Triloki Singh vs The Narcotics Control Bureau on 15 July, 2015

VIPIN SANGHI, J.
1. These appeals are directed against the common judgment dated
23.04.2010 passed by Sh. Sanjiv Jain, Special Judge, NDPS in S.C. No. N-
104/08, convicting Appellant Ashok Kumar and Appellant Triloki Singh for
the offences punishable under Section 20 (b) (ii) C and Section 29 read with

Section 20 (b) (ii) C of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act,
1985 (hereinafter referred as „the Act‟) and the order on sentence dated
23.04.2010, sentencing them to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period
of ten years and to pay fine of Rs. 1,00,000/- and in default thereof, to
undergo simple imprisonment for a period of six months for offence
punishable under Section 20 (b) (ii) C of the Act. Further, they were
sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of ten years and to
pay the fine of Rs. 1,00,000/- and in default thereof, to undergo simple
imprisonment for a period of six months for offence punishable under
Section 29 read with Section 20 (b) (ii) C of the Act. Both the sentences
were directed to run concurrently. The appellants were given the benefit of
Section 428 Cr.P.C.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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