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Jaleshwar Majhi vs State on 6 December, 2017

Crl. Appeal No.1351/2014 Page 1 of 14
Background facts and police investigation
2. The facts of the case are that on 1st June 2012, at around 9.18 am,
Ct. Ravinder Kumar (PW13) received a call from a mobile phone informing
that at Sector-23 Dwarka, Pochanpur Village, near Gulab Dharam Kanta,
one lady was lying in an unconscious condition. PW13 then filled a Police
Control Room („PCR‟) form (Ex. PW13/A). Head Constable („HC‟) Ramjas
(PW16) received a PCR call at around 9.45 am and recorded the same as DD
No.13A (Ex.PW16/A) and received the rukka at 12.10 pm and on that basis
registered the FIR No. 84/12.

3. Sub Inspector („SI‟) Ram Pratap (PW18) attached to PS Dwarka
Sector-23 and Ct. Radhey Shyam (PW12) reached the house where Braham
Prakash Yadav (PW2), who happened to be the landlord, told them that he
had constructed some rooms on his plot for letting out on rent. PW2
informed them that he had let out Room No.2 in his plot to one Jaleshwar
Majhi (the Appellant). In said room, the Appellant was living with his wife
(the deceased) and her daughter for the past one month. PW2 stated that on
1st June 2012, he came to the room at around 9 am to collect the rent but
found the door bolted from outside. A foul smell was emanating from it. On
opening the door, he found that a female who was residing with the
Appellant was lying on the floor wrapped in a quilt. On reaching the spot,
the police found the female dead. It is on this basis that the FIR was
registered.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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