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Mar 06 1975 (HC)

The State Vs. Khet Singh and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-06-1975

Reported in : 1975WLN(UC)69

..... chhakra, that is, a cart driven by camel. they wet to a village kalvi that night to pay respects to the thakur of kalvi and also to request him to mediate and make t sorts for compromise in respect of a criminal complaint which had been lodged by gordhan against the accused. the thakur of kalvi was not found there as .....

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Aug 12 1975 (HC)

Umrao Vs. SheonaraIn and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-12-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN487

k.d. sharma, j.1. this is an application in revision filed by umrao, herein after referred to as party no. 1, along with his real brothers, kanhi ram, mohar singh, and sube singh, against an order of the sub-divisional magistrate, khetri, dated 12-7-1974, in a proceeding under section 145, crpc whereby the disputed land coverred by khasra nos. 2 measuring 9 bighas 15 biswas, 8 measuring 3 bighas 4 biswas, 19 measuring 4 bighas 10 biswas and 21 measuring 4 bighas 5 biswas and situated in dhani khatoti village sator was attached under s 146, criminal procedure code. 1973, after drawing preliminary order containing the grounds on which the sub divisional magistrate was satisfied that a dispute likely to cause breach of peace exists between the party no. 1 and party no. 2 concerning the land in dispute.2. the relevant facts giving rise to this revision-petition may be briefly stated as follows : the disputed land consists of four khasra numbers measuring 21 bighas and 14 biswas in toto. the land is situated in dhani khaicti village sator and was recorded in the revenue records in the khatedari of bagta deceased. after the death of bagta on 17-2-1965, a mutation order was parsed in respect of this land in favour of his four sons, namely, umrao, mohar singh kanhi ram and hazari on 18-3-1965. the said mutation order was given effect to and the names of the above names four sons of bagta were entered in the column of khatedars in jamabandi records of samvat 2025 to 2029. apart from .....

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Oct 08 1975 (HC)

Bhoorekhan Vs. the State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-08-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN524

m.l. joshi, j.1. the petitioner in this petition under article 226 of the constitution of india seeks an appropriate order, writ or direction for quashing the proceedings of the meeting dated 24th of april, 1975 and further declaring that no no-confidence motion against him was passed in the said meeting and that the respondents be restrained from interfering in the discharge of his duties as sarpanch.2. there is a gram panchayat known as gram panchayat of village kayamser dhandhoori in district jhunjhunu having total strength of twelve members. the petitioner was elected as sarpanch of the panchayat. according to the petitioner the meeting of the said gram panchayat hid been taking place at the village kayamser dhandhoori. a no-confidence motion against be petitioner was delivered to the concerned additional district development officer herein-after to be referred to as the addo with a proposal expressing want of confidence in the petitioner. the said addo by his order dated 7th of april, 1975, appointed the tehsildar jhunjhunu to preside over the meeting to be held in respect of no confidence motion. later on the addo issued a notice fixing the date for consideration of the no confidence motion as 24th of april, 1975, the naib tahsildar jhunjhunu was acting as tahsildar incharge as office of the tahsildar was lying vacant on account of the transfer of the tahsildar. on 24th of april, 1975, the niab tahsildar (tahsildar incharge, jhunjhunu) held the meeting at a place which .....

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Dec 17 1975 (HC)

Daula Ram Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-17-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj149

orderc.m. lodha, j. 1. this writ application involves a short point viz., whether the direction of the government dated 21st november, 1975, (exhibit-3) that all motions for consideration of no-confidence against pramukh, up-pramukh, pradhan, up-pradhan, sarpanch and up-sarpanch be stayed upto 31st december, 1975, due to drives of allotment of house-sites, allotment of agricultural land and other items of 20 points economic programme. 2. the question arises in this manner. the non-petitioner no. 4 shri hardeosingh is pradhan, panchayat samiti, fatehpur, district sikar. a motion of no-confidence by the requisite number of members was moved against him and the collector, sikar, thereupon issued a notice dated 29th october, 1975 (exhibit-1) calling the meeting for consideration of no-confidence motion on 24th november, 1975. however, in pursuance of the government's direction dated 21st november, 1975 (exhibit-3) referred to above, the collector by his order bearing the same date, postponed the consideration of the no-confidence motion and cancelled the notice (exhibit-1) calling the meeting on 24th november, 1975 for consideration of the no-confidence motion. 3. thereupon the petitioner who is one of the signatories to the motion of no-confidence filed the present writ application in this court for issuing an appropriate writ for quashing the orders exhibit-1, exhibit-2 and exhibit-3 and for issuing a direction to the collector, sikar, to convene the meeting for consideration .....

