NIRANJAN LAL CHIPA Vs. STATE OF RAJASTHAN
HIGH COURT OF RAJASTHAN (AT: JAIPUR)
Niranjan Lal Chipa
STATE OF RAJASTHAN
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PANKAJ BHANDARI, J. -
(1.) Petitioner has preferred this Criminal Miscellaneous
Petition seeking quashing of F.I.R. No. 0238/2019 dated 11.5.2019 registered at
Police Station Kotwali Dausa Distt. Dausa, Raj. for offence under Sections 420
and 419 of I.P.C. and Sections 15(2) and 15(3) of Indian Medical Council Act,
1956; Section 18(C) of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940.
(2.) It is contended by Counsel for the petitioner that petitioner vide order dated 31.3.1973 issued by Office of the Drugs Inspector & Health Officer, Jaipur,
was permitted to work as R.M.P. He on the directions of the Medical and Health
Department gave his services for eradication of Polio and Malaria etc. and was
given appreciation Certificate by C.M.H.O. from 1996 till 1999. A complaint was
lodged by the Drugs Inspector under Section 27 of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act,
1940. The said complaint was dismissed and judgment was passed in favour of the petitioner on 7.11.1988. An Appeal preferred by the State of Rajasthan
before Rajasthan High Court bearing Criminal Appeal No. 139/1989 was
dismissed on 23.11.2007. Petitioner being a tenant in shop, second set of
litigation was initiated by his landlord and F.I.R. was lodged on 6.9.2011. Police
submitted negative final report on 28.11.2011.
(3.) It is also contended that in the Government Portal dated 19.10.2016 (Annexure-8), petitioner is shown as a competent R.M.P. It is contended that a
notice was given to the petitioner by Block C.M.H.O. on 31.7.2018, aggrieved by
which petitioner preferred a Civil Suit before Civil Judge, Dausa, Rajasthan.
Temporary Injunction Application was decided and parties were directed to
maintain status quo vide order dated 12.10.2018.;
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