The petitioners am arrayed. as .
C.C.No. 16212008, pending txial fgrum 9_ﬁ’€:11¢é$’ ;§:;.aishab1cF% * V
under sectiezl 104(A) of the Karnata }:a
144, 165 of the Kaxtnataka Fo1r2ét«.I§u3c§’r/’iv
They are seeking a direction 438
2. I have heard thé petitioners and
the learned Addl.
3l. The X ffor petitioners taking me
through t.’%’1::t: ﬁu;i’s:_f’iV1.:’.1f<)1'131at:io11 would submit that
peﬁﬁqinczs '-.:;1Vdt in the first information-; the
section 173(5) Cr.P.C., do not
of petitioners. Thertcforc, there are
3caS@;3ab!t~ to believe that petitioners am not guilty
' " ' ~ . 'eaf offences.
– 2;. The lcamcd Addl. State Public Prosecutor taldng me
x the statement of one Poonacha recorded under
” section 161 Cr.P.C.., would submit that said Poenacha has
stated that petitioners were found cutting bets ates sta:ﬁ3’igg
in the land of one Ganapathi.
5. The petitioners have sough¢;….fo_xf a ” ”
section 438 Cr.P.C.
6. There is no materi§§}'<–..gn 1"ec<$rdV that
petitioners are falseiy implicate§§_¥'V"'F§1e:e mesons to
believe that the above Peenayﬁa a statement
to faisely implicate thevA.pefiﬁoﬁeA1fe. liwegaxti to the
end of oﬁences,
the custevriiéx}. ipetitione1's cannot be denied.
Therefore, "for wider sectioxl 438 Cr.P.C.,
* ….. .. «
V I pass the following»
_"_ ,_ee¢ ORDER
is dismissed. ._