In this judgment from Hon’ble High Court of Delhi, it was held that if there are no allegations of any offence taking place within the jurisdiction of this Court the falsely instituted IPC 498A/406 case was liable to be quashed.
In addition, it was held that,
At the same time in view of the judgment in Malkiat Singh’s case and further in Bimla Rawal & Ors. Vs. State (NCT of Delhi) & Anr., 2008(1) LRC 391 (Delhi) the challan is returned to the IO so that the same can be presented to the appropriate court in compliance with the provision of Section 170 Cr. P.C.
The cruel begging was rightly given back the ‘katora‘ to beg somewhere else where there is proper jurisdiction.
Manju Dutta Vs The State & Ors. on 29 January, 2013
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