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Chandra Pal v. State Of U.P. And Others - WRIT - C No. 73375 of 2005  RD-AH 406 (6 January 2006)
Hon. S. K. Singh, J.
There is no dispute about the fact that this is second writ petition in respect to the same recovery proceedings.
Earlier by order of this Court dated 27.4.2005 petitioner was directed to deposit the required amount in four equal quarterly instalments.
In this writ petition during the course of argument the main grievance as was raised by the petitioner iss that he has not been provided instalment chart and, therefore, he is not in a position to pay the amount. Be as it may, instalment chart has already been filed with the short counter affidavit which has been filed in this writ petition and, therefore, now the petitioner is to comply the order of this Court as was passed in the earlier writ petition.
At this stage so far the fact that a cheque was returned by the bank as that was not accepted, suffice it to say that there appears to be some mistake in the name of the respondent bank and, therefore, that is said to have not been accepted but in any view of the matter now it is directed that respondent bank will accept the entire payable amount by the petitioner by accepting money in two instalments that is 3rd and 4th instalments in terms of the order of this Court dated 27.4.2005.
With the aforesaid observation/direction this writ petition stands disposed of.
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