Relying on a previous single judge decision, Punjab High Court held as follows,
Surjit Singh Vs State of Punjab and Anr on 05 Sep 2011
As per Section 468 Cr.P.C., the period of limitation shall be one year if the offence is punishable with punishment for a term not exceeding one year. The punishment for an offence under Section 182 IPC is an imprisonment which may extend to six months or with fine which may extend to 1,000/- rupees or with both. Thus, the calendra could have been presented within one year from the date when the investigating agency had concluded that the averments in the complaint were false. However, in the present case the s has been presented after the period of limitation as envisaged under Section 468 Cr.P.C.