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Jan 31 1997 (HC)

Munna Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-31-1997

Reported in : 1997CriLJ3095; 1998(1)WLC575; 1997(1)WLN367

..... 406, 420, ipc, which is presently under our consideration, the informant alleged that on november 19, 1994 the three persons named in the fir including the present petitioner, through their mediator, bandoo khan by name, dishonestly and fraudulently obtained rs.10,000/- from her towards alleged outstanding dues on account of rent due upto october 1994 though they had regularly received ..... singh to act accordingly (annexure-5). the receipt dated 28-9-94 evidences that the tenant-informant had paid rs. 10,000/- towards rent payment of her liability to the mediator sri bundoo khan, (annexure-4). annexure 3 is a letter written by the sho to fazlur rehman directing him to appear before the superintendent of police on 19-11 -94 .....

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Sep 30 1997 (HC)

Dheer Singh Vs. Amar Singh and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-30-1997

Reported in : 1998(2)WLC704; 1997(2)WLN492

b.s. chauhan, j.1. the instant writ petition has been filed challenging the order of the board of revenue dated 19.5.88 contained in ex. 5 to the writ petition by which the board has set aside the order of the revenue appellate authority dated 22.9.82 contained in ex. 4 to. the petition.2. the facts giving rise to the petition are that one jeewan singh was the owner of the agricultural land measuring 49 bighas and 9 biswas situated in the revenue estate of village palana district bikaner. his wife had died and he had no issue. jeewan singh adopted the present petitioner, dheer singh when he was 5-6 years of age. the adoption took place on 7.7.1973 and the adoption deed was duly registered on 27.8.73 (ex. 1) and all the formalities which are required under the law for adoption were also completed. petitioner dheer singh started living with jeewan singh after adoption but jeewan singh died on 1st. feb., 1974 leaving behind only survivor minor adopted son dheer singh. respondents no. 1 to 4 alongwith one smt. bal kanwar (whose name was subsequently deleted from the array of respondents vide order dt. 9.9.82) claiming to be the close relatives of said shri jeewan singh moved an application before the gram sarpanch that the land belonging to jeewan singh should be mutated in their names. vide order dated 15.4.74 passed by the village sarpanch, the land belonging to jeewan singh was mutated in the names of respondents no. 1 to 4. the present petitioner dheer singh being aggrieved .....

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Nov 07 1997 (HC)

Mangi Lal and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-07-1997

Reported in : 1998(1)WLC625; 1997(2)WLN609

b.s. chauhan, j.1. the present appeal has been preferred by the appellant under section 18 of the rajasthan high court ordinance 1949, against the judgment and order dated 09.9.1997, passed by the learned single judge in s.b. civil writ petition no. 375/88.2. the land in question originally belonged to the temple, known as 'asan math sthan deva' and by two registered sale deeds, dated 07.2.1962 and 17.6.1964, the land measuring 24 bighas was transferred to one narain singh, predecessor-in-interest of the appellant, by pujari of the temple shri rameshwar puri, predecessor-in-interest of respondent no. 4, for considerations. on the basis of the said sale deeds sarpanch of the village panchayat passed the mutuation orders or 30.1.1963 and 12.12.1964 and since then the appellants claim that they are in physical and actual cultivatory possession over the said land.3. on the complaint of some resident of the village, the district collector made a reference on 08.9.1983 to the board of revenue for cancellation of the said mutations dated 30.1.1963 and 12.12.1964, the said reference order is contained in annex. 1 to the writ petition respondent no. 2 accepted the reference by judgment and order dated 14.3.1986 contained in annex.2, against which applications for clarification and review had also been rejected by the respondent no 2 by orders dated 10.8.1987 and 19.10.1987, contained in annexs. 3 and 4 to the petition respectively.4. being aggrieved and dis-satisfied, the appellants, .....

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Jan 06 1997 (HC)

Sawai Ram Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-06-1997

Reported in : 1997(1)WLN33

b.r. arora, j. 1. these two appeals arise out of the judgment dated 30.1.82 passed by the additional district & sessions judge, rajsamand, by which the learned additional sessions judge convicted appellant sawai ram for the offences under sections 302 and 324 ipc and sentenced him to undergo imprisonment for life and a fine of rs. 100/-and in default of payment of fine further to undergo one month's rigorous imprisonment for the offence under section 302 ipc and one year's rigorous imprisonment and a fine of rs. 100/- and in default of payment of fine further to undergo one month's rigorous imprisonment for the offence under section 324 ipc. accused-appellant lahru was convicted for the offences under sections 302/34 and 323 ipc and was sentenced to undergo imprisonment for life and a fine of rs. 100/- and in default of payment of fine to further undergo one month's rigorous imprisonment for the offence under section 302/34 ipc and three months' rigorous imprisonment and a fine of rs. 100/- and in default of payment of fine further to undergo one month's rigorous imprisonment for the offence under section 323 ipc. since both these appeals arise out of the same judgment and relate to the same incident, they are, therefore, being disposed of by this common judgment.2. appellants sawai ram and lahru, alongwith seven other accused, were tried by the learned additional sessions judge, rajsamand for committing the murder of jai ram in the out-skirts of village khatukada. the case .....

