enquiry in case of perjury by a judge in civil case: Bombay High Court 2007

FARAD CONTINUATION SHEET. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY NAGPUR BENCH : NAGPUR. CRIMINAL APPLICATION No.1115/07. APPLICANT: 1. Kenneth Desa s/o Late John Desa, aged about 61 years, Occu:Retired from Service in Railways. 2. Miss. Maud d/o Late John Desa, aged about 70 years, Occu: Household, Both r/o 895, Clarke Town, Nagpur. ..VERSUS.. Read More …

False baseless charges attract perjury: Calcutta High Court 2017

IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION Present : The Hon’ble Justice Indrajit Chatterjee C.R.R. No. 809 of 2015 Arijit Sarkar -vsMonosree Sarkar & Ors. For the Petitioner : Mr. Debasish Roy, Mr. Siladitya Sanyal, Mr. Sandipan Ganguly, Mr. Somopriyo Chowdhury, Mr. Rajiv Lochan Chakraborty, Ms. Vaswati Chakraborty, Mr. Debapratim Guha, Mr. Priyanjit Read More …

perjury complaint to move simultaneously with original complaint Bombay HC

FARAD CONTINUATION SHEET. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY NAGPUR BENCH : NAGPUR. CRIMINAL APPLICATION No.1115/07. APPLICANT: 1. Kenneth Desa s/o Late John Desa, aged about 61 years, Occu:Retired from Service in Railways. 2. Miss. Maud d/o Late John Desa, aged about 70 years, Occu: Household, Both r/o 895, Clarke Town, Nagpur. ..VERSUS.. Read More …

Giving false evidence in fir leads perjury

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY, AURANGABAD BENCH, AURANGABAD CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.  266 OF 2007 Shriram Munjaji Raut, age 55 years, occ. Labour, r/o Shendra, Taluka and District Parbhani …Appellant [Original Witness No.2 in Sessions Case] VERSUS The State of Maharashtra  …Respondent ….. Shri  Joydeep Chatterjee, advocate for appellant (original accused) Smt. Y.M.Kshirsagar, A.P.P.  for respondent/State ….. CORAM  :    SHRIHARI  P.DAVARE, J. DATED   :    14th  March, 2011 ORAL JUDGMENT  :­ 1 This appeal is directed against the judgment and order, dated 29.6.2007, rendered by the learned Sessions Judge, Parbhani, in   Criminal   Miscellaneous   Application   No.   18   of   2007,   thereby punishing the appellant under Section 344 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, for giving false evidence in Sessions Trial No. 8 of 2006, and sentencing him to suffer rigorous imprisonment for three months and to pay fine of Rs.500/­, in default, rigorous imprisonment for seven days. 2 cra266.07 2 The factual matrix, which gave rise for the present appeal, can be summarised as under :­ Pursuant to the complaint lodged by the first informant, namely   Shrirang   Read More …

PERJURY PROCEEDINGS CONTINUED AGAINST WIFE DELHI HC

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI 10 CRL.M.C. 1130/2008 & CRL.M.A.4231/2008 JAGDISH PRASAD ….. Petitioner Through: Mr.R.B. Pandey, Advocate. versus STATE & ORS. ….. Respondents Through: Mr.Jaideep Malik,APP. Mr. R.P. Kaushik, Advocate for Respondent No.2. CORAM: HON’BLE DR. JUSTICE S. MURALIDHAR 1. Whether Reporters of local papers may be allowed to see Read More …