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Ranjit Singh And Others v. State Of U.P. Thru;' Principal Secy.min. Of Home, Lkw. & Ors - CRIMINAL MISC. WRIT PETITION No. 9720 of 2005  RD-AH 3203 (20 September 2005)
Criminal Misc. Writ Petition No. 9720/2005
Ranjit Singh & ors. Vs. State of U. P. & ors
Criminal Misc. Writ Petition No. 9721/2005
Randhir Singh Vs. State of U. P. & others
Hon'ble S.S. Kulshreshtha, J.
Hon'ble K. N. Ojha, J.
Heard and also perused the materials on the record.
Both the petitions are taken together as common question of fact and law are involved in as much as the same FIR registered at Case Crime No. 255 of 2005, under sections 498A, 304B I.P.C. and 3 / 4 Dowry Prohibition Act, Police station Bhognipur, district Kanpur Dehat, has been challenged.
The victim woman sustained burn injuries. The incident had taken place in the house of the petitioners of writ petition no. 9720 of 2005 and they are in know of the fact leading to the unfortunate happening and burn injuries sustained by the victim woman. As regards Randhir Singh, petitioner of writ petition no. 9721/05 is concerned, sufficient materials have been brought on record that he is uncle-in-law of the victim and is living separately and even ration card is also separate. As regards Sri Rajaram, petitioner no. 2 of writ petition no. 9720/05 is said to be grandfather of the husband of the victim woman and is about 85 years of age and is old and inferred person. Petitioner no. 3 Km. Geeta Devi is unmarried girl of 13 years of age.
Having regards the facts and circumstances of the case the arrest of petitioners Rajaram & Km. Geeta Devi of writ petition no. 9720/05 and Randhir Singh of writ petition no. 9721/05 shall remain stayed till submission of report and for rest petitioner the petition is dismissed.
Petitions are disposed of accordingly.
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