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Shri Vaman Madhukar Sonavale vs The State Of Maharashtra on 28 March, 2019

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY
CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION
CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 667 OF 1999

Shri Vaman Madhukar Sonavale. ..Appellant.
V/s.
The State of Maharashtra. ..Respondent.
Mr. Ujwal R. Agandsurve, advocate for appellant.
Mr. S.R. Agarkar, APP for State.

CORAM : SMT. SADHANA S. JADHAV,J.

DATE : MARCH 28, 2019.

P. C. :
1 For the reasons recorded separately, following operative
order is passed :

(i) The appeal is partly allowed.

(ii) The conviction for the offence punishable under section 498A

of the Indian Penal Code vide Judgment and Order dated 30/10/1999

passed by IV Additional Sessions Judge, Satara is upheld. However, the

sentence of fine is modified. The appellant to pay fine of Rs. 15,000/-

within 4 weeks from today in Sessions Court at Satara. Upon failure to

pay fine amount, the learned Sessions Court at Satara shall issue non-

bailable warrant and take accused to custody.

(iii) The conviction for the offence punishable under section 306

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of the Indian Penal Code vide Judgment and Order dated 30/10/1999

passed by IV Additional Sessions Judge, Satara is quashed and set aside.

The appellant is acquitted of the said charge.

(iv) Writ be issued immediately.

The appeal is disposed of accordingly.

[SMT. SADHANA S. JADHAV, J.]

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