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Apr 20 2010 (HC)

Gurpiar Singh Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... hospital. senior medical officer dr. gurmail singh mauji submitted an application to the police that by putting abovesaid notice, accused has contravened the provisions of punjab prevention of defacement of property act, 1997. on receipt of application case fir no. 48 dated 20.05.2002 was registered at police station talwandi, district bathinda against the petitioner under ..... any property in public view by writing or marking with ink, chalk ..... section 3 of the punjab prevention of defacement of property act, 1997.by filing the present petition, a prayer has been made that the impugned fir be quashed.section 3 of the act reads as under:3. penalty for defacement of property. - (1) whoever defaces ..... 226 and 227 of the constitution can be invoked seeking appropriate relief or suitable directions.'taking into consideration the alleged act of the petitioner and the fact that for a defacement of the property only maximum sentence of six months is prescribed, a period of more than 8 years is going to elapse, this .....

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Apr 01 2013 (HC)

***** Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... , which read as under: - sr. nature provision of law no 1. defacement of section 399 (1) of the walls/information punjab municipal boards by affixing corporation act, 1976 posters/wall & the punjab painting prevention of (advertisement) defacement of property act, 1997.2. defacement of the punjab informative road prevention of direction sign defacement of boards by affixing property act, 1997 banners.3. dumping of punjab municipal act, garbage on road 1911 (under section side/in parks 154 & 156 ..... ) chapter xv of punjab municipal corporation act, 1976 u/s 282 & 283. cwp no ..... .11961 of 2012 - 14 - 4. damage of side under section 3 of the railing on roads for prevention .....

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May 19 1997 (HC)

Sawaran Singh Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1998CriLJ204

..... only indicates that the sample was not properly taken. his plea is that the sample was not taken as per the. provisions of the act and the rules.8. admittedly, as per provisions of the prevention of food adulteration act in haryana, cow's milk should contain milk fat 4 per cent and milk-solids-not fat 8.5 per cent. in this ..... sentenced him, as stated at the very outset. his appeal was also dismissed.5. the accused-petitioner's learned counsel, relying on chand khan v. state of punjab 1993 (3) rcr 240; state of punjab v. gian chand 1991 (3) rcr 278; lekh raj v. u.t. chandigarh 1990 (1) rcr 479; prem v. state of haryana 1996 (1) rcr 152 ..... and state of punjab v. balwant singh 1992 (2) rcr 57, contended that in this case the complainant has admitted in the cross- examination that the milk was stirred with the measure which the ..... layer of the milk in drum. in that case also the milk was marginally deficient in milk- solids-not fat. hence the accused was acquitted.13. relying on state of punjab v. som nath 1991 (3) rcr 123, wherein observations made in earlier judgment of this court in hans raj v. state of ..... punjab 1980 (2) fac 396, were approved, a single bench of this court in chand khan's case (supra) acquitted the accused. in that case also the milk had more .....

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May 14 2014 (HC)

Argued By:- Ms. Dhivya Jerath Advocate for Vs. Government Food Inspect ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... convicted on 23.4.2002 by the chief judicial magistrate, rewari under section 7 read with section 16(1)(a)(i) of the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954 (for short, the act) for having been found in possession of adulterated milk for sale and was sentenced on 26.4.2002 by the said court to ..... acceptable reason has come forth for this lapse. raising this plea at the time of arguments, learned counsel for the revisionist-accused has cited state of punjab versus raman kumar 1997(4) rcr (criminal) 772 (p&h), wherein it was held that food inspector is required to show by proper evidence that it was practically ..... thus, dr. vinod kumar cannot be said to be a witness interested in success of the case. reference may be made to avtar singh versus state of punjab 1986(2) recent criminal reports 221 (p&h) wherein it was held that a doctor was neither subordinate nor a colleague of the food inspector and ..... of this document crr no.1216 of 2006 -7- circumstance to be construed against the prosecution. the respondent-state has cited pawan kumar vs. state of punjab 2009(2) fac491(p&h) wherein it was held that testimony of government food inspector is not be discarded merely because there was no corroboration of the ..... to be so joined, this fact cannot be construed to be a circumstance against the prosecution. support has been sought from hari chand versus the state of punjab 1986(2) recent criminal reports 399 (p&h) wherein refusal of a person to become a witness was held to be not a yag dutt 2014 .....