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Apr 09 1975 (HC)

Parmeshwar Sarup Vs. Smt. Madhu

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-09-1975

Reported in : 1975WLN(UC)121

j.p. jain, j.1. by the order dated 19.10.74 under appeal the district judge, jaipur city, deposed of two applications; one filed by parmeshwar sarup, father and other by smt. medhu mother of the minor girl guddu alias gyanwati, under the guardians of wards act 1890. he dismissed the application of the father and appointed smt. madhu as the guardian of the girl in the interest of the minor.2. smt. madhu submitted the application on 2.6.73 and it was registered as no. 93/73; where as the application of parmeshwar sarup was filed on 2.7.73 and registered as no. 87/73. both these petitions were consolidated and tiled together. the admitted facts of the case are that the parties were married at jaipur in november, 61. out of this wedlock three children were born. first son surya sarup was burn in 1963, second son prakash sarup was born in the year 1966 and the girl in question was born on 13.8.1968. both the sons are living with the father, and there is no doubt with regard to their guardianship. for sometime the relationship between the parties were happy with the exception that there were some differences and they deserve no mention. the case of parmeshwar sarup is that guddu alias gyanwati was kidnapped from his house by the stricter of smt madhu with active connivance of their father jagmohan prasad saxena. according to him madhu had alrady left the house. he lodged the report in the police. the girl was produced in the court of the additional munsif magistrate first class no. .....

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Jan 10 1975 (HC)

KulIn Kant and Ibrahim Ali Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-10-1975

Reported in : 1975WLN(UC)16

kan singh, j.1. the two writ petitioner before me raising some common question were called on for hearing together and they can conveniently be disposed of by one judgment.2. i may firston state the facts in kulin kant's case the petitioner kulin kant entered the services of the state of rajasthan on 1-2-51 when he was appointed as a lower division clerk in the erstwhile customs and excise department of the state, he was temporarily promoted as an inspector on 2-3-51 rajasthan on 1.2.51 when . in the year 1959 some posts of assistant salts tax officers were advertised by the rajasthan public service commission vide their advertisement no. 7 of 24-7-59. the petitioner applied for one of such posts and was duly selected as assistant sales tax officer. by their order dated 16-5-60 the government appointed him as assistant sales tax officer on one year's probation. he was to be confirmed on his passing the prescribed departmental test the petitioner passed the departmental test and was eventually confirmed as assistant sales tax officer with effect from 31-5-62. the petitioner, inter alia, made grievance of the date of his confirmation which should have been 31-5-61 instead of 31-5-62. the petitioner claims that he has a clean service record and there was no adverse entry against him. besides the state there were two respondents servashri nandlal and madanmohan joshi. since shri madanmohan joshi had retired. i need not make any further mention of him. shri nandlal, respondent no. .....

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Feb 07 1975 (HC)

Rewat Dan Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-07-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN825

kan singh, j.1. these are two writ petitions by a sarpanch under article 226 of the constitution and as they raise common questions, they were heard together. they can conveniently be disposed of by on judgment.2. on 31-8-70 two orders were passed by the government removing shri rewat dan sarpanch, from the office of the sarpanch of gram panchayat, mathama. in writ petition no. 2027 of 1970, the order of removal is ex. 4 and in the other writ petition it is ex. 8. the orders were passed in consequence of the inquiries held against the sarpanch. i may narrate the facts of the writ petition no. 2027 of 1970 for appreciating the points arising for consideration.3. the petitioner was elected as sarpanch of the gram panchayat, mathura in the year 1960 for the first time. he was again elected as a sarpanch at the next elections held in the year 1965. he states that as he belonged to praja socialist party and as he had contested the assembly elections against a congress candidate, he incurred the displeasure of the ruling party. the panchas of the gram panchayat, according to him, were persuaded to put obstructions in the smooth working of the panchayat. an inquiry was started against his in accordance with rule 21(2) of the rajasthan panchayat and nyaya panchayat (general) rules 1961, hereinafter to be referred as 'the rules', by the sub-divisional officer, phalodi. on 9-2-66 the petitioner had been placed under suspension. the petitioner challenged the order of his suspension in .....

