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Apr 24 1950 (HC)

Premraj Vs. the State

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-24-1950

Reported in : AIR1952Raj55

ordertrilochan dutt, j.1. the case, out of which this revision petition has arisen, is pending in the court of the sub-divisional magistrate, banner. a criminal case under sections 379. 414 and 409 was registered on 20th of october 1948 in the court of the said magistrate against the two petitioners, premraj, ramanlal and one bhagirath, on a police report.a list of 36 prosecution witnesses was attached to this police report under section 173 of the criminal procedure code. out of these 36 witnesses, the prosecution was able to examine 27 upto 4th of august 1949, i.e., within 10 months . on 8th of june 1949, the prosecuting inspector presented an application before the magistrate requesting him to issue summons in the name of 14 witnesses. all these witnesses were included in the list of 36 witnesses mentioned above. this application of the prosecuting inspector for issuing summons in the name of 14 witnesses was rejected by the magistrate on 29th of june 1949 but time was granted to the prosecution to bring these 14 witnesses in the court on their own responsibility and examine them on the next hearing. out of these 14 witnesses, 11 were examined till 4th of august 1949 and 3 were given up by the prosecuting inspector and on this date, the magistrate was again requested by the prosecuting inspector to grant time for the examination of a few more witnesses which request was disallowed and the case was kept for framing the charge-sheet. on 6th of august 1949, the charge-sheet .....

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Aug 31 1950 (HC)

Premi Khem Raj Sharma Vs. Chief Secretary

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-31-1950

Reported in : AIR1951Raj113

sharma, j.1. this is an appln by praml khem raj, advocate the editor of 'congress ka khuni itihas', under section 99 b of the cr.p.c. the circumstances giving rise to it are as follows:2. premi khemraj (who will hereinafter be referred to as the author in this judgment) edited a booklet named 'congress ka khuni itihas in the year 1946 & it was published by hindu pustak bhandar, jaipur, in december, 1946. the then govt of jaipur by its order no. 8984/mb, dated 9-7-1948, published in the jaipur gazette dated 1-8-1948, proscribed the said booklet as well as another booklet, punjab men pakistani gundashahi' edited by gulab chand kala, which was also published by hindu pustak bhandar, jaipur. the order runs as follows:''congress ka khuni itihas''punjab men pakistani gundashahi'jaipur, 9-7-1948.whereas the govt of jaipur are satisfied that the circulation within the state of the marginally noted booklet is likely to be prejudicial to communal harmony & consequently to the maintenance of public peace & order in the state, & whereas the govt of jaipur for the aforesaid consideration deem it necessary to prohibit the purchase, transfer, sale, or otherwise possession of the said booklet in the state, it is hereby ordered that under section 99 a, cr. p. c. 1943, the purchase, transfer, sale or otherwise possession of the said booklet is banned with immediate effect in the jaipur state territory, excluding sambhar shamlat area.3. the present application relates only to congress ka khuni .....

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Oct 16 1950 (HC)

State Vs. Jaigovind

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-16-1950

Reported in : AIR1951Raj89

sharma, j.1. this is an appeal by the state under section 417, cr. p. c., against the acquittal of jai govind, accused. he was tried for the abetment of an offence under section 386 and in the alternative under section 411, jaipur penal code, but was acquitted by the ses. j. at jaipur city. the circumstances which led to his prosecution are as under: on 19-8-1949, thakur saheb kushal singhji of geejgarh, hereinafter to be referred to as the thakur sahab, received by post a letter ex. 15, in a cover, ex. 16. the letter was in block capitals and read as follows :'thakur kushal singh,you are hereby given 10 days' time to collect rs. 25,000 in used rs. 10 notes (not serial nos.) bind them in 25 bundles put them in a cardboard box, wrap it securely in paper, tie with strings & seal the knot.on monday, 29th august, take the parcel in your car on the agra road up to mile 4, reach there at 7.15 p.m. go about 300 feet beyond the mile-mark. send your driver back on foot to give the parcel to our agent who will be sitting at the mile mark. our agent must not be spoken with. then drive on towards dausa & do not return for two hours.this is your first & final payment to us. there will be no excuse or escape, if you fail to follow the exact instructions or set a trap for our agent, or have him followed or disclose this communication now or later on, it will result in total destruction of your property & some family members, in addition you will still pay us rs. 25,000 plus expenses or lose .....

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Nov 21 1950 (HC)

Nisar Ahmed Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-21-1950

Reported in : AIR1958Raj65; 1958CriLJ418

bapna, j.1. this is a petition under article 226 of the constitution of india, presented on 12-5-1950. the petitioner nisar ahmad claims that he is a citizen of india inasmuch as he and his family were permanent residents of jodhpur and had certain immovable property consisting of houses and lands in marwar. he alleges that he went to karachi in pakistan on 17-7-1948, to procure 500 cases of scotch whisky for the use of his highness the maharaja of jodhpur, on the occasion of marriage of his sister, but before he could return, the governor-general of india promulgated an ordinance on 19-7-1948 to control the admission into india of persons from west pakistan, (ordinance no. xvii of 1948).under the said ordinance, persons entering into india from west pakistan had to obtain a permit, and while it is alleged, the petitioner wanted to return for permanent residence in india, he was only given permit for temporary residence for three months by the high commissioner for india in pakistan. it is alleged that after return to jodhpur, on 30-7-1948, he made several attempts to obtain a permit for permanent stay in india from the high commissioner for india in pakistan, but none was issued to him. his temporary permit was extended on several occasions but the last extension was to expire on 19-5-1950. it was alleged that the superintendent of police, jodhpur by a letter dated 2-2-1950 had warned him to leave india on pain of prosecution under the influx from west pakistan (control) act .....

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Dec 07 1950 (HC)

Harji Jogaram Vs. Hasti Singh

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-07-1950

Reported in : AIR1951Raj82

orderbharadwaj, j.1. this is an application by the defte., in a suit pending in the court of the munsif city at jodhpur, for revising the order of the learned munsif, by which he placed the burden of an issue on the defts. the suit was brought against them by the non-applicant hasti mal for the recovery of rs. 1076.7 on the basis of a document alleged to have been executed by the defts. on 1-2-1948 in favour of the pltf. the defts. denied the execution, as well as the receipt of the consideration, but made an allegation in their written statement that on 16-12-1947 one madan singh, the brother of pltf., under pretence of giving contracts for preparing sofas, obtained their signatures on two blank papers and that they believe that the 'chitthi' in suit was forged on one of these two blank papers. on 10-4-1950, the learned munsif framed the necessary issues in the case, and placed the burden of proving the execution of the 'chitti' on the pltf. on 2-5-1950, an application was presented by the pltf. for the amendment of issue 1, with the prayer, that the burden should be placed on the defts. and that they should be called upon to prove the fact that their signatures were obtained on two blank papers, and 'chitthi' in suit was prepared on one of them. the learned munsif accepted the application on 5-8-1950, and placed the burden on the defts. framing the following issue:'where the signatures of the defts. obtained by fraud on two blank papers by madan singh, the brother of the .....

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