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

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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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