Interesting case under CrPC 341 (Appeal on CrPC 340 dismissal) here from District Court of Delhi. It was held that, the administration of justice would not have been affected even though there was concealment of material fact.
From Para 18,
Secondly, it was submitted that in the present case, no interim order was passed by the ld. Trial court in favour of the respondent, believing the averments made in para 1(k) of the application.
From Para 30,
Vikash Gupta vs Deep Mala Gupta on 29 November, 2017
Therefore, in the facts of the present case, the administration of justice with regard to grant of maintenance to the respondent/wife would not have been affected despite there being concealment of facts in para 1(k) of the application filed by the respondent as there was other material on record filed by the respondent in the nature of Hon’ble High Court of Jharkhand’s order dated 04.12.2008, admission made in the rejoinder regarding receipt of subsistence allowance and the evidence by affidavit being there on record admitting claiming of subsistence allowance from the appellant.