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Smt. Sangita Sharma And Another vs Shri Rohit Kalia on 23 May, 2018


Cr. MMO  No.:                   191 of 2016

Date of Decision:               23.05.2018


Smt. Sangita Sharma and another ….Petitioners.


Shri Rohit Kalia …..Respondent.


The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ajay Mohan Goel, Judge
Whether approved for reporting?1    No

For the petitioners:         Mr. N.K. Thakur, Senior Advocate, with 
r         Mr. Divya Raj Singh, Advocate. 

For the respondent: Mr.   Bhupender   Gupta,   Senior   Advocate,
with   M/s   Neeraj   Gupta,   Ajit   Jaswal  
Poonam Gehlot, Advocates. 



 Ajay Mohan Goel, Judge 

On   21.04.2018,   this   Court   had   passed   the   following


“It is heartening to note that as a result of the efforts put
in by Mr. N.K.Sood, learned Senior Counsel, who was

requested by the Court to act as Mediator, as also as a
result of the positive attitude shown by the parties and
sincere   efforts   put   in   by   leaned   Counsel   representing
the   parties   now   the   matter   stands   amicably   resolved
between the parties. In fact, as a result of the mediation
proceedings, this Court stands informed that the parties
have agreed not to pursue the issue, subject matter of
Whether the reporters of the local papers may be allowed to see the Judgment?

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the present petition and all other matters pending intra
them in view of the settlement. Separate statements of
petitioner No. 1 as well as respondent stand recorded to
this effect. Terms and settlement so filed by the learned


Mediator,   execution   and   contents   whereof     stand
acknowledged   by   the   parties   and   their   respective
Counsel, is ordered to be taken on record and be treated

as part of the proceedings. 

Parties   have   stated   that   the   terms   and
settlement so arrived at between them shall be read not

only in this case but also in all other cases which are
pending   between   them   in   various   Courts,   which   also
find   mention   in   Terms   and   settlement.   Registry   is

directed   to   forthwith   call   for   records   of   all   the   cases
which are pending between the parties in various Courts
in the State of Himachal Pradesh, details of which shall

be   provided   by   the   learned   Counsel   for   the   parties
during the course of the day.

List on 23.05.2018 for further orders, as 

jointly prayed for.”

2. The details of the litigations, which now stand settled in

terms   of   the   settlement   arrived   at   between   the   parties   are   enumerated


“1.  Petition filed under Section 13 of the Hindu
Marriage   act   pending   in   the   Court   of   learned   District
Judge,   Una   being   HMA   No.   166   of   2017   alongwith
petition   under   Section   24   of   the   Hindu   Marriage   Act
bearing   Case   No.   HMA   24/12   of   2018,   titled   as
Sangeeta Kalia Vs. Rohit Kalia .

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2.  Petition filed under Section 125 of the Code
of Criminal  Procedure pending in the Court of learned
Chief Judicial Magistrate, Una bearing Case No. 125 Cr.
PC/13 of 2015 alongwith Execution Petition bearing No.


Cr.M.A. 591 of 2016, titled as Sangeeta Kalia Vs. Rohit

3.  Petition   filed   under   the   provisions   of

Domestic   Violence   Act,   titled   as   Sangeeta   Kalia   Vs.
Rohit   Kalia   pending   in   the   Court   of   learned   Chief
Judicial   Magistrate,   Una   bearing   Case   No.   D.V.   Act

34/2015 alongwith Cr. M.A. No. 308 of 2015, titled as
Sangeeta Kalia Vs. Rohit Kalia.

4.  Petition   filed   under   the   Guardians   and

Wards   Act   pending   before   the   Court   of   learned   Civil
Judge (Senior Division), Una, bearing Case No. GWA No.
3 of 2015, titled as Rohit Kalia Vs. Sangeeta Kalia.

5.  FIR   No.   284   of   2015   (UTR/CR/39/2016)
registered for commission of offence under Section 498­
a of the Indian Penal Code against Shri Rohit Kalia and

others   pending   before   the   Court   of   learned   Chief

Judicial Magistrate, Una.

3. Statements of the parties recorded on 21.04.2018 shall also
form part of this order, as also the terms of settlement entered into before
the   learned   Mediator.   Report   of   the   learned   Mediator   is   reproduced

“Pursuant   to   the   orders   of   the   even   date
passed by the Hon’ble Court, the records of the case
have  been sent for attempting a mediated  settlement
between   the   parties   of   all   their   pending   disputes.   In

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this   background,   learned   counsel  for  the   parties  and
the parties as above alongwith S/sh. Baldev Raj Kalia,
Smt. Meena Kalia (parents of the respondent) and Sh.
Somnath   Sharma,   father   of   the   petitioner   are   also


present to join the mediation proceedings. 

During   the   course   of   deliberation   held
between the parties in presence of their Ld. Counsel as

also   in   individual   sessions,   it   transpires   that   parties
are   locked   in   multifarious   litigation.   There   are   about
ten   cases   pending   in   different   Courts   between   the

parties   at   Chandigarh,   Una   and   in   the   Hon’ble   High
Court of Himachal Pradesh at Shimla. 

The   parties   and   the   learned   counsel

remained associated in the mediation process today for
more than eight hours. With the assistance of learned
counsels   and   meaningful   positive   attitude   of   the

parties, all pending disputes between them have been
settled   as   per   settlement   separately   recorded.   Thus,
the Registry is requested to arrange the listing of the

case   and   also   placing   this   report   before   the   Hon’ble

Court for appropriate orders on 21.04.2018.”

4. In view of the report of the learned Mediator, as also the

terms   of   settlement   and   order   dated   21.04.2018,   coupled   with   the

statements of the parties, separately recorded in the case, this petition is

disposed of in terms of the settlement so arrived at between the parties and

all the cases  inter se  the parties, which have been mentioned hereinabove

are also ordered to be closed. Parties shall be at liberty to apprise this fact

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to the respective Courts where these matters are pending by producing a

copy of this order before the said Court. 

5. This Court places on record its appreciation to the efforts put


in by the learned Mediator, as also by the learned Senior Counsel for the

parties and  also  to the parties  to the lis,  who  agreed  to have the  issues

between   them   amicably   settled   in   terms   of   the   settlement   so   arrived   at.

Liberty is reserved to the parties to approach this Court in case need so

arises   with   regard   to   the   closure   of   the   cases,   including   criminal   cases,

which are presently pending between the parties.

Miscellaneous applications, if any, also stand disposed of. 

  (Ajay Mohan Goel)
May 23, 2018

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