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Bombay HC- Possibility of false implication by Wife cannot be ruled out, hence Anticipatory Bail Granted.

Another order from Justice. M. L. Tahilyani on false case by wife….

“I have gone through the First Information Report and police papers, particularly the spot panchanama.   Spot  panchanama does not indicate that the signs of kerosene were found on the spot.  Nothing incriminating was seized from the spot   by   the   police.     This   indicates   that   probably   no   such incident had occurred.

5. I have also gone through the Medical Report.  The Medical   Officer   has   not   stated   that   the   clothes   of   the  complainant were smelling kerosene when she was examined. There was no serious injury on her body.  Possibility of false
implication cannot be ruled out.””

Continue to read full order

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY,
NAGPUR BENCH, AT NAGPUR.
CRIMINAL APPLICATION (ABA) NO.269 OF 2014

(Charansingh Jaising Rathod and others ..vs.. The State of Maharashtra, through PSO, PS Digras,
District Yavatmal)
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Office Notes, Office Memoranda of Coram,

Court’s or Judge’s orders appearances, Court’s orders of directions and Registrar’s orders
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Shri J.B. Kasat, Advocate for the applicants,
Mrs. Rashi Deshpande, Addl.P.P. for the non­applicant/State.

CORAM :  M.L.TAHALIYANI, J.

DATED  :  16­06­2014

Heard   learned   Counsel   Shri   J.B.   Kasat   for   the  applicants   and   learned   Additional   Public   Prosecutor   Mrs.
Rashi Deshpande for the non­applicant/State.

2. The   complainant   was   married   to   one   Manik Charansingh   Rathod   on   11­12­2013.     It   was   intercaste  marriage.  It appears that the family members of Manik were against the marriage.   It further appears that there was a
dispute in the family and therefore, a criminal case for the offence punishable under Section 498­A read with Section 34
of the Indian Penal Code was lodged by the complainant. Thereafter the complainant was staying on rent in the house
of Shri Shahade at Yavatmal along with her mother.

3. The incident  had occurred on 05­5­2014.    The complainant was going to the house of Postman at the time of  incident.     It   is   alleged   that   the   applicants   had   poured kerosene on her while she was proceeding to the house of postman.   She had lodged report at Police Station for the offences punishable under Sections 285 and 323 read with Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code.  It appears that later on Section 307 of the Indian Penal Code has also been added.

4. I have gone through the First Information Report and police papers, particularly the spot panchanama.   Spot  panchanama does not indicate that the signs of kerosene were found on the spot.  Nothing incriminating was seized from the
spot   by   the   police.     This   indicates   that   probably   no   such incident had occurred.

5. I have also gone through the Medical Report.  The Medical   Officer   has   not   stated   that   the   clothes   of   the  complainant were smelling kerosene when she was examined. There was no serious injury on her body.  Possibility of false
implication cannot be ruled out.  Hence, I pass the following order.
The applicants be released on bail in the sum of Rs.10,000/­   (rupees   ten   thousand)   each   with   one   solvent  surety in the like amount for each of them, in the event of their arrest in First Information Report No. of 156/2014 of
Digras   Police   Station,   District   Yavatmal,   for   the   offences punishable under Section 285, 323, 354­A and 307 read with
Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code.

The   applicants   shall   attend   the   office   of   the  Investigating   Officer   as   and   when   required   by   the  Investigating Officer till the investigation is completed.
The application stands disposed of accordingly.

JUDGE
pma

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