the instigation by other applicants, applicant No. 1 had assaulted her

as well as her children. Thereafter they shifted to the rented

premises in Anandnagar, Nanded. She was harassed at that place

also by her husband. Applicants were raising supicion over her

character. They against shifted to the rented premises in

Paturkarnagar, Nanded and the harassment continued. All the

applicants had given her threat to kill in 2017, when she was in her

office. Applicants had forced her to perform pooja for black magic

through a Mantrik. Daughter was beaten by applicant No. 1 in 2017.

Applicant No. 1 had unnatural sex with her many times, when she

had refused, at that time he had tried to strangulate her. Again she

as well as her children were beaten by applicant No. 1 in April and

May 2017. Therefore, she has lodged the report.

7. The applicants have contended that, the allegations in the FIR

are false and frivolous. No such incident had ever taken place as

narrated in the FIR. Applicant No. 6 got married to applicant No. 5

on 24-04-1992 i.e. much prior to the marriage of applicant No. 1

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and respondent No. 2. They both reside at Kurunda, Tal. Vasamat,

Dist. Hingoli. Applicant No. 4 resides separately from applicant No. 1

to 3. Informant desired to establish Society by name Astha

Education and Welfare Education Society at Parbhani. The said

institution started a school at Vasamat. Applicant No. 1 was

President of the Society, but he was removed abruptly. In his place

one Abhay Dange has been appointed in 2016. Informant developed

intimacy with Abhay Dange, as it is evident from Whats App

messages. The FIR is belated. Informant comes from a financially

sound family and therefore, not willing to stay at Hivara. Applicant

No. 1 had shifted himself at various places as per her desire. The

differences arose due to difference in financial status. Perusal of

charge-sheet would show that no offence has been made against

them. Therefore, they have prayed for quashment of the proceeding.

8. Heard learned Advocate Mr. R. S. Deshmukh appearing on

behalf of applicants, learned Addl. Public Prosecutor Ms. D. S. Jape

and learned Advocate Mr. S. S. Deshmukh appearing for respondent

No.2. When it was pointed out to the learned advocate for the

applicants that, this Court is not inclined to grant any relief to

applicants No.1 to 3, he prayed for withdrawal of the application as

against them.

9. The application was considered only for the allegations against

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the married sister-in-law applicant No.6, her husband applicant

No.5, brother applicant No. 4. Applicant No. 5 and 6 are residing at

Kurunda, Tal. Vasamat, Dist. Hingoli. Though applicant No. 4 is also

residing at Hivara, no specific role is attributed to him. Applicant No.

5 and 6 got married much prior to the marriage of informant. Their

casual visits to the house of applicant No. 2 and 3 can not be taken

as premeditated. Further informant herself has stated that she and

applicant No. 1, with their children started residing in Nanded since

2008. There was no allegations of demand of money. If at all there

would have been a demand it would have been mainly by the

husband when he was residing with informant. There are different

allegations against father-in-law. The statements of the witnesses

are on the same line. Most important point, which requires to be

considered at this stage is that both the children have given

statement against father. The other allegations against applicants

No. 4 to 6 are that they acted in chorus, which can not be taken

within the purview of Sec. 498A of Indian Penal Code. So, it appears

that, as a routine all the relatives of the husband have been roped.

It would be futile exercise to ask applicants No. 4 to 6 to face the

trial. Under such circumstance relief is required to be granted to the

applicants No. 4 to 6 by invoking the inherent powers of this Court

under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. Hence,

following order.

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1) Application of applicants No. 1 to 3 stands
disposed of as withdrawn.

2) Application of applicants No. 4 to 6 is hereby

3) Relief is granted in terms of prayer clause “C” to
the applicants No. 4 to 6 only.

4) Rule made absolute in the above terms.



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