BALDEV SINGH Vs. SURINDER MOHAN SHARMA
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA (FROM: PUNJAB & HARYANA)
SURINDER MOHAN SHARMA
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S. B. Sinha, J. -
(2.)One Ajay Kumar, said to be a brother of a property dealer, instituted a suit for permanent injunction against the first respondent herein in respect of a House No. HM-14, Phase II, Mohali. The said suit was dismissed as withdrawn on 14th December, 1991. Allegedly, in relation to the said property, the first respondent entered into an agreement to sell dated 23rd June, 1990 with the father of the appellant (since deceased). He expired on 5th January, 1991. The first respondent herein thereafter filed a suit for possession against the aforementioned Ajay Kumar treating him as his tenant and the appellant as the sub-tenant. He also allegedly refused to honour the agreement to sell earlier executed by him in favour of father of the appellant. While deposing in the second suit, the appellant herein made the following statements in cross-examination :
"My first wife is Sarbjit Kaur and my second wife is Paramjit Kaur whenever I have been posted at Chandigarh I have been staying with my wife Paramjit Kaur. She is in service in Director, Cultural Affairs, Punjab, Sector-38, Chandigarh as Librarian. I have two children from Paramjit Kaur."
(3.)Relying on or on the basis thereof, the first respondent herein made complaints to the employers of the appellant and his wife Paramjit Kaur on the ground that they have contracted a second marriage during the lifetime of the first wife of the appellant; whereupon departmental proceedings were initiated both against the appellant as also his wife, Paramjit Kaur.
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