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Sri C T Anand vs State Of Karnataka on 7 February, 2019

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU

DATED THIS THE 07TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2019

BEFORE

THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE JOHN MICHAEL CUNHA

CRIMINAL PETITION No.8759 OF 2016

BETWEEN:

1. Sri. C.T. Anand,
S/o Dr. Tulasiram Naik,
Aged about 35 years,
R/of No. 239,
21st Cross, 7th Main,
BSK II Stage,
Bengaluru – 560 070.

2. Smt. Manjula Bai,
W/o Dr. Tulasiram Naik,
Aged about 55 years,
R/of No. 239,
21st Cross, 7th Main,
BSK II Stage,
Bengaluru – 560 070.

3. Dr. Tulasiram Naik, M.A, P.Hd,
Aged about 66 years,
Retired Senior Revenue
Officer, BBMP,
Bengaluru,
R/of No. 239,
21st Cross, 7th Main,
BSK II Stage,
Bengaluru – 560 070.
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4. Smt. Manohari,
D/o Dr. Tulasiram Naik,
W/o Sri. Shankar Naik,
Aged about 35 years,
R/of C/o Sanman Jewellers,
Ikkari, Singadhara Road,
Sagara,
Shivamogga – 577 401.

5. Smt. C.T. Jyothi @ Chaitra,
D/o Dr. Tulasiram Naik,
W/o L. Chidambaram,
Aged about 31 years,
R/of No.10, 6th Cross,
Ullal Main Road,
Jnanajyothi Nagar,
Bengaluru – 560 056.

6. Sri. L. Chidambaram,
S/o Laxman Naik,
Aged about 38 years,
R/of No.10, 6th Cross,
Ullal Main Road,
Jnanajyothi Nagar,
Bengaluru – 560 056.

7. Sri. Shankar Naik,
S/o Surya Naik,
Aged about 43 years,
R/of C/o Sanman Jewellers,
Ikkari, Singadhara Road,
Sagara,
Shivamogga – 577 401. …Petitioners

(By Sri. B. Rangaswamy, Advocate – absent)
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AND:

1. State of Karnataka,
Rep. By its Station
House Officer,
Basavanagudi Women
Police Station,
Bengaluru – 560 061.

2. Smt. K. Jyothi @ Amrutha,
W/o C.T. Anand,
D/o Late Krishna Naik,
Aged about 25 years,
R/of No.24, 1st A Cross,
11th A Main,
Brindavana Layout,
Padmanabhanagar,
Bengaluru – 560 061. …Respondents

(By Sri. I.S Pramod Chandra, SPP-II for R1)

This Criminal Petition is filed under Section 482 of
Cr.P.C. praying to quash the entire proceedings initiated
against the petitioners in C.C No.3425/2014-Cr.No.61/2013
pending on the file of II A.C.M.M, Bengaluru, vide
Annexure-A.

This Criminal petition coming on for Admission, this
day, the Court made the following:

ORDER

Learned counsel for the petitioners is absent.

Perused the petition.

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2. Petitioners have sought to quash the

proceedings initiated against them in C.C.No.3425/2014.

3. The learned SPP-II who has taken notice for

respondent No.1 submits that trial in the aforesaid

C.C.No.3425/2014 is concluded and all the petitioners

namely accused Nos.1 to 7 are acquitted of the charges

under Section 498A, 504, 354 of IPC and Sections 3 and 4

of Dowry Prohibition Act, by judgment and order dated

08.12.2017.

In view of the above submission, petition does not

survive for consideration. Accordingly, petition is

dismissed.

Sd/-

JUDGE
SV/-

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