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Rajat Bhatia vs State Of Punjab on 16 August, 2017


Criminal Misc. M- No. 11241 of 2017 (OM)
Date of decision : August 16, 2017

Rajat Bhatia …..Petitioner


State of Punjab and another ….Respondents


Present: Mr. Naveen Bawa, Advocate
for the petitioner.

Mr. Devinder Bir Singh, DAG, Punjab.

Mr. Zorawar Singh Chauhan, Advocate
for respondent No. 2.



Prayer in this petition is for grant of anticipatory bail to the

petitioner in FIR No.234 dated 07.11.2016 registered under Section 406,

498A IPC at Police Station Phillaur, District Jalandhar.

It is submitted that during the pendency of this petition, the

matter has been amicably resolved before the Mediation and Conciliation

Centre of this Court on 07.07.2017. Settlement/compromise dated

07.07.2017 is available on the file of this Court. It is informed that the

petitioner and his wife – respondent No. 2 have resumed co-habitation.

Learned counsel for respondent No. 2 submits that his client

has no objection in case this petition is allowed subject to strict adherence to

the terms and conditions of the settlement by the petitioner.

Learned counsel for the State, on instructions from HC Satnam

Singh verifies that the petitioner has joined investigation.

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There are no allegations on behalf of the State that the

petitioner is likely to abscond or that he is likely to dissuade the

witnesses from deposing true facts in the Court, if released on bail.

Keeping in view the facts and circumstances noted above,

specifically settlement/compromise dated 07.07.2017 but without

expressing any opinion on the merits of case, it is considered just and

expedient to allow this petition. Consequently, order dated 03.04.2017 is

made absolute.

However, liberty is afforded to respondent No.2 to move an

appropriate application in this matter, in case the terms and conditions of

settlement between the parties are not adhered to by the petitioner.

(Lisa Gill)
August 16, 2017 Judge
Whether speaking/reasoned : Yes/No

Whether reportable : Yes/No

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