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Sarabjit Lal vs State Of Punjab on 22 March, 2017

CRM No.M-28148 of 2016(OM)                                                    [1]




       IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT
                       CHANDIGARH

                                    Criminal Misc. No.M- 28148 of 2016(OM)
                                               Date of Decision: March 22 , 2017.

Sarabjit Lal                      ...... PETITIONER (s)

               Versus

State of Punjab and another                ...... RESPONDENT (s)


CORAM:- HON'BLE MRS.JUSTICE LISA GILL

Present:       Ms. Arti Kaur, Advocate
               for the petitioner.

               Mr. K.D.Sachdeva, Addl.AG, Punjab.

               Mr. Vaibhav Narang, Advocate
               for respondent No.2.
                                  *****
               1. Whether reporters of local papers may be allowed to see
                  the judgment?
               2. To be referred to the reporters or not?
               3. Whether the judgment should be reported in the digest?
                                  *****

LISA GILL, J.

Mr. Vaibhav Narang, Advocate appears on behalf of respondent

No.2 and files his power of attorney. The same is taken on record subject to

just exceptions.

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

petitioner in FIR No.24 dated 25.06.2016 under Sections 406/498A IPC

registered at Police Station City Banga.

It is informed by learned counsel for the parties that the entire

dispute has been resolved amicably between the parties. Petition under

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Section 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 has been filed. Statements of

the parties at first motion have already been recorded. Learned counsel for

respondent No.2 further submits that respondent No.2 has no objection in case

this petition is allowed.

Learned counsel for the State, on instructions from ASI Bhola

Amir Singh, verifies that the petitioner has joined investigation and he is not

required for custodial interrogation. No recovery is to be effected from him.

There are no allegations on behalf of the State that the petitioner

is likely to abscond, if released on bail. Keeping in view the facts and

circumstances but without commenting upon or expressing any opinion on the

merits of the case, this petition is allowed. Consequently, order dated

12.08.2016 is made absolute.



                                                        ( LISA GILL )
March 22 , 2017.                                            JUDGE
'om'

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




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