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1. The applicant was arrested on 26.03.2019 in Crime No.
67/2019 of Airport Police Station, Nanded for offences
punishable under Sections 307, 325, 323 read with Section 34 of
the Indian Penal Code.
2. As per F.I.R., the material case is that on 22.03.2019, at
about 8:30 p.m., the injured Mohammed Feroz was proceeding on
his bike along with one Sajeed. When they reached Rauf Colony,
some persons came there on another bike and two of them were
armed with iron rods. They started instigating each other and two
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1. The petitioners are Professors teaching in M.Ed. Faculty in
respondent No. 1- College run by respondent No. 2. The petitioners
claim writ of mandamus to direct respondents No. 1 and 2 to register
them with respondent No. 5 for Centralized Admission Process for
academic year 2019-20 and direction to respondent No. 3 –
University to consider the proposal for closure.
2. Shri. P. S. Dighe h/f Shri. V. R. Dhorde, learned counsel for
respondent No. 1 and 2 submits that, due to shortage of students
seeking admission in the M.Ed. Course, respondents No. 1 and 2 are
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facing financial crunches and are unable to bear the expenses of the
college as well as payment of salaries as per 6 th Pay Commission.
They have submitted a report for closure of M.Ed. Course, which is
not yet forwarded by the University to the Government. The intake
capacity was earlier 100 but it is now reduced to 50. Only six
students took admission in the year 2016-17 for M.Ed. Course
whereas; in 2017-18 there were only 16 students. This shortage of
students is causing financial problems.
1. Heard the learned Advocate Mr. Biradar for the applicant
and Mr. A.S. Shinde, the learned APP for the State.
2. The applicant is accused in Crime No. 35/1991 registered
for offences under sections 420, 465, 471 and 34 of Indian Penal
Code in Gandhi Chowk Police Station, Latur, Dist. Latur.
3. The allegation is that he and other 3 co-accused took
admission in the college by using false, forged and bogus
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documents. The case is pending since long. Three Prosecution
witnesses were examined. Some accused died. Thereafter, the
applicant remained absent and hence non-bailable warrant was
issued against him. He came to be arrested on 4 th April, 2019.
Learned Advocate Mr. Biradar submits that the applicant is already
in jail for one and half month. It is a lesson for him and he shall not
remain absent hereinafter. He also argued that marriage of brother
of the accused is fixed on 23rd May, 2019.
2. Learned counsel for the applicant submits that this
Court vide order dated 18-4-2019 was pleased to grant
interim relief to the applicant, however, the said relief was
vacated by an order dated 2-5-2019 on the ground that
notice of the application could not be issued to the non-
applicant as copy of the criminal application was not
supplied. Now, the learned counsel for the applicant filed
on record copy of the hamdast/receipt at annexure-Z to
show that notice has been issued. Learned counsel
submits that if the order dated 2-5-2019 is not recalled,
the original application for quashing of FIR would be
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(a) The applicant shall not tamper with the
evidence or the prosecution witnesses.
(b) The applicant shall make available himself
before the Investigation Officer as and when required.
Stand over to 6-6-2019.
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Shri Thakre, learned Additional Government
Pleader waives service of notice for the respondent nos. 1
The petitioner was appointed in the year 2014. Her
appointment was also approved by the Education
Department. Now she is claiming that she should be
permitted to appear in the Teachers Eligibility Test-TET
Examination proposed to be held after framing of the
syllabus and the earlier attempts should be ignored, as the
Government Resolution dated 7-2-2019 supersedes the
earlier Government Resolution under which the earlier
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TETs were held.