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Yasahpal v. Ashok Kumar & Ors - CR-2987-2006  RD-P&H 3560 (3 July 2006)
C.R. No. 2987 of 006
Decided on 25.5.2006.
Yasahpal ..... petitioner
Ashok Kumar and others ...... respondents.
Coram: Hon'ble Mr.Justice Pritam Pal
Present: Mr. Naresh Gopal Sharma,Advocate,for the petitioner PRITAM PAL,J:(ORAL)
Learned counsel for the petitioner contends that if one opportunity is granted to the petitioner for recording the statement of Ashok Kumar PW, then he would close his evidence before the trial Court. A claim petition has been filed by the petitioner before the trial Court for compensation on account of the injuries sustained by him in a vehicular accident.
In the facts and circumstances of the case, I do not feel that any notice is required to be issued to the respondents. Thus, taking an over all view of the matter, this Civil Revision is disposed of at this stage with the direction that the learned Motor Accident Claims Tribunal,shall give only one effective opportunity to the petitioner for the examination of only Ashok Kumar PW, to be brought at his own responsibility.
May 25,2006 (Pritam Pal)
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