Jitender Batra @ Lucky vs The State ( Nct Of Delhi) on 23 August, 2016

1. The present application has been filed by the petitioners under
Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 for the grant of
anticipatory bail in FIR No.375/2015, under Sections
380/448/34/468/471/120B/411 of the Indian Penal Code, Police
Station Uttam Nagar, New Delhi.

2. The case of the prosecution is that the complainants – Sh. A.G.
Shekhar and Sh. Sukhvinder Singh Saini had purchased a property
bearing No. F-2/13, Mohan Garden, Uttam Nagar, Delhi from one
T.Kanak Raj. Dispute between the parties arose which was settled
before this court and a settlement dated 05.12.2014 was arrived at
between them. It is alleged that on 31.12.2014, when the complainants
visited their property, they found the locks broken and one Praveen
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Yadav and Dalip Yadav were sitting inside the house and when they
tried to enter the property, five-six other persons including the
petitioner and a ldy started abusing them and a complaint in this
regard was lodged with the police. According to settlement, the
possession was handed over to both the complainants. In his
statement, Mr. S. William also stated that he neither signed any sale
deed with the accused persons nor has he appeared before the Sub-
Registrar in regard to execution of any sale deed with the accused
persons. Even the documents showed in favour of Dalip Yadav,
Rajender Chopra etc. did not bear any seal or stamp of notary public
nor they bear any signature or initials.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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