Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Oct-27-2005
Reported in : 2006CriLJ2686; (2006)2GLR1085
..... or creed. this section must be understood as comprehending every person without exception barring such as may be specially exempt from criminal proceedings or punishment thereunder by virtue of the constitution or any statutory provisions or some well-recognized principle of international law, such as foreign sovereigns, ambassadors, diplomatic agents and so forth, accepted in the municipal law. mr. ..... can be held to be in one transaction. it is not possible to enunciate any comprehensive formula of universal application for the purpose of determining whether two or more acts constitute the same transaction. but the circumstances of a given case indicating proximity of time, unity or proximity of place, continuity of action and community of purpose or design are ..... the complaint is filed by the respondent no. 2 with malafide intentions and ulterior motives. he has further submitted that the trial court should have considered that no ingredient to constitute the alleged offences said to have been committed by the petitioners are found in the complaint and since the respondent no. 2 has developed a false story and, therefore, ..... 4386 of 2004 pending in the court of learned chief judicial magistrate, vadodara. 3. it is the case of the petitioners - original accused that they are not citizens of india and they have never resided in india and they are having citizenship of spain for which they are holding necessary passports. the petitioner no. 1 i.e. vinesh bhagwan darianani had come to .....Tag this Judgment!