RITA RANI Vs. STATE OF UTTARANCHAL
HIGH COURT OF UTTARAKHAND
STATE OF UTTARANCHAL
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(1.) IN criminal appeal no.160/2005, the appellant Rita Rani
is being represented by Mr. Tapan Singh, Advocate, i/b Mr.
Lokpal Singh, Advocate but there is no representation on
behalf of any other appellants. Since Mr. Tapan Singh is
apprised with the entire facts of the case, so this Court, purely
in the interest of justice, appoints him as amicus curiae for
rest of the appellants, with his consent. Consequently, this
Court has given hearing to Sri Tapan Singh, Advocate,
appearing for all the appellants as well as Sri R.P. Nautiyal,
Deputy Advocate General (Criminal) for the State and perused
the entire material available on record.
(2.) ALL these criminal appeals are being disposed of by this common judgment and order, as they have arisen out of the
The challenge, by way of all these appeals, is to the judgment and order dated 7.10.2003, rendered by the
Additional Sessions Judge/Ist FTC, U.S. Nagar, while
adjudicating the Sessions Trial No.74 of 2000, State Vs. Nasir
and four others, whereby the appellants/accused Nasir, Ikram,
Shakeel and Smt. Rita Rani have been convicted for the
offences of Section 302/34 IPC and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment for life. These all accused have further been;
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