Faridul Haque Shah Alias Tipu vs The State Of Maharashtra on 2 December, 2019

P.C.

1. Heard learned counsel for the applicant and
learned A.P.P. for the Respondent – State.

2. Applicant is seeking his enlargement on bail in
transferred Crime No. I-68 of 2018 being investigated
by DCB CID Anti Extortion Cell, Mumbai for the alleged
offences punishable under Sections 389, 420, 370(1)of
the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (I.P.C. for short) and

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Section 4, 5 and 6 of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention)
Act, 1956 (P.I.T.A. for short).

Dnyaneshwar Mahadu Burde And Ors vs State Of Maharashtra And Ors on 2 December, 2019

P.C. :-

1. One Bhikaji Baban Burde fled Writ Petition No.4076 of 2015 seeking directions

against the Respondent – Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation to immediately

take action of demolition of the unauthorized construction carried out by

Dnyaneshwar Mahadu Burde and others. According to the Petitioners, the

Corporation despite having issued notice to Dnyaneshwawr Mahadu Burde and

others, as far back as on 27th May, 2014 on the basis of the complaint fled by the

Petitioners on 30th April, 2014, had failed to take any action qua the said unauthorized

construction.

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Vishwanath Jaynath Yadav @ Motha … vs The State Of Maharashtra on 2 December, 2019

PRONOUNCED ON : 02/12/2019

JUDGMENT:(Per B. P. Dharmadhikari)
. The appellants are accused Nos.1 and 2 in Sessions Case

No.33/2009 and 12/2010 decided on 26/4/2012 by Extra Joint Ad-hoc

Additional Sessions Judge, Thane. Both have been convicted under section

302 read with 34 of IPC and sentenced to suffer life imprisonment. They

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are also found guilty under section 324 read with 34 of IPC but no separate

sentence is awarded for it. Both accused persons have been given the

benefit under section 428 of IPC.

Ajit Rajendra Bhagwat And Ors vs The State Of Maharashtra Through … on 2 December, 2019

Mr. B.V. Samant, Asstt. Government Pleader Writ Cell, for
Respondents No. 1, 2 and 4
Mr. Sameer Prabhakar Khedekar, for the Respondent No. 3.

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CORAM : S.C. DHARMADHIKARI &
R.I. CHAGLA JJ.

Reserved on : 07 November 2019
Pronounced on : 02 December 2019

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JUDGMENT : (Per R.I. Chagla J.)

Atikul Habibul Rehman Shaikh And … vs The State Of Maharashtra on 2 December, 2019

PRONOUNCED ON : 02/12/2019

JUDGMENT:(Per B. P. Dharmadhikari)
. The appellants are accused Nos.1 and 2 in Sessions Case

No.33/2009 and 12/2010 decided on 26/4/2012 by Extra Joint Ad-hoc

Additional Sessions Judge, Thane. Both have been convicted under section

302 read with 34 of IPC and sentenced to suffer life imprisonment. They

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are also found guilty under section 324 read with 34 of IPC but no separate

sentence is awarded for it. Both accused persons have been given the

benefit under section 428 of IPC.

Prafulla Mahendra Ghadi vs The State Of Maharashtra on 2 December, 2019

PRONOUNCED DATE : DECEMBER 02, 2019

ORAL JUDGMENT (Per B.P. Dharmadhikari,J.):

Accused no.1 is appellant in Criminal Appeal No.125 of 2013

while accused no.2 has filed Criminal Appeal No.124 of 2013. These appeals

are directed against the judgment and order dated 21/12/2012 delivered by

2nd Additional Sessions Judge, Thane in Sessions Case No. 59 of 2011.

Accused no.1 was at the time of commission of offence aged about 21

years while accused no. 2 was aged about 20 years.

2. They have been sentenced to life imprisonment for committing

offence punishable under section 302, 201 and 379 read with 34 of IPC for

killing deceased Nilesh with the help of a string on 23/10/2010. His body was

then put into a suitcase which was then abandoned with an intention to cause

the evidence to disappear and to screen themselves. A golden chain on his

person is also claimed to have been stolen. Thus both the accused persons

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are convicted under section 302, 201, 379 IPC read with 34 IPC.

Prajakta Shyam Shelar vs The State Of Maharashtra on 2 December, 2019

PRONOUNCED DATE : DECEMBER 02, 2019

ORAL JUDGMENT (Per B.P. Dharmadhikari,J.):

Accused no.1 is appellant in Criminal Appeal No.125 of 2013

while accused no.2 has filed Criminal Appeal No.124 of 2013. These appeals

are directed against the judgment and order dated 21/12/2012 delivered by

2nd Additional Sessions Judge, Thane in Sessions Case No. 59 of 2011.

Accused no.1 was at the time of commission of offence aged about 21

years while accused no. 2 was aged about 20 years.

2. They have been sentenced to life imprisonment for committing

offence punishable under section 302, 201 and 379 read with 34 of IPC for

killing deceased Nilesh with the help of a string on 23/10/2010. His body was

then put into a suitcase which was then abandoned with an intention to cause

the evidence to disappear and to screen themselves. A golden chain on his

person is also claimed to have been stolen. Thus both the accused persons

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are convicted under section 302, 201, 379 IPC read with 34 IPC.

Rajanish Bharat Wagh vs District Rehabilitation Office , … on 2 December, 2019

1] Learned counsel for the Petitioner shall supply a copy of
the Writ Petition to the learned counsel for the Respondents who
appears today. Counter affidavit shall positively be filed within 8
weeks.

2] List the Petition after 8 weeks.

Balaji G.

Panchal
Digitally signed by
Balaji G. Panchal
Date: 2019.12.02
17:42:28 +0530
SMT. BHARATI DANGRE, J CHIEF JUSTICE

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