RAGVENDRA SHIKHOLA AND OTHERS Vs. STATE OF UTTARAKHAND AND OTHERS
HIGH COURT OF UTTARAKHAND
Ragvendra Shikhola And Others
State of Uttarakhand and others
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(1.) Mr. Deep Chandra Joshi, learned counsel for the
petitioners has stated that WPCRL No. 549 of 2012 is also
closely interlinked with the petitions mentioned in the daily
cause list, so this Court called the said petition to be linked for
(2.) This order will dispose of all these petitions, as the
same are interlinked together and have arisen out of lodging of
the same First Information Report dated 26.11.2011 pertaining
to crime no. 182 of 2011 under Section 504, 506, 379 IPC.
(3.) Having heard learned counsel for parties, it appears
that some immovable property was purchased by the
petitioners long back but incidentally, possession over the same
was intervened by officer bearers of Rotary Club, so a suit no.
131 of 1992 was filed by Rotary Club asking prohibitory
injunction against all the petitioners in their so called peaceful
possession. A counterclaim was also filed by the petitioners
against Rotary Club and they also prayed for prohibitory
injunction in their own favour against officials of the Club. The
suit was adjudicated on 14.07.2011 and claim & counterclaim
both were dismissed. Consequently, a civil appeal no. 47 of
2011 was filed by the petitioners, which was allowed by the
learned District Judge accepting the counterclaim of petitioners
on 21.11.2011 over the property.;
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