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Apr 12 1967 (HC)

Mithan Lal Vs. the State

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-12-1967

Reported in : 1968CriLJ431

kansingh, j.1. appellant mithanlal who was convicted by the special judge, gangapur, for an offence under section 161, i.p.c. and sentenced to six months' rigorous imprisonment and a fine of rs. 200/- and in default further rigorous imprisonment for three months by his judgment dated the 10th january, 1965, has lodged this appeal.2. accused mithanlal was a patwari in the revenue department and was posted at village senka in the month of july, 1963. it was alleged against him that he demanded a bribe of rs. 100/- fromone kirori mina of santha who wanted to have certified copies of khasra entries in connection with a suit instituted by one mat. sukli in the court of the munsiff, hindaun. hirori paid rs. 50/- to the accused expressing his inability to produce rs. 100/- at the time. he promised to pay the balance on the following day. kirori, however, did not want to pay this amount and accordingly he apprised shri bajpal singh, deputy superintendent of police, anti corruption department, bharatpur, of the bribe that the accused had demanded from him.the deputy superintendent of police then devised a trap and initialed currency notes of the value of bs. 50/- asked kirori to give them to the accused if he demanded them. the numbers of the currency noted were note by the deputy superintendent of police in a list in the presence of motbirs. kirori accompanied by the members of the raid party who remained at some distance then went to the house of the accused. while kirori entered .....

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Dec 21 1967 (HC)

Guru Nanak Transport Co-operative Society Ltd., Ganganagar Vs. Regiona ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-21-1967

Reported in : AIR1968Raj264

orderkan singh, j.1. the petitioner, who is a cooperative society, is a bus operator and by this writ petition it seeks to question the validity of certain permits granted by the regional transport authority, bikaner, in favour of respondents nos. 3 to 10. it went up in appeal to the transport appellate tribunal against the resolution of the regional transport authority, but was unsuccessful and consequently the order of the transport appellate tribunal dated 16-8-67 is also challenged. the relevant facts, as presented in the writ petition are briefly these:2. there is a route known as ganga-nagar-karanpur via arayan which is about 80 kilometres in length. before the impugned resolution of the regional transport authority, there were 8 operators on this route who were having 11 return services. out of the 11 return services, 10 were provided for the whole route and one was provided only between ganpa-nagar and arayan a distance of about 21 miles. by its resolution dated 26/ 27/28th november, 1962, the regional transport authority fixed the limit of 8 permits for the route in question in accordance with section 47 (3) of the motor vehicles act. 1939, hereinafter to be referred as the 'act'. on 11-7-63, one of the 8 operators one randhir singh, applied for renewal of his permit. his application for renewal of the permit was published, but before it could be disposed of, fresh applications for grant of permits were made by respondents no. 3, chamanlal, no. 4 bahadur singh, no. 5 .....

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Aug 01 1967 (HC)

Ramlal Vs. Vishveshwar Nath

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-01-1967

Reported in : AIR1968Raj249

orderjagatnarayan, j.1. this is an election petition under section 80 of the representation of the people act, 1951 challenging the election of vishveshwar nath bhargava-respondent to the lok sabha from the ajmer parliamentary constituency. the petition has been filed by one ramlal, an elector of the constituency. it has been contested the by returned candidate.2. the grounds on which the petition is based appear from the following issues which were framed in the case:1. (a) is the office of pramukh of a zila parishad in rajasthan (1) under the government and is it (2) an office of profit within the meaning of article 102(1)(a) of the constitution? 1. (b) is the amount of rs. 300/- which respondent no. 1 was admittedly entitled to draw as pramukh of zila parishad salary or honorarium or compensatory allowance? 1. (c) did respondent no. 1 not draw the above amount from the second week of january 1967 up to the date of election? if so, what is its effect? 1. (d) is the office exempt above from disqualification under section 3(1) of the parliament (prevention of disqualification) act (no. 10 of 1959), 1959? 2. (a) is section 10(2) of the delimitation commission act, 1962 void on the ground that by delegating its power to the delimitation commission to such an extent the parliament has effected itself? 2. (b) if so, is taking bhim and kurabhalgarh assembly constituencies to ajmer parliamentary constituency void, and the votes polled in these assembly constituencies should be .....

