Sat. Sep 19th, 2020

Sanjay Gupta vs Raj Kumar Bhadula on 15 September, 2015

1 min read

1. Present revision petition has been preferred by the petitioner –

Sanjay Gupta to challenge the legality and correctness of a judgment dated

09.12.2014 of learned Addl. Sessions Judge in Crl.A. No. 34/2012 by which

the judgment and sentence order of learned Metropolitan Magistrate in CC

No. 249/1under Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act were upheld. The

revision petition is contested by the respondent.

2. During the proceedings, the matter was referred to Delhi High

Court Mediation & Conciliation Centre. The matter has been settled there.

Settlement agreement dated 18.02.2015 has been received. Complainant /

respondent present in the Court has informed that the matter has been settled

and he has received the entire payment pursuant to that settlement. He has no

objection to the disposal of the revision petition as settled / compounded.

Source: Indian Kanoon

Leave a Reply