Harish Kumar vs State N.C.T. Of Delhi on 26 November, 2015

CRL.A. 603/2002 & CRL.A. 625/2002

1. These appeals are directed against the judgment of conviction and
order of sentence dated 01.06.2002 and 07.06.2002 respectively passed by
the then learned Additional Sessions Judge, New Delhi, in Sessions Case
Crl. Appeal Nos. 603 & 625 of 2002 Page 1 of 13
No. 41/99, by which both the appellants, i.e., Suresh and Harish Kumar,
were held guilty and convicted under Sections 395 and 397 read with
Section 120-B of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (‘IPC’) and sentenced to
undergo rigorous imprisonment for seven years and fine of Rs.5,000/-
each under Section 398 IPC, in default of payment of fine, they shall
further undergo rigorous imprisonment for six months.

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