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Dec 08 1967 (HC)

Manak Chand and anr. Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-08-1967

Reported in : 1968CriLJ1386

orderl.s. mehta, j.1. in pushkar, near maliyanka chowk, bari basti, there is 'sthanak' of the (sic)swal community. it is marked towards the (sic)outh in the site-plan ex. p. 1. towards the (sic)orth site-plan there is the house of mst. rame(sic)hari sunar. the plot over which this house (sic)ists was admittedly purchased by mst. rame(sic)hwari from bal krishna brahman of pushkar, on december 9, 1959, for rs. 2,500. this plot is marked m in the said plan. the place of dispute comprises the spot marked cdfg in the plan in between the 'sthanak' and the house of mst. rameshwari. this plot measures 21' 8.' the oswal community contends that the said plot is owned and possessed by it; whereas mst. rameshwari devi claims it to be her property and is included in her sale-deed executed by bal krishna, ex. a. 1, dated december 9, 1959. the oswal community also contends that the lane owned by it was used as a passage for going towards the 'sthanak' through the gate marked y in the plan. mst. rameshwari devi put up a latrine in the land and also a gate at the place marked in the plan. the oswal community further pointed out that mst. rameshwari devi was not legally authorised to block the way and build a latrine. apprehending breach of the peace a complaint was made by the oswal community under section 145, criminal p.c. on 21st december 1961, the station house officer, pushkar, submitted a report to the sub-divisional magistrate, ajmer, wherein it was stated that the 'sthanak' had been .....

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May 12 1967 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) Representing Northern Railway Vs. Firm J.P. Sharm ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-12-1967

Reported in : AIR1968Raj99

kan singh, j.1. this is an appeal under section 39 of the arbitration act and is directed against the judgment and decree of the learned district judge, bikaner, dated 28-10-1963, whereby the learned judge awarded a decree of rs. 4,26,528.90 paise in favour of the respondent and against the appellant on the basis of an award given by shri s.p. lal deputy general manager, northern railway on 12-2-1963 consequent to the dismissal of the objections filed by the appellant against the validity of the award the respondent has also filed a cross-objection and has prayed that interest be awarded on the amount decreed by the district judge from the date of the decree till the realisation of the decretal amount. the main question that arises for consideration is about the validity of the award and we may briefly state the relevant facts as follows:2. the respondent firm was engaged as contractor by the northern railway for the purpose of performing all the work of porterage of goods at the various railway stations and goods-sheds falling in zone no. 2 of the bikaner division of the northern railway. the terms and conditions of the contract were contained in an indenture dated 3-4-1957. the agreement came into force from 1-4-1957 and was terminable on 31-3-1960. there were two schedules a and b appended to the agreement which provided for the rates payable to the plaintiff-respondent for the various jobs to be done by it. according to the schedules the remuneration of the contractor was .....

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Oct 27 1967 (HC)

Lekhram Saini Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-27-1967

Reported in : (1969)ILLJ382Raj

tyagi, j.1. this writ application has been filed by lekhram saini under article 226 of the constitution of india and it arises out of the following circumstances.2. the petitioner at the relevant time, that is, on 11 december 1960. was posted at abu road and he was incharge of the special squad of the travelling ticket examiners (t.t. es.) which was working directly under the chief commercial superintendent. it is alleged that a marriage party of the son of one murarilal, who was a sweet-vendor at abu road station, took 32 down janta express from abu road to delhi, and the petitioner lekhram also took that train for checking purposes along with two other scheduled travelling ticket examiners. the petitioner checked two members of the marriage party at sirohi road who did not hold any tickets but it was found that they had boarded the train after informing the guard and, therefore, the petitioner prepared two excess fare tickets for these persons from abu road to delhi and collected rs. 44.50 from them. at ajmer station the petitioner deposited that collection and he had a mind to drop down there, but, according to his version, he overheard somebody saying that they were joining the marriage party from there but they could not purchase the tickets. this prompted the petitioner to board the train once again for checking purposes and he succeeded to find out at the kishangarh railway station ten persons going without tickets. he charged them and recovered rs. 109.75 from them. .....

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