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Jan 22 1992 (HC)

State of Punjab Vs. Ramesh Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1992)101PLR508

..... 190(1)(a) makes it necessary that the alleged facts must disclose the commission of an offence.'5. the three cases of division bench particularly relating to prevention of food adulteration act need to be noticed, as they directly or indirectly deal with the question referred to above.6. in state of haryana v. ram dhan, (1983) ..... is also silent on this point. it is a matter of common knowledge that cream accummulates on the top of boiled milk and if the milk is not property stirred when the sample is taken, it is bound to be deficient in essential ingredients. in this view of the matter, the judgment of the acquittal passed ..... jai bhagwan v. state of haryana, (1989)16 cr. l t. 207; har lal v. state of haryana, (1987) 14 cr. l.t.425; kewal krishan v. state of punjab, 1989 (1) r. c. r 1; sant ram v. state of haryana, 1990 (1) r. c. r. 2.11. it may be stated that jagan nath's case ..... it was a matter of common knowledge that the cream accumulates on the top of boiled milk and it would be deficient in essential ingredients.7. in state of punjab v. jagan nath (1986) 13 cr. l. t. 174, after referring to the provisions of section 2(d) and section 190 of the code of criminal ..... on the subject on behalf of the accused, who is respondent in this case, whereas the deputy advocate general appearing on behalf of the appellant, state of punjab has referred to two decisions of the supreme court with respect to the matters which require to be incorporated in the complaint, calling upon the court to take .....

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Dec 11 1963 (HC)

Mela Singh Sohan Mal Vs. the State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1964CriLJ202

..... was 8.2 and not even 8.5 prescribed by item a 11.01.01 contained in appendix b of the punjab prevention of food adulteration rules, 1955, for cow milk in the punjab, and as such the sample milk was adulterated. the accused-petitioner was therefore, rightly convicted by the courts below. ..... and the accused could not be convicted of an offence under sections 7(i) and 16(1)(a)(ii) of the prevention of food adulteration act.item (3) of the schedule to the punjab pure food rules, 1930, provides that mixed milk is deemed to be deficient when the milk fat contents are less ..... to urge that in the absence of any provision regarding mixed milk (cow's and buffalo's) either in the punjab pure food rules, 1930, as amended up to 1952, or the prevention of food adulteration rules, 1955, the accused-petitioner cannot be said to have committed any offence under section 7 read ..... about 3 per cent. the food inspector on the basis of this report lodged a complaint under section 16 of the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954, (hereinafter referred to as the act) and also mentioned therein that the accused had previously been convicted under the same provision of law and sentenced to pay ..... (a) cri lj. 113) which laid down:as the rules framed under the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954, do not lay down any standards regarding mixed milk, therefore, under suction 25(2) of the act of 1954, the relevant part of the punjab pure food rules, 1930, is applicable, and further, that when mixed milk exceeds .....

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Aug 25 2004 (SC)

State of Haryana Vs. Daya Nand

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2004SC4358; JT2004(7)SC205; 2004(7)SCALE221; (2004)7SCC670

..... court as per its order dated 18th february, 1989 found the appellant guilty of an offence punishable under section 16(i)(a)(i) of the prevention of food adulteration act and after hearing the respondent on the quantum of sentence taking into consideration he had no previous conviction and had three small kids to support, awarded ..... 'refused to accept'. on the basis of the investigation made on 25th of august, 1988 a complaint under section 16(i)(a)(i) of the prevention of food adulteration act was filed against the respondent. 6. in the trial, the prosecution examined pw-1 dr.s.p.singh and pw-2 megh nath, the food ..... finding of the trial court and confirmed the conviction and sentence. 8. the respondent, as stated above, preferred a revision against the said orders before the punjab and haryana high court at chandigarh and the high court by the impugned cryptic order dated 22nd of january, 2003 held that in the sample milk, non ..... the minimum prescribed sentence under the act that is to undergo ri for six months and to pay a fine of rs.1000/- in default of payment of fine the accused was directed ..... santosh hegde, j.1. heard learned counsel for the parties.2. leave granted.3. this appeal has been filed against the order of punjab and haryana high court at chandigarh dated 22nd of january, 2003, whereby the high court set aside the judgments of the two courts below .....

