Shree Sainath Wires Pvt. Ltd. & … vs Pec Limited & Anr. on 20 December, 2016

1. The instant revision petitions, i.e., (1) Crl Rev.P.
745/2015, (2) Crl Rev.P. 141/2016, (3) Crl Rev.P. 142/2016, (4)
Crl Rev.P. 143/2016, (5) Crl Rev.P. 144/2016, (6) Crl Rev.P.
145/2016, (7) Crl Rev.P. 146/2016, (8) Crl Rev.P. 147/2016, (9)
Crl Rev.P. 148/2016, (10) Crl Rev.P. 149/2016, (11) Crl Rev.P.
150/2016, (12) Crl Rev.P. 151/2016, (13) Crl Rev.P. 152/2016,
(14) Crl Rev.P. 153/2016, (15) Crl Rev.P. 154/2016, (16) Crl
Rev.P. 155/2016, (17) Crl Rev.P. 157/2016 and (18) Crl Rev.P.
158/2016, are arising out of the impugned judgment and order
dated 03.11.2015 passed by the Additional Sessions Judge,
Patiala House Courts in Crl Apl No 35/2014 thereby rejecting
the criminal appeal against the judgment and order on sentence
dated 30.05.2014 passed by the Civil Judge-1/MM, New Delhi
District in the following 18 complaint cases, i.e., (1) CC No.
894/2011, (2) CC No. 909/2011, (3) CC No. 899/2011, (4) CC
No. 903/2011, (5) CC No. 910/2011, (6) CC No. 911/2011, (7)
CC No. 906/2011, (8) CC No. 907/2011, (9) CC No. 898/2011,
(10) CC No. 905/2011, (11) CC No. 904/2011, (12) CC No.
157/2013, (13) CC No. 902/2011, (14) CC No. 912/2011, (15)
CC No. 901/2011, (16) CC No. 900/2011, (17) CC No.
908/2011 and (18) CC No. 897/2011, wherein the revisionists in
the above mentioned complaint cases were sentenced to
undergo simple imprisonment for one year for the offence
punishable under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments
Act, 1881 and were liable to pay a fine of Rs. 51 lakhs as

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compensation to the respondent/complainant and in default of
payment the revisionist no.2 Mr. Satpal Jain was directed to
undergo further simple imprisonment for a period of six
months.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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