Hasim Khan @ Asim Ali Khan vs State (Govt. Of Nct Of Delhi) on 23 July, 2018

1. The petitioner impugns order-on-charge dated 15.12.2016 in
FIR No.426/2005, Police Station New Ashok Nagar, whereby, the
Trial Court has held that sufficient material is available on record
which raises grave suspicion against the petitioner that he has
committed an offence under Sections 328/376(2)G/34 IPC and held
that a case for framing of charge under the said sections is made out
against the petitioner.

CRL.REV.P. 185/2017 Page 1 of 3
2. The FIR was registered in the year 2005. Though in the FIR the
prosecutrix names the petitioner, however, in a statement under
Sections 161 and 164 Cr.P.C., the prosecutrix states that she knows
the petitioner, however, the petitioner was not the one who committed
the subject offence and has categorically denied the involvement of
the petitioner in the subject offence and has stated that two unknown
persons had committed an offence on her.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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