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Jan 25 1994 (SC)

T.V. Usman Vs. Food Inspector, Tellicherry Municipality, Tellicherry

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1994SC1818; 1994(1)BLJR728; JT1994(1)SC260; 1994(1)KLT422(SC); 1994(I)OLR(SC)377; 1994(1)SCALE179; (1994)1SCC754; 1994(1)LC365(SC)

..... section 16(1)(a)(i) and (ii) read with section 7(i) and (v) and 2(1a)(a) and (b) of the prevention of food adulteration act. the first-class magistrate acquitted both of them mainly on the ground that rule 7(3) was violated inasmuch as the local health authority received form ..... and ors. v. allasserry mohammed and ors. : 1978crilj925 , hon untwalia, j. speaking for the supreme court and while holding that rule 22 of prevention of food adulteration rules is only directory, held that 'if the object is not frustrated and is squarely and justifiably achieved without any shadow of doubt, ..... immediately' is only meant to convey 'reasonable despatch and promptitude' and no more. the idea is to avoid dilatoriness on the part of officialdom and prevention of unnecessary harassment lo the accused. but the idea is not to penalise the prosecution and to provide a technical defence.xxx xxx xxxour conclusions on ..... often than not, determinative of the very question whether the provision is mandatory or directory. where the design of the statute is the avoidance or prevention of public mischief, but the enforcement of a particular provision literally to its letter will tend to defeat that design the provision must be held to ..... judge of the maharashtra high court held that rule 7(3) is mandatory.8. in om parkash v. the state of punjab 1984 (2) f.a.c. 136, a single judge of punjab and haryana high court, relying upon the judgment of the madras high court in state public prosecutor v. meenakshi achi and .....

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Jan 10 1994 (HC)

Dawasgir Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1995CriLJ357

..... petitioner and a complaint was filed for his prosecution.2. the petitioner was tried for an offence under section 16(1)(a)(i) read with section 7 of the prevention of food adulteration act. the prosecution examined the government food inspector as pw1, dr. naveen sabarwal pw2 and bahadur singh clerk, local health authority narwana pw3.3. in his statement under section ..... reliance in braham dass v. state of himachal pradesh (1988) 2 rec cri 184 : (1988) cri lj 1816 (sc) and also on the case of bachan ram v. state of punjab 1989 (2) rec cri r 151. in case of braham dass, (1988 cri lj 1816) (sc) (supra) the apex court observed (at p. 1818 of cri lj):coming to the ..... served by sending the appellant to jail at this point of time for undergoing the remaining period of sentence, though ordinarily in an anti-social offence punishable under the prevention of food adulteration act the court should take strict view of the such matter.9. keeping in view the above mentioned authority and the circumstances of the present case i am of .....

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Mar 13 2014 (HC)

Civil Revision No.5927 of 1998 Vs. Collector, Rewari and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... to the collector for deciding the question of valuation of market price and stamp duty u/s 47-a of the haryana stamp (prevention of under valuation of instruments) act and rules, 1978 (hereinafter to be referred as the act & relevant rules .).2. the petitioner-vendee refuted the claim of sub-registrar, termed the complaints as baseless and claimed that he had purchased ..... the date of agreement or the date of allotment.(state of rajasthan's case) e). the registering officer shall have no need, normally to suspect the valuation relating to the property valuation, when the state or its instrumentalities themselves have determined the market valuation or when the market valuation is best obtained through competitive bidding (v.n.devadoss's case (sc ..... 4 and the rules of natural justice ..10. again, this court in case the mohali club, mohali, through its president kuldeep singh son of shri roshan singh v. state of punjab and others 2010(4) rcr (civil) 69 has formulated the following legal formalities while determining the market value for the purpose of stamp duty:- arvind kumar sharma 2014.03.18 ..... civil revision no.5927 of 1998 1 in the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh civil revision no.5927 of 1998 date of decision:- 13.3.2014 devi singh ......petitioner versus collector, rewari & anr. .....respondents coram: hon'ble mr. justice mehinder .....

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