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May 02 1975 (HC)

Madanlal Vs. Panna Lal and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-02-1975

Reported in : 1975WLN(UC)196

j.p. jain, j.1. madan lal defendant has challenged the appellate decree paseed by the civil judge, jhunjhunu, camp sikar dated 20.10.73 by which the suit of the respondents no. 1 and 2 for eviction and arreais of rent has been decreed.2. pannalal and nathumal own the suit shop in the town of fatehpur district sikar. in the suit it was claimed by them that the suit shop was rented out to satya narayan defendant no. 1 at the monthly rent of rs. 60/- for a period of 9 months and a rent note was executed on 13-5-66. according to the plaintiffs the rent was payable in accordance with english calendar month starting from 13-5-66.3. the rent was not paid by the defendant satya narayan and instead he sub-let the shop to madan lal defendant, who is running a barber's business in the suit shop. the plaintiffs determined the tenancy of satya narayan by serving notices on bothh satya narayan and madan lal. on their having failed to surrender the possession of the suit shop, the present suit out of which this appeal has arisen, was instituted on 2-6-67 in the court of munsif, sikar. a deciree for rs. 720/- was claimed an arrears of rent, rs. 40/- by way ot damages for use and occupation of the shop till the institution of the suit. a decree for eviction was also sought along with the prayer that damage a in the sum of rs. 2/- per day for use and occupation of the suit shop be granted from the date of the suit till the delivery of posession of the suit shop.4. satya narayan did not put in .....

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Jul 28 1975 (HC)

Nand Kishore and anr. Vs. Prabhu NaraIn and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-28-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj20; 1975()WLN814

j.p. jain, j. 1. civil suit no. 11 of 1959 filed by prabhu narain respondent no. 1 has been decreed by the civil judge. jaipur city, and upheld by the additional district judge no. 3, jaipur city, (civil appeal no. 48/1970). the first and the second defendants have come in second appeal in this court.2. on 3-1-59 prabhu narain instituted the suit under appeal in the court of civil judge, jaipur city, against nand kishore. his father radha vallabh and four others who are tenants in the suit property. the suit property is a haveli facing north situate in surajpole bazar, chowkari topkhana hazuri. jaipur. this house originally belonged to one har bux who died on 23-9-1949. one govind nara-in obtained a decree against prabhu narain as legal representative of har bux. he got the suit haveli attached in that decree. a claim was put up by nand kishore, who was at that time minor, through his father, radha vallabh under order 21, rule 58, civil p. c. it was claimed that the suit property was in his possession and he was son of deceased har bux. this claim was allowed by the execution court on 15-7-50. the plaintiff then instituted a suit on 14-7-51 under order 21. rule 63, civil p. c. in the court of munsif (east). jaipur seeking declaration that he was the adopted son of har bux, and the suit property was liable to be attached and sold in the decree against him obtained by govind narain this suit was later on found to be under-valued and it was returned to be represented in the .....

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Mar 21 1975 (HC)

Fakira and anr. Vs. Board of Revenue for Rajasthan at Ajmer and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-21-1975

Reported in : AIR1975Raj208; 1975()WLN64

p.n. shinghal, c.j.1. this petition for a writ of certiorari is directed against the appellate judgment ex. f of the board of revenue dated november 8, 1967, by which the petitioners' first appeal has been dismissed on the ground that it had abated on the death of aladin who was one of the co-appellants,2. the suit giving rise to the impugned judgment was instituted in the court of sub-divisional magistrate, ratangarh, for the ejectment of fakira, aladin and ladu as trespassers. it was dismissed by judgment ex. d of the sub-divisional officer dated june 24, 1963. the plaintiffs filed an appeal before the revenue appellate authority. it was alowed by judgment ex. e dated may 14, 1964, and the suit was decreed for ejectment of the defendants from the suit land. all the three defendants fakira, aladin and ladu filed a second appeal to the board of revenue. aladin died on april 15, 1966, during the pendency of the appeal, and his name was struck off from the array of the appellants on an application of appellant fakira. an objection was then raised against the maintainability of the appeal, and the board of revenue dismissed the appeal as aforesaid by its impugned judgment ex. f dated november 8, 1967 holding that ladu, who was admittedly the son of the deceased aladin, was not his sole heir and could not represent his other eight heirs. a review petition was filed against that judgment, but it was dismissed on december 20, 1967, by judgment annexure g and this is why fakira and .....

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