Vinod vs State on 8 February, 2016

1. Vinod @ Ganja was convicted for offence punishable under Sections
302/34 IPC and 307/34 IPC along with one Aman Verma vide the impugned
judgment dated March 21, 2000 and directed to undergo life imprisonment
for offence punishable under Sections 302/34 IPC and rigorous
imprisonment for a period of seven years and fine of `2,000/- for offence
punishable under Sections 307/34 IPC. During the pendency of the appeal
Aman Verma passed away and thus the appeal filed by him being
Crl.Appeal No.402/2000 stood abated vide order dated March 12, 2010.
2. Pursuant to DD No.16A received on the intervening night of February
15/16, 1992 from Burari Road near RBTB Hospital, Sabzi Market by the
PCR van, the police officials of PS Mukherjee Nagar reached the spot. In

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the meantime, PCR van had already taken Rajender Kalra and his wife
Rashmi Kalra to Hindu Rao Hospital where Rajender Kalra was declared
brought dead. At the spot Inspector Ramesh along with the police officers
found Maruti Car bearing No.DNH-2854 with gunshot marks on the window
pane and blood inside and outside the car. On reaching Hindu Rao Hospital,
MLC of Rajender Kalra declaring him brought dead was collected however,
no statement of Rashmi Kalra his wife could be recorded as she was crying
bitterly and was not in a position to get her statement recorded. The
investigating officer also received an information that one more injured in
the incident, Tanender Tandon was admitted in Sunder Lal Jain Hospital,
thus they went to Sunder Lal Jain Hospital where initially though Tanender
Tandon was declared unfit for statement but subsequently on being declared
fit for statement, his statement was recorded on the basis of which FIR
No.40/1992 under Sections 302/307/34 IPC and Section 27 Arms Act was
registered. From the spot three cartridge cases, blood and blood stained
earth etc. were collected.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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