Thu. Apr 22nd, 2021

Puran Ram vs State on 16 June, 2017

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1. Vide impugned judgment of 3rd May, 2014, appellant-accused has
been held to be guilty of offences under Sections 392/397/34 IPC and
under Section 27 of Arms Act. Vide order of even date, appellant-accused
has been sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment of seven years with
fine of `5,000/- with default clause for offence under Section 397 IPC
and for offence under Section 27 of Arms Act, he has been directed to
undergo simple imprisonment for three years with fine of `2,000/- with

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default clause.
2. The factual matrix emerging from the impugned judgment is as
“On 29.9.2012 on receipt of DD no.21-A, ASI Shiv Kumar
reached at the spot at Rani Jhansi Road where Ct.
Pradeep along with complainant Sugreev Chaubey met
him and produced two boys including the accused herein
alongwith knife and belongings of complainant. IO took
the articles into possession vide seizure memo and
recorded statement of complainant wherein he stated with
respect to robbery of his bag at the point of knife by
accused and his associate namely Shanu Rehman who is
facing trial in juvenile justice board. After registration of
the case, IO arrested the accused, prepared site plan,
recorded disclosure statement of accused and after
completion of investigation, filed the charge sheet u/S
392/397/34 IPC & Sec. 27/54/59 Arms Act against the
accused in court. Accused Shanu Rehman was found to be
juvenile and therefore separate charge sheet against him
was filed in Juvenile Justice Board.”

Source: Indian Kanoon

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