Criminal Appeal No. 521/2020
section 498A, 304B and 302 of Indian Penal Code (IPC)
If we see the judgment, it is very to the point and concise judgment which talks about the facts, issues, submission and then to the judgment directly. But something is missing in the judgment which is the applicability of the law that how the Court has applied the law to the case. As Court has provided its reason for bail and has suspended sentence based on pending appeal still there is a gap which Court can fill as to how a high court or lower Court can improve their way of passing judgment and perform their duty in the right manner. Overall we can say that judgment has provided the appellant with the relief he demanded and has also given him full opportunity to present himself.
Judgment by: Ashok Bhushan, J., and R. Subhash Reddy, J
Hon'ble Court based on the submissions of both the parties and seeing material on record has allowed the appeal. After noting the fact that the appellant is in jail from 15th December 2016 has ordered his release on bail and has suspended the sentence imposed on him.
Court further stated it does not want to go into merits of the case as such because appeal is pending before High Court, which is to be disposed of in the right manner. The Court also opined that the appellant would not leave the country till disposal of the appeal.
Section 34 and 37 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Reservation Act, 2018, Article 200 & 201 of the Constitution