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Feb 06 1997 (HC)

Hari Singh and ors. Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-06-1997

Reported in : 1997(2)WLC749; 1997(1)WLN183

b.j. shethna, j.1. first five matters commencing from 2289/88 to 5237/90 were on board today for hearing. remaining matters filed by mr. bishnoi were not on the board today. however, the common point was involved and all these petitions were arising out of the common order passed by the revenue board, therefore, the rest of the petitions, which were not listed on board today, were called for and decided by this common order. as the main writ petition no. 2289/88 was there on the board, it was heard. it was also agreed by the learned counsel appearing for the parties that the decision rendered in this petition will cover the fate of other petitions.2. it is the case of the petitioners that settlement operations were decided in their favour way back in samvat year 2000 i.e. in the year 1943 a.d. and on 15.9.51 (annex. 1), the assistant record officer passed the order against which objections were filed. after hearing all the concerned persons, the collector decided the matter and ordered the tehsildar to make an entry in revenue record in favour of the petitioners (annex. 2). the same was challenged by the private respondents in appeals before the additional commissioner, who dismissed their appeals by an order dated 15.1.60 (annex. 7). second appeals were also dismissed by the revenue board on 11.6.60 (annex. 8). it was not carried further by the private respondents. after prolonged litigation, the petitioners succeeded in getting the entries made in revenue record by the .....

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Nov 10 1997 (HC)

Bhajan Ram Girdhari Lal and Sons Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-10-1997

Reported in : 1998(2)WLC25; 1997(2)WLN632

b.s. chauhan, j.1. this appeal has been filed under section 18 of the rajasthan high court ordinance, against the judgment and order dated 11.7.1997 passed by the learned single judge by which the writ petition of the appellant challenging notification under section 4 and declaration under section 6 of land acquisition act has been dismissed.2. the factual matrix of the case reveal that a notification under section 4 of the rajasthan land acquisition act, 1953 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') was published in the gazette on 23.12.1983, contained in annx. 5 to this petition, providing for proposed acquisition of the land measuring 296 bighas and 1 biswas, situated in the revenue estate of mauja kesarpur, district pali, for public purpose as the land was needed for rajasthan industrial development & investment corporation (riico). the declaration under section 6 of the act was made on 10.12.1984, providing for acquisition of land measuring 222 bighas and 9 biswas only, including the appellant's land measuring 13 bighas and 5 biswas, as is evident from annx. 6 to the petition.3. the appellant had purchased the land in dispute in 1981 and claims that mutation has been made in his favour but section 9 notice was not issued to the appellant, rather it was served upon the original owner mr. shankar singh on 16.12.1985. the possession of the land was taken after section 6 declaration by resorting to provisions of section 17(1) of the act. the appellant filed the writ petition .....

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Jul 25 1997 (HC)

Asulal and ors. Vs. the Board of Revenue and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-25-1997

Reported in : 1998(1)WLC202; 1997(2)WLN357

b.j. shethna, j.1. the petitioner no. 3 shri mohd. ali s/o shri gafur filed a suit under section 88 and 188 of the rajasthan tenancy act in 1970 for the declaration of khatedari rights for 209 bighas land of khasra no. 216 situated in village gangola on the ground that though the same was cultivated by him for a long time but the khatedari rights of the land were not recorded in his name. suit of 1970 came to be decreed by the assistant collector, banner on 28.4.70 (annex. 1) for 100 bighas instead of 209 bighas and he was declared as khatedar of the land and the defendants were restrained from interfering with the cultivatory possession of mohd. ali. aggrieved by the part of the judgment and decree passed by the assistant collector of declaring him as a khatedar of 100 bighas land instead of 209 bighas, mohd. ali preferred an appeal which was dismissed by the r.a.a. on 31.8.79 (annex. 2). second appeal preferred by mohd. ali before the board of revenue was dismissed on 21.4.86 (annex.3). thereafter the matter was not taken up further by mohd. ali. according to the petitioners no. l and 2, shri asu lal s/o shri rikhab das and bhoor chand s/o rikhab das, mohd. ali sold 50 bighas of land to them somewhere in july, 1981 (annex.7) and the mutation was also effected in their favour in 1982 (annex. 10) and they were conferred khatedari rights also. on 16.1.87, tehsildar, barmer moved an application to the collector stating that mohd. ali was wrongly declared as a khatedar of 100 .....

