NIRAT SINGH Vs. STATE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH
HIGH COURT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH
STATE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH
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(1.)By way of present petition filed under S.482 CrPC , prayer has been made on behalf of the petitioner for quashing
and setting aside FIR No. 70, dated 30.6.2018 under Ss. 279 and
337 IPC registered at Police Station Banjar, District Kullu, Himachal Pradesh alongwith consequential proceedings i.e. Case
No. 116/2018 titled State vs. Nirat Singh pending before Judicial
Magistrate 1st Class, Banjar, District Kullu, Himachal Pradesh,
on the basis of compromise, Annexure P-2.
Whether reporters of the Local papers are allowed to see the judgment? .
(2.)Mr. Ashwani Kaundal, Advocate has put in appearance on behalf of respondent No.2/complainant, who
otherwise is present in the Court. Averments contained in the
petition, which is duly supported by an affidavit, reveals that the
FIR sought to be quashed in the instant proceedings, came to be
lodged at the behest of respondent No.2, Jalam Singh, who
alleged that on 30.6.2018, his son Nitish Kumar sustained
injuries on his head after being hit by a motor cycle bearing
registration No. HP-49-2421 being driven by the petitioner. After
completion of investigation, Police presented Challan in the
competent Court of law i.e. learned Judicial Magistrate 1st Class,
Banjar, District Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. However, during
proceedings of the case, parties have resolved to settle their
dispute amicably inter se them, as is evident from compromise,
Annexure P-2. Perusal of the compromise reveals that both,
petitioner and respondent No.2 have settled their dispute
amicably, with the intervention of respectable members of
(3.)Mr. Ashwani Kaundal, learned counsel appearing for the respondent No.2 states that since amicable settlement inter
se petitioner and respondent No.2 has already taken place,
respondent No.2 shall have no objection in case prayer made in
the instant petition is allowed.
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