A single judge of Telangana High Court held as follows:
Naresh Kumar Yalla Vs State of Telangana on 21 Jul 20224. When there is a specific direction from this Court to dispose of the matter time bound, it is not known how the case is still pending. However, considering the request of the petitioner, the criminal petition is disposed of with the following directions:-
1) The Court of X Additional Metropolitan Magistrate, Kukatpally, is directed to take up the case in D.V.C.No.61 of 2019 on day-to-day basis and to dispose of the same within a period of one month from the date of receipt of a copy of this order.
2) In case, the case is not disposed of within one month, the Court of X Additional Metropolitan Magistrate, Kukatpally, is directed to submit a report to the Registrar (Judicial) narrating the reasons as to why the case could not be disposed of.
3) The above direction is issued not only basing on the merits of the case, but also as Section 12(5) of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005, clearly mandates that the case has to be disposed of within a period of sixty (60) days from the date of its first hearing.
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