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Ranvir Singh vs State Of Punjab And Another on 7 April, 2021

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CRM-M-8892 of 2020
Decided on : 07.04.2021

Ranvir Singh ….. Petitioner


State of Punjab anr. …… Respondents


Present : Mr.Akhil Kashyap, Advocate, for
Mr.P.K.Kataria, Advocate, for the petitioner.

Mr.Prabhjot Singh Walia, AAG, Punjab.

Mr.Anish Verma, Advocate, for
the complainant/respondent No.2.

Manjari Nehru Kaul, J.

The instant petition has been filed under Section 482 Cr.PC

for quashing of FIR No.56 dated 20.09.2016 under Sections 406, 498A

IPC, registered at Police Station Rawalpindi, District Kapurthala and

all the consequential proceedings arising out of the same, on the basis

of compromise deed dated 03.02.2020 (Annexure P-2) arrived at,

between the parties.

Vide order dated 28.02.2020 of this Court, the parties were

directed to appear before the learned trial Court/Illaqa Magistrate on

27.03.2020 to get their statements recorded regarding the compromise

arrived at, between them but due to lock down, the parties could not

appear before the Court below for recording their statements with

regard to compromise. Thereafter, vide order dated 12.02.2021, both

the parties were directed to appear on 08.03.2021 before the Court

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below for recording their respective statements and the trial Court was

ordered to submit its report on or before 07.04.2021.

Report dated 12.03.2021 has since been received from the

learned Judicial Magistrate Ist Class, Phagwara, in pursuance to the

direction of this Court. As per the report, the complainant has got

recorded her statement with respect to compromise having been

effected with the petitioner. However, the trial Court has submitted

that the statement of the petitioner could not be recorded through video

conferencing as the requisite facilities were not available there.

Learned counsel for the complainant has submitted that

ever since the matter having been amicably settled between the parties

the complainant has been happily living in her matrimonial home at

Phagwara since February 2020, hence the present FIR along with all

the consequential proceedings arising out of the same may be quashed.

Learned State counsel also submits that there are no other

accused other than the petitioner and respondent No.2 is the only

aggrieved persons in the FIR in question.

In view of the report of the learned Judicial Magistrate Ist

Class, Phagwara, and the principles laid down by the Apex Court in

Gian SinghVs. State of Punjab and others (2012) 10 SCC 303, and also

by the Full Bench of this Court in Kulwinder Singh and others Vs.

State of Punjab and another, 2007(3) RCR (Criminal) 1052, the instant

petition is allowed. The aforesaid FIR and all consequential

proceedings arising out of it, are quashed.

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Needless to say the parties shall remain bound by the terms

of compromise.


Whether speaking/reasoned : Yes/No
Whether reportable: Yes/No

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