Malkit Singh vs State Of Punjab And Others on 17 August, 2009

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Malkit Singh vs State Of Punjab And Others on 17 August, 2009
             IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT

                                CHANDIGARH


                                      Civil Writ Petition No.12346 of 2009
                                             Date of Decision: 17.08.2009



Malkit Singh
                                                                    Petitioner
                                   Versus

State of Punjab and others

                                                                 Respondents



CORAM:- HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE JASBIR SINGH

Present:     Mr.N.S.Sodhi, Advocate for the petitioner

                          .....

Jasbir Singh, J.(Oral)

By filing this writ petition, the petitioner prays that directions

be issued to respondent Nos.2 and 3 to take legal action, on his

representation dated 30.6.2009. By making that representation, it has been

prayed by the petitioner that ‘non-conviction certificate’ be issued to him.

It is contention of the petitioner that one FIR was recorded

against Ranjit Singh, brother of the petitioner, however, in a very clever

manner, Ranjit Singh has mentioned his name as Malkit Singh. Taking note

of that fact, petitioner was acquitted of the charges by the competent Court

on 12.6.2002. Copy of that order has not been placed on record. Nothing

was said as to whether copy is available or not. Reference has only been

made to some information supplied by the SSP’s office, which the petitioner

has got under the provisions of Right to Information Act, 2005, wherein, in
Civil Writ Petition No.12346 of 2009 2

reply to the application, it is mentioned that case No.212/85 was disposed

of. In view of above no direction can be issued to the respondents.

Otherwise also, if the petitioner wants any proof regarding his acquittal, he

may get a certified copy from the Court’s record, which is easily available.

No case is made out for interference.

Dismissed.

17.08.2009                                 (Jasbir Singh)
gk                                             Judge
 

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