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Kalka Vs. Ranjit Singh and ors. - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
SubjectCriminal
CourtAllahabad
Decided On
Reported inAIR1926All241
AppellantKalka
RespondentRanjit Singh and ors.
Excerpt:
- - , the 7th july 1925. 2. it was clearly the duty of the magistrate to issue a summons to the complainant to appear and show cause as laid down in the last sentence of para..........
Judgment:
ORDER

Daniels, J.

1. In this case Kalka, complainant was ordered to pay. Rs. 50 as compensation to the accused under Section 250, Criminal P.C. Kalka has now applied to ma for revision of this order. The record shows that the Magistrate neglected to call upon the complainant to show cause why he should not pay compensation to the accused. The complainant was absent on the day judgment was pronounced and the order granting the accused compensation was passed on the same day, viz., the 7th July 1925.

2. It was clearly the duty of the Magistrate to issue a summons to the complainant to appear and show cause as laid down in the last sentence of para. 250 (i) of the Criminal P.C., but there is nothing on the file to show that this was done.

3. I consider that the irregularity is a material one and the Magistrate's order was illegal. I recommend that the illegal order ha set aside and that the complainant may be called upon to show cause why compensation should not be paid by him to the accused.


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