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Sukhjinder Singh vs State Of Punjab And Others on 16 October, 2019

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA
AT CHANDIGARH

CRM-M No.23166 of 2019
Date of decision: 16th October, 2019

Sukhjinder Singh
… Petitioner
Versus
State of Punjab others
… Respondents

CORAM: HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE FATEH DEEP SINGH

Present: Petitioner in person along with
Mr. Raman Mohinder Sharma, Advocate.
Mr. Pawan Sharda, Sr. Dy. Advocate General, Punjab
for the respondent No.1/State.
Respondents No.2 3 in person along with
Mr. Deshpreet Singh, Advocate.

FATEH DEEP SINGH, J. (ORAL)

Report dated 13.06.2019 of learned Judicial Magistrate 1st

Class, Sunam has been received whereby after recording statements of

complainants Karamjit Singh and Kuldeep Kaur as well as the accused

namely Sukhjinder Singh, the Court has shown its satisfaction that the

compromise has been arrived at voluntarily, out of free will of the parties,

without any undue influence, coercion or pressure.

Moreover, during the course of interaction with the parties,

they have shown their resolve to end the dispute and have made

statements that they have compromised the matter as per compromise

(Annexure P2) dated 29.04.2019 and shall abide by the same.

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Heard.

In the light of the satisfaction shown by the Court and the fact

that the dispute between the parties being a pure matrimonial and the

offenses for which the accused has been hauled up are not of serious

nature, together with the fact that compromise will go a long way in

ironing out differences for betterment of future life of the parties and in

view of the law laid down in ‘SectionGian Singh v. State of Punjab and

another’ 2012(4) RCR (Criminal) 543 and ‘SectionKulwinder Singh and

others v. State of Punjab and another’ 2007 (3) RCR (Criminal)

1052, the prayer made in the petition is allowed, proceedings by way of

FIR No.166 dated 26.09.2018 under Sections 498A, Section406 IPC pertaining

to Police Station Dirba and all consequences arising out of the said FIR

qua the petitioner are quashed.

The petition stands disposed off in those terms.

(FATEH DEEP SINGH)
JUDGE
October 16, 2019
rps
Whether speaking/reasoned Yes/No
Whether reportable Yes/No

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