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Rangu vs State Of Karnataka on 25 April, 2017

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU

DATED THIS THE 25TH DAY OF APRIL, 2017

BEFORE

THE HON’ BLE MRS. JUSTICE RATHNAKALA

CRIMINAL PETITION NO.2155/2017

BETWEEN

RANGU,
AGED ABOUT 41 YEARS,
S/O. BASAPPA,
R/AT NO.4, 2ND CROSS,
JAYANAGARA,
MYSURU-571 014
…PETITIONER
(BY SRI P. NATARAJU, ADV.)

AND

STATE OF KARNATAKA,
BY ASHOKAPURAM POLICE STATION,
MYSURU DISTRICT
REPRESENTED BY
STATE PUBLIC PROSECUTOR,
HIGH COURT BUILDING,
BENGALURU-560 001
…RESPONDENT
(BY SRI K. NAGESHWARAPPA, HCGP)

THIS CRIMINAL PETITION IS FILED UNDER SECTION
439 OF CR.P.C., PRAYING TO ENLARGE THE PEITIONER ON
BAIL IN CRIME NO.5/2017 OF ASHOKPURAM POLICE
STATION, MYSURU CITY, FOR THE OFFENCES PUNISHABLE
UNDER SECTIONS, 498A AND 306 R/W. 34 OF IPC.
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THIS PETITION COMING ON FOR ORDERS, THIS DAY,
THE COURT MADE THE FOLLOWING:

ORDER

The respondent-police registered a F.I.R. against the

petitioner and his sisters, in its Crime No.5/2017 dated

18.01.2017 for the offences punishable under Sections

498A and 306 read with 34 IPC.

2. During the pendency of the petition charge sheet is

filed for the very same offences against all the four

accused. The allegation is that the deceased Divya and the

petitioner were married for 8 years and they have a child

from their wedlock. Ever since their marriage the

petitioner-accused No.1 was harassing the deceased

physically and mentally. Accused Nos.2 to 4 also used to

inflict mental and physical torture on the deceased

whenever they visited the house of the couples.

3. Unable to bear with their torture, the deceased

whenever returned to her parents’ home, she was consoled
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and sent back to the matrimonial home. Finally on

18.01.2017 the petitioner committed suicide by hanging

herself in the matrimonial home.

4. Perused the Post-Mortem Report, except ligature

injury on the neck of the deceased, no other injury is

noticed on the dead body.. The case of the prosecution

since rests entirely on the circumstantial evidence and the

investigation since completed, there is no impediment to

allow the petition.

5. Accordingly, petition is allowed. Petitioner is ordered

to be enlarged on bail on his executing self bond for a sum

of Rs.1,00,000/- with one surety for the like sum. He shall

attend the Court regularly on all the hearing dates and

shall not threaten the prosecution witnesses.

Sd/-

JUDGE

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