In the case of Paramjit Singh And Anr vs the State of Punjab the respondent filed FIR against the petitioner under Section 306 read with Section 34 IPC, at Police Station Haryana. In the Coram Hon’ble, Mr. Justice Harnaresh Singh Gill dismissed the anticipatory bail petition.
In the year 2011, the respondent and her husband were taken an amount of Rs. 4 lacs from the petitioner. And promise the petitioner that he will send his son abroad, but the promise was not kept and money also not return. After that petitioner and one Jaswinder Singh lodge a complaint to the police in this regard, then the husband of the respondent was called in the police station, but he was not able to prove his innocence. The respondent’s husband had been under a huge debt as a mental stress he committed suicide.
Argument before Court
According to the statement made by petitioners that the husband of the respondent was a habitual offender and many criminal cases had been registered against him. And also state that the respondent was trying to give the false implication that due to mental stress her husband was committed suicide as a result she did not have to pay the due debt. The Respondent contends that the deceased husband makes a note before he dies that for his death petitioner is responsible. Thus, they oppose the prayer for anticipatory bail.
The Court observed that the deceased husband of the respondent was left behind a suicide note specifically named the petitioners and one Jaswinder Singh that they are responsible for his death. And so, on the basis of the suicide note HC observe that the matter is serious in nature and dismiss the anticipatory bail petition.
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