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Probhash Naskar & Ors vs Unknown on 29 August, 2019

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S/L 49
29-08-2019

Samrat
Ct. No. 42
CRR 2080 of 2019

In the matter of : Probhash Naskar Ors.

Mr. Sumanta Chakraborty,
Mr. Sukanta Chakraborty,
Mr. Niranjan Chattopadhyay

… For the Petitioner

Mr. Imran Ali,
Mrs. Debjani Sahu

… For the State.

This is an application praying for expeditious disposal of a

proceeding under Sections 498A, 406 read with Section 34 of the

Indian Penal Code.

Learned Counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner

submits as follows. The First Information Report was lodged in

the instant case in 2012. Despite the charge sheet being filed in

2013 and the charges being framed in 2016, till date the

proceeding has not been concluded. The de facto complainant /

wife had prayed for adjournments on several occasions. In fact, a

warrant of arrest is pending against her because she did not

appear to depose in Court.

Learned Counsel appearing on behalf of the State submits

as follows. Although the petitioners had also prayed for

adjournments on some occasions, the proceedings seems to have

got delayed largely for no fault of the petitioners. It is also true

that a warrant of arrest is pending against the de facto

complainant.

I have heard the submissions of the learned Counsels

appearing on behalf of the petitioners and the State and have

perused the revision petition.

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I do not think any prejudice will be caused to anyone if a

direction is passed for expeditious disposal of the case.

In the interest of justice, I direct the learned Court below to

conclude the proceedings as expeditiously as possible without

granting any unnecessary adjournment to any of the parties,

preferably within a period of one year from the next date of

hearing.

The learned Trial Court shall exercise all its power to

ensure the attendance of witnesses.

With these observations, the revisional application is

disposed of.

Urgent photostat copy of this order, if applied for, be

given to the parties upon compliance of all formalities.

(Jay Sengupta, J.)

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