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Subhash Chhabilal Patil And … vs The State Of Maharashtra And … on 25 July, 2018

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1) Subhash s/o Chhabilal Patil,
Age 28 years, Occ. Business,
R/o. Dnyaneshwar Colony,
Behind Pratap College, Amalner,
Dist. Jalgaon.

2) Balu s/o Chabilal Patil,
Age 49 years, Occ. Business.
R/o. Plot No. 47, Gat No. 29,
Muktainagar, Jalgaon.

3) Sarjerao @ Sanjay Chhagan Patil,
Age 44 years, Occ. Business,
R/o. As above.

4) Hemangi w/o Hemant Bhamre,
Age 27 years, Occ. Service,
Presently working as District
Settlement Officer, at Collectorate,
Office, Dhule, R/o. 85, Adarsh
Nagar, Balwadi Shivar, Dhule. … Applicants
(Original Accused No.
2 to 4 and 15)

1) The State of Maharashtra.
2) Jayabai Mahendra Patil,
Age 21 years, Occ., Household,
R/o. Plot No. 23, Dnyaneshwar
Colony, Behind Pratap College,
Amalner, Dist. Jalgaon, presently
residing at Dahiwad, Tq. Chalisgaon, … Respondents.
Dist. Jalgaon. (Respondent No. 2
is Orig. Complainant)


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Advocate for Applicants : Mr. Pawar H.F.
APP for Respondent No. 1 : Mr. S. J. Salgare.
Advocate for Respondent No. 2 : Mr. P.B. Patil.

DATE : 25th JULY, 2018


1. Rule. Rule made returnable forthwith.

2. By consent heard both sides for final disposal.

3. The applicants have filed application under section 482 of the
Code of Criminal Procedure for relief of quashing the proceeding Reg.
Criminal Case No. 107/2012 pending on the file of learned Judicial
Magistrate First Class, Chalisgaon, arising out of Crime No. 132/2011
registered at Mehunbare Police Station, District Jalgaon, for the offences
punishable under section 498A, 406, 323, 504, 506 read with section 34
of the Indian Penal Code.

4. The respondent No. 2 herein lodged complaint with police
station on 18.12.2011 by alleging that on 10.05.2009 she married with
one Mahendra Ashok Patil. After marriage her husband Mahendra,
father-in-law Ashok, mother-in-law Pushpabai were demanding an
amount of Rs. 3,60,000/- to release the landed property at village Bohra
Tq. Amalner. When respondent No. 2 expressed her inability to pay
such huge amount, at that time the husband, mother-in-law and father-
in-law of the respondent No. 2 abused her and started illtreatment.


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5. It is further alleged that when she was residing with her
husband, mother-in-law and father-in-law, the applicants instigating the
husband, mother-in-law and father-in-law and they were abusing her.
Respondent No. 2 was not in position to bring the money therefore
drove her out of the house. On the instigation of the applicants the
father-in-law, mother-in-law and husband of the respondent No. 2
illtreating her. On the basis of the first information report offence came
to be registered and after investigation the charge-sheet has been filed
before the Judicial Magistrate, First Class, Chalisgaon.

6. From the contents of the first information report and other
record it appears that there are allegations of mental and physical
illtreatment at the hands of husband, mother-in-law and father-in-law.
The allegations against the applicants are about the instigation to the
husband for making illegal demand etc. On perusal of the record it
appears that the applicant No. 1 and 2 are cousin brother-in-laws of the
respondent No. 2, applicant No. 3 is husband of sister of accused
Mahendra/husband and applicant No. 4 is cousin niece of accused
Mahendra/husband. They appears to be residing separately from the
respondent No. 2 and her husband. The applicant No. 1 is residing at
Amalner, applicants No. 2 and 3 are residing at Muktainagar and
applicant No. 4 is residing at her service place at Dhule. The allegations
against these applicants are absolutely vague. No specific instance or
particular act alleged or quoted in first information report against the
present applicants. There are specific allegations against the husband,
father-in-law and mother-in-law of the respondent No. 2. Furthermore,
the copy of Hindu Marriage Petition No. 480/2015 and its judgment are


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placed on record. From which it appears that respondent no. 2 and her
husband Mahendra moved an application under section 13-B of the
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, for divorce by mutual consent and that
petition was allowed on 20.04.2016.

7. In view of the above, it seems that the applicants are
unnecessarily involved in the present crime that too without any specific
allegations against them. Therefore, due to such allegations the criminal
prosecution cannot allowed to be continued against them. Hence,
application is allowed. Relief is granted in terms of prayer clause ‘B’.
Rule is made absolute in those terms.

8. Criminal application is disposed of.



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