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Aug 13 1997 (HC)

Raj Bahadur Singh and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-13-1997

Reported in : 1997(2)WLN288

amaresh ku. singh, j.1. heard the learned counsel for the petitioners and the learned public prosecutor.2. this petition under section 482 cr.p.c. is directed against the order dated 25th september, 1996 passed by the learned civil judge (jr. div.) & judicial magistrate, degana in c.r. no. 140/1996, police station, thanwala, by which order the learned magistrate took cognizance of the offences on the basis of the report submitted by the police under sub-section (2) of section 173 cr.p.c.3. the relevant facts are as below:4. one shivraj filed a first information report at police station thanwala alleging therein that agriculture fields bearing khasra no. 323 (measuring 5 bighas), no. 322 (measuring 3.5. bighas and 4 biswa), no. 305 (measuring 15 bighas and 12 biswa), no. 309 (measuring 4 bighas and one biswa), and no. 314/1 (measuring 20.5 bighas and one biswa), and no. 329 (measuring 2.5 bighas) came to his father's possession in a partition, which took place between his father and uncle. the deed of partition was executed on stamp-paper and the same was signed by shri shriram. according to allegations made in the first information report after the partition of the land. punaram developed the dishonest intention and he persuaded complainant's grand father to execute a sale-deed in favour of rajbahadur singh and others. notwithstanding the execution of the sale-deed, the agricultural fields mentioned above continue to remain in possession of the complainant. it was further .....

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Nov 12 1997 (HC)

Balwant Singh Vs. Board of Revenue and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-12-1997

Reported in : 1997(2)WLN636

r.r. yadav, j.1. a unique 'question having far reaching consequences is being raised in the present writ petition by learned counsel mr. govind mathur, appearing on behalf of respondent no. 4. respondent no. 4 has moved an application before this court, supported with an affidavit, stating therein that she is only daughter of late shri jeet singh and she has no brother namely balwant singh. it is alleged in the application that balwant singh who had filed the present writ petition is an imposter and his act tantamount to contaminate and distort the fountain of administration of justice.2. from the material available on record, it is revealed that the petitioner had moved an application under order 1 rule 10, cpc for his impleadment, which was rejected by the sub-divisional officer (revenue), karanpur, district sri ganganagar on 31.7.86, annex. 5 to the writ petition. an appeal was preferred by the petitioner against the order dated 31.7.1986 before the revenue appellate authority, sri ganganagar, which was dismissed on 18.7.1996, annx. 6 to the writ petition.3. aggrieved against the aforesaid two orders annnex. 5 and 6, the petitioner preferred a revision petition before the board of revenue for rajasthan at ajmer, which was also dismissed on 24.9.96, annx. 7 to the writ petition.4. the main grievance of the learned counsel for the petitioner is that it is true that sub divisional officer (revenue), karanpur had directed tehsildar to make enquiry about the identity of .....

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Nov 07 1997 (HC)

Smt. Manjula Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-07-1997

Reported in : 1998(2)WLC546; 1997(2)WLN595

v.k. singhal, j.1. by this writ petition prayer is made that entire proceedings initiated by mr. attah ullah khan, asstt. accounts officer, zila parishad, banswara, respondent no. 2 on the basis of annex. 1 (complaint) be declared illegal and respondents be restrained from declaring the result of the said no confidence motion. the second contention which has been raised by the learned counsel for the petitioner is that notice for no confidence motion is not in the prescribed form.2. earlier, d.b. habeas corpus petition no. 2338/97 was preferred and it was found that panchas were not illegally detained. another question was raised that mr. attah ullah khan was not competent to issue notice for convening the meeting on 24th june, 1997. the court directed that all the questions relating to the meeting of 24th june, 1997 be considered separately.3. the present writ petition thereafter was filed alleging that shri dayanand saini was posted as chief executive officer, zila parishad, banswara and he has handed over the charge to shri attah ullah khan on 2nd june, 1996. shri attah ullah khan is neither r.a.s. officer nor i.a.s. officer is not eligible to be appointed as chief executive officer in terms of section 82(1) of the rajasthan panchayati raj act, 1994. in this matter a complaint was filed against the petitioner to the chief executive officer. thereafter, letter dt. 5.6.1997 was issued by respondent no. 2. in this notice, tehsildar, banswara was nominated to preside the .....

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