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M. NARAYANA BHAT v. RDO., KANHANGAD - Crl Rev Pet No. 767 of 1997(8)  RD-KL 820 (20 September 2006)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF KERALA AT ERNAKULAMCrl Rev Pet No. 767 of 1997(8)
1. M.NARAYANA BHAT
1. RDO., KANHANGAD
For Petitioner :SRI.M.RAMESH CHANDER
For Respondent :SRI.M.SASINDRAN
The Hon'ble MR. Justice K.PADMANABHAN NAIR
O R D E R
K. PADMANABHAN NAIR ,JCrl.R.P.NO.767 OF 1997 Dated, this the 20th day of September, 2006
ORDERAdvocate Shri M.Sasindran takes notice for respondents 2 to 13. Learned Public Prosecutor takes notice for respondent No.1. So there is no defect. Criminal Revision Petition itself is heard and disposed of as agreed to both sides.
2. The petitioner filed a petition before the Sub Divisional Magistrate, Kasaragod alleging that the respondents caused obstruction to a public pathway. There was also a prayer to initiate proceedings under Section 107 of Criminal Procedure Code. The Sub Divisional Magistrate conducted a local inspection and noticed that though initially some obstructions were caused to a public pathway, but on the date of examination there was no obstruction existed and the road was fit for vehicular traffic. It is also held that there is no material to initiate action under Section 107 of Criminal Procedure Code and hence dropped further proceedings. I do not find any reason to interfere with the impugned order after a lapse of nine years. If any obstruction is now caused, it is open to the petitioner to approach the competent authority for redressal of his grievance. In the result, the Criminal Revision Petition is disposed of as above. K. PADMANABHAN NAIR
K.PADMANABHAN NAIR, J.Crl.R.P.NO.767 OF 1997
ORDER20TH SEPTEMBER, 2006
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