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Nanak Chand vs The State on 19 November, 2015

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1. Nanak Chand was convicted by the learned Trial court in
connection with FIR No.84/1995 for the offences under Sections
279/304-A of the IPC and was sentenced to undergo RI for 6 months
for the offence under Section 279 IPC and RI for 1 ½ years for offence
under Section 304-A IPC. Both the sentences were directed to run
concurrently vide judgment and order dated 11.03.2005.
2. Nanak Chand preferred an appeal against the aforesaid
judgment and order of conviction and sentence before the Court of the
learned District Judge, New Delhi, in Criminal Appeal No.42/2005.
The Appellate Court, while maintaining the conviction under both the

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counts, modified the sentence imposed for the offence under Section
304-A IPC to 1 year from 1 ½ years. The sentence imposed for
offence under section 279 of the IPC was not interfered with.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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