YASWANT SINGH Vs. STATE OF UTTARANCHAL AND OTHERS
HIGH COURT OF UTTARAKHAND
State of Uttaranchal and others
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(1.) None has turned up on behalf of the revisionist even in
the revised call while Mr. P. S. Bohara, Brief Holder for the
State is present.
(2.) This revision has been preferred against the judgment
and order dated 30.01.2003 passed by Chief Judicial Magistrate,
Pauri Garhwal whereby Criminal Case No. 4380 of 2000 titled
as State Vs. Bhagwan Singh and another was ended in
acquittal of Bhagwan Singh and Seera Devi @ Devi
(Respondent no. 2 and 3). They were tried by the learned
Magistrate for the offence under Sections 452, 511, 392, 504, 506
IPC and the learned Magistrate was of the view that there were
no sufficient evidence on record to hold them guilty for the
offence indicated above.
(3.) Feeling dissatisfied, the complainant has preferred this
revision. I have gone through the grounds stated in the memo
of revision and finds that all these grounds have been drafted
in a routine manner and they are all stereotyped. The
impugned judgment rendered by learned Chief Judicial
Magistrate does not have any incongruity or inconsistency. It is
well-reasoned and logical one, passed on the basis of the
evidence recorded by the trial court.;
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