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Ramanand Ram & Ors vs The State Of Bihar Through The … on 14 March, 2018

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA
Criminal Miscellaneous No.14614 of 2014
Arising Out of PS.Case No. -4 Year- 2014 Thana -M AHILA PS District- GOPALGANJ

1. Ramanand Ram, Son of Late Shanker Ram

2. Phulkalo Devi, W/o Ramanand Ram

3. Dharmendra Ram @ Dharmendra Kumar Ram S/O Ramanand Ram

4. Mahendra Ram S/o Ramanand Ram

5. Sailendra Ram S/o Ramanand Ram

6. Sandhya Devi, D/o Ramanand Ram All Are Resident Of Village- Bhalua, P.S.-
Badharia, District- Siwan

…. …. Petitioner/s
Versus

1. The State Of Bihar, Through The Director General Of Police, Bihar, Patna

2. The Inspector General Of Police, Bihar, Patna

3. The Deputy Inspector General Of Police, Saran Division, Saran

4. The Superintendent Of Police, Siwan Null Null

5. The Officer In Charge Of The Badhariya Police Station, District Siwan

6. Rita Devi, W/O Late Jitendra Ram And Daughter Of Ram Ashish Ram Resident
Of Village- Bhalua, P.S.- Badharia, District- Siwan. At Present- D/O Ramashis h
Ram Resident Of Village- Dhamapakad, P.S.- Manjha Gardh, P.O.- Domariya,
District- Gopalganj

…. …. Opposite Party/s

Appearance :

For the Petitioner/s : Mr. Kundan Kumar
For the Opposite Party/s : Mr. Anil Kumar, A.P.P.

CORAM: HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE ARVIND SRIVASTAVA
C.A.V. JUDGMENT
Date: 14-03-2018

Heard both the parties.

2. Petitioners, by means of this application under

section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, have invoked the

inherent jurisdiction of this Court with prayer to quash the First

Information Report of Mahila Thana Case No. 04 of 2014 dated

10.02.2014 registered for the offences under sections 498A, 406/34 of

the Indian Penal Code.

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3. Submission of learned counsel for the petitioners is

that on the same and similar facts with similar allegations,

Complainant had earlier filed Complaint Case No. 56 of 2011, as

contained in Annexure-2. Besides that, in connection with the same

occurrence, complainant also lodged Badharia P.S. Case No. 186 of

2012 for the offence under sections 406, 420, 467, 468 and 120(B) of

the I.P.C., as contained in Annexure-3. In both the above mentioned

cases, petitioners are on bail. Learned counsel further submits that one

should not be allowed to suffer again and again for the same and

similar cause.

4. Learned counsel appearing on behalf of the opposite

party submits that in the present case, charge-sheet has already been

submitted and cognizance has also been taken and as such, this

application has become infructuous.

5. In the view of the above facts and circumstance of

the case, this application has become infructuous. It is dismissed

accordingly.

(Arvind Srivastava, J)
Shailendra/-

AFR/NAFR NAFR
CAV DATE 30.10.2017
Uploading Date 14.03.2018
Transmission 14.03.2018
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